DHP high-pressure units are used for drying air compressed to a pressure of max 45 bar. They belong to the group of refrigerated air dryers in which the incoming compressed air is initially cooled in a heat exchanger (air-air) and then flows through a heat exchanger (refrigerant-air), where it is further cooled to the required pressure dew point of +3ºC. Moisture from the compressed air is condensed and removed automatically via an electronic condensate drain. In the final stage, the cold air is reheated by the compressed air entering the dryer.
This technology saves energy and protects the compressed air system against moisture condensation upstream the dryer. Condensate precipitated from the compressed air could cause corrosion and accelerate the wear of pipelines and installed equipment, thereby disrupting the production process. The use of a DHP refrigerated air dryer will help to prevent these adverse effects and save the user from additional costs.
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