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B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 110 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £3,640.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 110 is a 1" ported 110 Nm3/hr heatless regenerated adsorption unit. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 150 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £3,885.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 150 is a 1" port, 150 Nm3/hr heatless regenerated adsorption unit. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 200 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £4,112.50 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 200 is a 1" port 200 Nm3/hr heatless regenerated adsorption unit. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 250 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G1'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £5,320.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 250 is a 1" port, 260 Nm3/hr flowrate heatless regenerated adsorption unit. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G11/2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 300 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G11/2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £5,848.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 300 is a 11/2" port heatless regenerated adsorption unit with a nominal inlet flow volume of 320 Nm3/hr. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G11/2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 400 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G11/2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £6,405.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 400 is a 1.5" port heatless regenerated adsorption unit with a nominal inlet flow volume of 410 Nm3/hr. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY 600 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G11/2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 600 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G11/2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £7,805.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 600 is a 1.5" port heatless regenerated adsorption unit with a nominal inlet flow volume of 590 Nm3/hr. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY 800 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-DRY 800 Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
Our Price: £8,925.00 Exc VAT

B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
B-DRY Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryers Body G2'' Ports 4-16 Bar
B-Dry 1000 2" Heatless Regenerated Adsorption Dryer
Our Price: £10,395.00 Exc VAT

The B-Dry 1000 is a 2" port 1000 Nm3/hour heatless regenerated adsorption unit. B-DRY adsorption dryers are designed for continuous separation of water vapour from the compressed air thus reducing the pressure dew point. B-DRY series dryer consists of two columns, filled with desiccant beds, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Adsorption takes place under pressure in the first column while the second column regenerates with a portion of already dried compressed air at ambient pressure.
When the first column is saturated to a certain level column switch-over is carried out and the process of adsorption continues in the second column without any drop of pressure at the outlet of the dryer. Regeneration of saturated desiccant is possible because a small portion of already dry compressed air is decompressed and when expanded it becomes extremely dry.
This portion of extremely dry decompressed air also called “purge air” is then fed through the saturated column in the reverse flow direction in order to remove the adsorbed water molecules from the desiccant and release them back to the ambient.


APPLICATIONS
1. compressed air systems
   
 
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