Compressed air dryers

The D-EC Energy-Saving Refrigerated Compressed Air Dryer series are designed for small commercial use and manufacturing applications


The D-EC Energy-Saving Refrigerated Compressed Air Dryer series are designed for small commercial use and manufacturing applications. Courtesy: Ingersoll RandThe D-EC Energy-Saving Refrigerated Compressed Air Dryer series are available in eight models, ranging in capacities from 10 to 125 standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM). The D-EC dryers are ideal for small commercial compressed air users such as machine shops, automotive repair and refinishing businesses and light manufacturing applications. The D-EC cycling dryers incorporate a thermal mass that stores cold energy, providing enhanced operating efficiency over competitive non-cycling products in this range. The thermal mass cools the air flowing through the dryer, allowing the refrigeration system to turn off during periods of low demand without degrading air quality. 

Ingersoll Rand 

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