Model(s): DHP5/100, DHP9/100, DHP12/100, DHP24/100, DHP37/100, DHP58/100, DHP5/250, DHP9/250, DHP12/250, DHP24/250, DHP37/250, DHP58/250, DHP5/350, DHP9/350, DHP12/350, DHP24/350, DHP37/350, DHP58/350
(1) at an inlet temperature of 95°F, an inlet pressure of 1450 or 5075 psig (as applicable), and a -40°F outlet dew point. For all other operating conditions contact firstname.lastname@example.org for sizing assistance
(2) per ISO 8573.1:2010
(3) ISO class 2 (-40°F outlet pressure dew point) is provided as standard. -13°F or -67°F outlet pressure dew points are available as an option
(4) 24VDC available as an option
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How It Works
The advanced nano D-Series4 high pressure compressed air dryers use the pressure swing adsorption principle to efficiently dry compressed air.
Incoming wet air passes through a high efficiency coalescing filter which removes particulate and aerosols down to 0.01 micron with greater than 99.9999% efficiency. The air is then directed to one of the two media vessels where water vapor is adsorbed by a two layer desiccant bed. The dry air then passes through the outlet check valve and a 1 micron particulate after filter to remove any media dust it may have collected.
Simultaneously, a small amount of the dry air (approximately 5% of the rated flow) is expanded to atmospheric pressure across an orifice and passed backwards through the off line desiccant bed for regeneration. Regeneration air is exhausted to atmosphere through a silencer.
The entire dryer operation is controlled by the advanced C1 controller which switches the flow from one vessel to the other every 10 minutes or as directed by the optional dew point demand system.
Options & Accessories
• Remote Monitoring System
○ Sends text messages or emails to up to six different mobile devices in the event of an alarm.
• Outlet Pressure Valve
○ Builds up pressure within the dryer during start up to prevent damage from high flow velocities.
• Differential Pressure Alarm Contacts
○ Provides a remote alarm signal for differential pressure across the pre or after filters.