The all new IDFA Air Dryer range is 30% smaller in size, and 40% lighter than the predecessor range.
A refrigerated air dryer is a device for removing water vapor from compressed air.
Cooling ratings of 3-75kW can be attained using the IDFA refrigerated air dryer. The all new IDFA range is 30% smaller in size, and 40% lighter than its predecessor. An increased air flow capacity of 40% is provided based on previous models. Energy saving benefits are attained through the use of a stainless steel heat-exchanger.
The use of electric power is unnecessary in order to power the IDG membrane dryer, this reduces energy costs and is compatible with dew point as low as -60°C.
Dry air can be provided at dew points as low as -50°C by the dryer, offering flow rates of 100 to 975 l/min. They are constructed without a heater and electric control board making them light weight and compact. The built in indicator makes it easy to check the dew point of the dryer. (Not CE marked).
- Low Operating Costs
- No Corrosion
- Constant Dewpoint
- Minimum Space Requirement
- Easy Installation and Maintenance
Employs a heat exchanger made of high corrosion resistant stainless steel.
•State of the art design ensures a constant 3°C pressure dew point.
• Environmentally ozone friendly HFC134a and HFC407C refrigerant.
• Simple control system, incorporating an easy to read evaporator gauge.
• Stainless steel heat exchanger providing long life and low pressure drops.
• Compact design for ease of installation.
• ø10 mm One-touch condensate drain port.
Only access from front side is required to check electrical equipment and dustproof filter.
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Saturated compressed air enters the air-to-air heat exchanger, the incoming air is then precooled by the cold air exiting the dryer. The air then passes through the evaporator, where it is further cooled, to a 3°C dew point. As the air cools, the water condenses from a vapour to a liquid which is removed by the automatic drain.The dry air is then passed back through the air-to-air heat exchanger where it is reheated before leaving the dryer.