Refrigerated Compressed Air Dryers
Wet Compressed air undermines efficiency of smallest to the largest pneumatic system. Therefore, moisture removal in compressed air system installation is a must. The drying of Compressed air by Refrigerated Air Dryer is the most economical and reliable process of compressed air treatment. The incoming saturated, moist air is pre-cooled in the Air - to - Air Heat Exchanger by the outgoing dry chilled air. In the process, a greater part of Water Vapour gets condensed into liquid moisture. Further moisture separation takes place in the Freon -to- Air Heat Exchanger where air is chilled to a temperature of +2 Deg. C. and moisture condenses. This temperature is termed as pressure 'Dew Point'. The Moisture Separator removes the condensate by an Automatic Condensate Trap.