Adsorption compressed air dryer DAV series
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adsorption compressed air dryer
adsorption compressed air dryer
adsorption compressed air dryer
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Characteristics

Technology
adsorption
Other characteristics
externally heated, large
Capacity

Max.: 121.7 m³/min (4,297.79 ft³/min)

Min.: 7.5 m³/min (264.86 ft³/min)

Working pressure

Max.: 11 bar (159.54 psi)

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Operating temperature

Max.: 30 °C (86 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Weight

Max.: 5,280 kg (11,640.4 lb)

Min.: 730 kg (1,609.4 lb)

Dew point

Max.: -25 °C (-13 °F)

Min.: -70 °C (-94 °F)

Description

Where large volume flows meet particularly high demands on compressed air quality (pharmaceutical, electrical and automotive industries), BOGE adsorption dryers are the technology of choice: while the moisture is bound to the surface of the high‑quality two‑bed desiccant filling in a receiver (adsorption), the other receiver regenerates. During the regeneration process, ambient air is drawn from the bottom to the top of the receiver over the desiccant bed via a heater and the stored moisture is discharged to the outside. So no purge air needs to be removed from the already dried process air. As a result, the DAV dryers consume up to 25% less energy compared to heatless systems. Product Adsorption dryers, external heated regeneration and vacuum cooling advantages Intelligent control system Minimal pressure losses Service-friendly Thermal insulation Zero purge system

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BrauBeviale 2023
BrauBeviale 2023

28-30 Nov 2023 Nuremberg (Germany) Hall 4 - Stand 538

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