Ambient air pumped in
by a compressor always contains water vapour to some degree,
depending on temperature and relative humidity.
When this air is compressed, the volume reduces proportionally,
but all the water vapour content remains. When the temperature
falls to a value where the air becomes saturated, the humidity
starts to condense; this is known as the dew point.
With an effective final refrigeration stage, which causes a
significant lowering of the temperature of the air delivered
by the compressor, around 60-70% of the water content condenses
out. The remaining 30-40% can be eliminated by installing a
A complete range of refrigeration compressed
air dryers covering flow rate from small to very large.
Makes the most of manufacturing
and functional advantages of brazed plate heat exchangers,
which are more suitable for high pressure working conditions.
Two different refrigeration
dryers with integral aftercoolers.
Are dedicated to specific manufacturing
divisions, where it is necessary a compressed air temperature
equal to DewPoint, as injection moulding industry or food
cold pressing process, etc.
Compact heatless dryers with pressure DewPoint
of down -70°C.
Three different ranges with each with four
filtration grades with drain and pressure drop indicator
Airblast aftercoolers supplied with centrifugal
condensate separators to pre-cool compressed air and remove
High efficiency centrifugal separators without
moving parts for condensate removal from compressed air
Timed solenoid, float operated or intelligent
zero loss drains to suit all applications.