Eco-Dry up to 25 cfm TR-5 Heavy Industrial Refrigerated Dryer
Eco-Dry 25 cfm Refrigerated Dryer
Sizing a Dryer
You need to match the volume (cfm - l/min) of the compressor to the flow of the dryer.
Rule of thumb when selecting, you can go bigger, but never smaller, if the air volume is too large, the dryer cannot reduce the air temperature down
Due to there being moisture in the air, there will be moisture in your air system. Heat is generated during compression and to make things simple we can say that the moisture is vapour (steam) when in this state the vapour will bypass to a large degree any filters you put in your system
What we require is condensation to take place by cooling, to some degree, due to tanks being a large surface area, this can happen there, and a simple filter installed, but if the air flow is constant, then another way is required that is more efficient, this is when you require a refrigerant dryer, especially when paint spraying, or running CNCs, this is just like your home fridge, but instead of keeping your food cold, it reduces the air temperature to 3-5 degrees ambient, once the vapour becomes a solid matter i.e. water droplets, it can be removed by a filter
Todays compressed air production process is not only a matter of producing air, but also of confirming with defined purity criteria.
Refrigerant dryers are the right solution to remove condensate and continue efficiency.
Benefits from the Eco-Dry range:
- Longer lifetime of your equipment and distribution network due to less wear
- Better productivity and lower maintenance costs thanks to less breakdowns
- LED Display, dew, alarms, status
- Energy saving with lower pressure drops
- 12 months Warranty
- Inlet - Outlet 3/4 bsp
- Gas R134a
- Digital Display
- 240 volt
- Automatic Drain
- Dew Point 2-10
- Dimensions 48 x 38 x 67 cm