The most efficient method of drying compressed air: when compressed air is cooled near to freezing point, water and oil vapours create condensate. This method of drying is expensive to the end user as it uses energy and creates pressure losses. Because of its energy saving components, the DS series is capable of substantially reducing such costs over the entire lifetime of the compressed air system by combining savings potentials with maximum reliability.
RELIABLE PRESSURE DEW POINT
Due to its generously dimensioned components, the DS series is able to ensure a reliable dew point along with a consistently high compressed air quality as well as a low pressure differential. The generation pressure can therefore be optimised. The DS series dryers are equipped with a pressure dew point indicator.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRESSURE LOSS
All DS series dryers are characterised by their extremely low pressure differential. This means that the generation pressure of upstream compressor can be optimised. Remember each one bar reduction in generation pressure saves around six percent in energy consumption – much more than with any other dryer systems.
All components are time proven and field tested. The intelligent layout of the robust heat exchanger package is engineered to guarantee energy saving operation. A removable canopy ensures easy access for routine inspections.
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANT
The R134a coolant does not have any ozone depleting characteristics. That, in conjunction with the use of recyclable materials and the in-built energy efficiency provides a true environmentally friendly product for the drying of compressed air.
The DS dryers have exceptionally low pressure differentials across the range. Remember each one bar reduction in generation pressure saves around six percent in energy consumption. The DS series therefore realises savings where potentials are highest and at the same time develops further saving potentials that traditional dryers cannot reach.
0,20 – 6,00 m3/min
7 – 212 cfm
Max. operating pressure:
16 bar, 235 psig