Featured ProductFlex Series dryers are designed with 3-in-1 heat exchangers (patent pending) and a phase change material (PCM) encapsulated between refrigeration and compressed air circuits, servicing as a highly effective reservoir for thermal storage. The PCM possesses high latent heat properties which enables it to melt or freeze at a constant temperature. The phase change material stays colder for longer periods of time, cycling the refrigerant compressor less often than conventional energy saving designs.
The HES Series significantly lowers total cost of operation by consuming electrical power (kWh) in direct proportion to real-time demand. Redundancy in critical components offers fault-tolerant operation, delivering optimal system reliability. The HES series offers back-up drying protection presenting alternative drying capability in the presence of component failure.
Refrigerated air dryers work by cooling down the air (like a refrigerator). The warm, wet air enters the dryer, where it is cooled down and all water vapor condenses into water. Once in liquid form, the water is then removed from the compressed air by a water-trap. After that, the cold air is reheated to room temperature. Since a lot of water has condensed into water, the air is now much dryer. In a separate circuit, liquid refrigerant is evaporated in the evaporator, to cool down the warm compressed air. The air is cooled, while the refrigerant gets warmer.