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Desiccant air dryers

Complete range of twin tower desiccant air dryers and rotary drum dryers for all industrial applications

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Protecting your systems and processes

Rotary drum dryers provide the ultimate in energy efficiency, while twin tower dryers supply extremely low dew points

For a broad range of industrial applications

Complete range of desiccant air dryers for a broad variety of industries and applications with dew points from -20 to -70° C

Protect your production

Our patented Elektronikon control and monitoring system takes continuous care of your desiccant air dryers to ensure optimal productivity and efficiency at your site

How a desiccant air dryer works

Wet air passes directly through the desiccant medium which adsorbs the moisture. The desiccant medium has a finite capacity for adsorbing moisture before it must be dried out, or regenerated. To do this, the tower containing saturated desiccant medium is depressurized and the accumulated water is driven off.
How this happens depends on the type of desiccant dryer:

  • Heatless dryers use only compressed air as a purge
  • Blower purge dryers use a combination of air from an external blower, heat and minimal compressed air
  • Heat of compression dryers use the heat of the compression