|Dimensions||675 x 335 x 280mm|
|End Connection||1/2" BSP|
|Operating Voltage||85 - 265 V 50 / 60 hz 1 Ph|
|Flow Rate||10 cfm|
|Air Inlet Condition||Maximum Fluid Temp. 50 Degree C|
|Cycle Time||4 Minutes|
|Regeneration Volume||12 +/-1%|
|Pressure Dew Point outlet||-20 Degree C|
|Outlet Air Quality Class||ISO 8573 - 2010 (Class 3)|
|Max Working Pressure||16 Bar|
|Pre Filter Rating||0.3|
|Desiccant Media Type||Activated Alumina|
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Principle of Operation A heatless twin tower desiccant dryer operates by removing moisture through adsorption onto a granular desiccant bed from the air supply. As compressed air flows up through a packed bed of desiccant in tower 1, water vapor is adsorbed. Meanwhile tower 2 is rapidly depressurized and dry purge air from the outlet of tower 1 is fed through a purge valve, expanded to near atmospheric pressure, and counter-flowed down through tower 2 to effect the regeneration of its granular desiccant bed. When the desiccant in tower 1 becomes saturated with water vapor the air supply is switched back to tower 2 after it has been re-pressurized and the cycle continues.
As default, all HLD models above 5X are provided with the following options.
Dew Point Stretch Cycle:
It stretches the moisture loading time of the desiccant bed by increasing the drying time. A dew point meter at the outlet with a required dew point setting provides the signal for the stretch cycle. This reduces the purge air in accordance to the air flow and dew point chosen. The purge occurs for the pre-programmed time during this time. Note - Dew point meter not in dryer scope.
It reduces the percentage of regeneration flow based on the front panel setting. It has 4 options 40%, 60%, 80% & 100% purge optimization cycles respectively. The settings correspond to flow or moisture load through the dryer. Separate LED Indicators for Tower Status, Purge Optimizer & Condensate Drain
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