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The cycling dryer is designed to deliver the lowest cost solution by focusing on all of the cost contributors. In a typical compressed air dryer, the refrigerant compressor runs continuously regardless of demand. With a cycling dryer, circulating glycol cools the compressed air allowing the refrigerant compressor to turn-off during low demands, to save energy and cost
The cycling dryer is ideal for partial airflow demand, where the compressed air demand on the network goes up and down over time.
These all new dryers deliver consistent high performance along side optimised energy efficiency, increased environmental credentials and a lower total cost of ownership.
They are a step ahead of both the EU and the competition – supporting sustainability with low GWP refrigerants for ISO Class 4 (+3°C PDP) markets.
Compared to previous models, this next-generation of dryers deliver:
Microprocessor control and no-loss Smart Drain increase reliability, while dryer self-regulation, plug-and-play installation and readily available parts make for simple and easy maintenance.
With all the main functions you would expect to control and monitor the unit:
Designed and developed in our laboratories to deliver the highest levels of performance with the lowest pressure drop. The adoption of the new CompAir heat exchanger has enabled the removal of the inlet and outlet headers.
Provides a constant circulation of glycol with the compressor on or off.
Fitted as standard, a sensor is installed directly in the moisture separator and control logic is managed by the main Control Panel.
Please download the brochure under the downloads tab to learn more about how these cycling dryers work.