Kaeser introduces new DC-HF series of compact desiccant dryers for point of use or other low flow applications from 7 to 40 scfm and pressures from 58 to 218 psig. The heatless, twin tower regenerating dryers are suited for sensitive applications that require pressure dew points from -40°F to -94°F, according to the company.
All DC-HF dryers now include the Eco-Control smart controller with Modbus TCP communications, remote on/off control, maintenance timers and operational displays. DC-HF dryers also feature operating modes that reliably meet required pressure dew points in either a fixed cycle or with the optional demand-based PDP control kit.
With easy installation as floor or optional wall-mounted units, the DC-HF dryers feature aluminum desiccant cartridges, purge solenoid valves and maintenance-free shuttle valves. Coalescing pre-filter and dust collecting after filters are standard and can be installed in multiple configurations to fit tight spaces. Plus, the DC dryers’ snap-on front panel provides quick and easy access to valves, silencers and the controller if needed.
Kaeser desiccant reportedly has uniform, crush-resistant beads that maximize the accessible surface area, increase moisture capture and minimize dusting.