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Ingersoll Rand helps you to achieve maximum energy savings, while ensuring a continuous supply of dry, high-quality compressed air when you use its D-EC cycling refrigerated dryer. It is designed to help users achieve optimal performance at a lower cost of ownership compared to non-cycling dryers. Its refrigeration system automatically deactivates during periods of low load to reduce energy consumption.
F-Series advanced compressed air filters reduce contamination in your air stream to help protect critical processes and valuable equipment. Rigorously tested and engineered with superior components, F-Series filters will provide years of reliable performance and consistently high quality air.
Heated blower desiccant dryers utilize a high performance centrifugal blower to direct ambient air through a heater and the off-line tower to regenerate desiccant. Although heated blower technology requires the highest initial capital investment, it offers significantly lower operating costs than other desiccant dryer technologies because there is little to no loss of compressed air from the system for regeneration.
HL heatless desiccant dryers use twin desiccant towers with strategically positioned valves to dry compressed air. The simple technology of heatless dryers divert a portion of dried compressed air to an off-line tower. The dry air then flows through and regenerates desiccant. Although operating costs run higher than the heated desiccant dryers, the HL series requires the lowest capital investment.
Heat-of-compression (HOC) dryers feature dual-tower, desiccant design technology with the most energy-efficient design available for oil-free applications. HOC dryers recover heat that is a natural by-product of the compression process to offset virtually all electricity costs other than operating the controller -- the cost of powering a light bulb! The HC Series delivers -40°F (-40°C) pressure dew point air consistently under all load conditions at operating costs well below those of typical desiccant dryer designs.
Developed to maximize uptime and peace of mind, the Helix™ Connected Platform from Ingersoll Rand gives you the power of real-time data monitoring for your compressed air system. Advanced sensor technology inside the compressor sends data on a regular basis to our cloud based platform and is accessible from your PC, tablet or smartphone to give you visibility into machine functionality. Our tiered service offerings allow you to select the level of insights you need to meet your specific operational needs.
Our innovative modular desiccant dryers are compact, fully integrated units that install at point-of-use, so you pay for drying only the air required. They deliver ISO Class 2 dew point performance, with optional ISO Class 1 to help prevent corrosion, minimize production disruptions and losses due to moisture or contamination. And easy on-site maintenance – less than 15 minutes after 12,000-hours of use – gets you back on line quickly.
Non-cycling refrigerated dryers deliver reliability with virtually no maintenance. Each dryer features a refrigeration system and heat exchanger that combines cool compressed air as it passes through it. These dryers integrate a unique combination of components and features that ensure maximum productivity and longest service life at an affordable cost.
Capacity Range: 10-90 m3/min (353-3178 cfm) Pressure Dew Point: 3°C (38°F) ISO Class 4 Cooling Method: Air-cooled Voltage: 230/1/50, 400/3/50 Maximum Pressure: 12 barg (174 psig) Maximum Ambient (air cooled): 46-50°C (115-122°F) Maximum Inlet Temperature: 60°C (140°F) Refrigerant: R-507
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