Refrigerated compressed air dryers

SPX's HPR and HPRN non-cycling, refrigerated compressed-air dryers include 19 models with capacities ranging from 10 to 500 scfm.

08/21/2015


SPX's HPR and HPRN non-cycling, refrigerated compressed-air dryers include 19 models with capacities ranging from 10 scfm to 500 scfm. Courtesy: SPXSPX's HPR and HPRN non-cycling, refrigerated compressed-air dryers can dry compressed-air systems to ISO 8573-1 Air Quality Class 4 to 5 pressure dewpoints. The series of refrigerated air dryers include 19 models with capacities ranging from 10 to 500 scfm. Models are designed with a static condenser for efficient operation. Higher-flow models, ranging from 75 to 500 scfm, use demisters/separators that remove condensate across their full-flow range. All of the value series models use CFC-free refrigerant and offer additional filtration for particulates, pressure dew point, and oil applications.

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