Cycling air dryers cut costs

HeatSink cycling, refrigerated dryers consume only the energy required to dry the compressed air a plant actually uses.
By Staff July 1, 1999

HeatSink cycling, refrigerated dryers consume only the energy required to dry the compressed air a plant actually uses. A patented process saves energy by using excess cooling capacity to cool a cold storage thermal mass fluid located within an insulated reservoir. When the reservoir reaches the lower limit cooling temperature, the refrigerant compressor turns off. Dryers are available in capacities from 10-2400 cfm at 38-F dew point.

Zeks Air Drier Corp.

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