Air treatment products

Refrigerated and desiccant regenerative dryers and filters

04/24/2012


Depending on the application and dew point requirements refrigerated and desiccant regenerative types are available. Refrigerated dryers are available in four different configurations, including non-cycling models, digital cycling models, cycling models, and high temperature models. Desiccant regenerative dryers, ideally suited for outdoor compressed air piping or operations that require dew points as low as -40°F (optional -100°F), are available in four different configurations: modular, heatless, externally heated, and blower purge. Filters, which are designed to protect plant equipment and processes while improving product quality and for applications, cover a wide range of uses from general purpose to the most critical levels of food and pharmaceuticals.

Sullair Corporation 

www.sullair.com



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