(6) Pneumatech regenerative mini heatless air dryers can provide you with clean, dry air to extend the life of your equipment and products. With a state of the art design, they provide trouble-free operation, with very little maintenance. As with all of our products, Pneumatech dryers are built to last, offering proven reliability for maximum peace of mind.
Oil will contaminate the adsorbent material, making it ineffective for water vapor removal. A Pneumatech oil coalescing pre-filter must be installed with the dryer. A Pneumatech particulate after-filter is also required for proper particulate and desiccant dust removal.
(17) Clean, dry compressed air is vital to your busy production environment. If left untreated, compressed air can damage your system and end product. Incorporating high-quality components and energy-saving options, Pneumatech’s regenerative air dryers can provide you with clean, dry air to extend the life of your equipment and products. With decades of knowledge and in-house expertise, Pneumatech provides a wide range of high performance solutions to meet any standard or custom package application.
(21) With distinctive, patented technological innovation and extra energy-saving options, Pneumatech’s heated desiccant dryers provide clean, dry air needed to expand the life of your equipment and ensure the quality of your end product.
Uninterrupted supply of dry air
Superior energy efficiency
Advanced Control & Monitoring Solutions
As with all of our products, Pneumatech heated desiccant dryers are built to last, offering proven reliability for maximum peace of mind. With decades of knowledge and in-house expertise, Pneumatech can provide a wide range of high performance solutions to meet any standard or custom package application.
(10) Industry leaders in consistent and measurable energy savings
State-of-the-Art Energy Efficiency
When air exits the compressor, it has been heated to temperatures as high as 400ºF. In a more conventional system, this air is cooled and moisture is removed by an after cooler and separator where approximately 2/3 of the total moisture is removed. The air then enters a dryer to remove the remaining moisture to obtain the desired dew point. Typically, in a conventional system the dryer is purged with dried compressed air or with a combination of dried compressed air and electrically generated heat.
In a Heat of Compression dryer system, the 400ºF air exiting the compressor enters the dryer directly in ...