Why use a refrigerated dryer on your compressed air system?
If you have problems with moisture in your compressed air line you will require a refrigerated dryer.
Humidity is a component of atmospheric air, which can be found in the compressed air distribution systems and the machines that use the compressed air in the form of condensate and/or vapour.
If left untreated the humidity found in compressed air in the form of vapour, will follow the air flow all the way to the final product.
When it then cools, a part of this humidity present in the compressed air condenses to form water and over time causes serious damage to the distribution network, the machines using the compressed air and the final product.
Key Benefits of using a refrigerated dryer
Our range of ABAC Refrigerated Dryers
We have refrigerated dryers to suit all sizes of compressed air systems for all applications.Sizing the correct refrigeration dryer is paramount to achieving a constant dewpoint and to eliminate any harmful condensate in the compressed air.
Whilst there can be many factors which need to be considered, if you run a standard industrial screw or piston compressor in normal conditions the easiest way to size a dryer is to match or slightly exceed the output of the compressor. For applications where the working conditions may be out of the ordinary, ie a very hot or cold environment it is always best to call to discuss the specific requirements of the application.
If you are unsure of the output of your compressor please contact us with the model number and we can calculate the output and size a dryer accordingly.
Key benefits of an ABAC refrigerated dryer