Blower Purge Desiccant Compressed Air Dryer – Series IBP

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Blower Purge Desiccant Compressed Air Dryer

For decades, compressed air users have relied on Air Technologies® to design and engineer energy efficient compressed air systems. Now with the engineering specialists of Pneumatic Products, Air Technologies® offers a compressed air dryer and filtration systems series  that reduces the cost of operation and improves the reliability of air driven processes.

The guarantee that comes from Pneumatic Products superior state-of-the-art components yields the most energy efficient and reliable dryer in today’s competitive market.

Features

  • Designed for your desired dewpoint
  • Operates continuously at maximum rated flow (100% duty cycle)
  • Operates at CAGI ADF 200 inlet standards of 100 degrees F inlet temperature
  • Operates at 100% relative humidity at 100 psig

Image your filtered compressed air entering on-line desiccant-filled, drying Tower 1 through valve (A). Up-flow drying enables the desiccant to strip moisture from the air stream. Your clean, dry compressed air exits through (E) to feed the air system. Tower 2 (shown in regeneration mode) valve (B) closed, depressurizes to atmosphere through muffler (C). Valves (D&F) open and the heater turns on. The high-efficiency blower draws ambient air and feeds it through the heater. The ambient air stream passes through valve (F) and flows downward through the moist desiccant in Tower 2, collecting water vapor before exiting valve (D). Once the desiccant is fully desorbed, the heater turns off. Valve (D) closes and Tower 2 is repressurized. At a fixed time interval, valve (B) will open and Tower 2 will be placed on-line to dry the air stream and valve (A) will close. Operations will switch and Tower 1 will be regenerated.

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