Heatless adsorption compressed air dryer DryXtreme NA

heatless adsorption compressed air dryer
heatless adsorption compressed air dryer
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heatless adsorption
Other characteristics

Min.: 0.12 m³/min (4.24 ft³/min)

Max.: 1.06 m³/min (37.43 ft³/min)

Working pressure

Min.: 4 bar (58.02 psi)

Max.: 16 bar (232.06 psi)


Min.: 13 kg (28.7 lb)

Max.: 31 kg (68.3 lb)

Dew point

Min.: -70 °C (-94 °F)

Max.: -40 °C (-40 °F)


The DryXtreme NA adsorption dryers offer dew points from - 40°C to -70°C allowing accurate and efficient operation in many critical applications such as the chemical-pharmaceutical, food, electronic, automotive industries or in external, low temperature installations. All this within a compact and technologically-advanced package. The NA dryers feature two painted extruded aluminium vessels, each equipped with a cartridge containing absorbent material (molecular sieve). The compressed air is dried alternately by the 2 cartridges, which are regenerated via a small part of the air already treated, when the absorbent material becomes saturated with moisture. Benefits Suitable for installations worldwide: the units can operate at any voltage between 100-240 VAC and 12 ÷ 24 Vdc Conformity with all main international Standards Easily removable front panel for easy access for maintenance Advanced electronic control with possibility of connection to energy management systems Dessicant cartridges with integrated post-filter, built-in handle and transparent casing for visual checks of the status of the absorbent material Standard electronic condensate drain valves, managed and controlled by the CPU Extremely compact design Suitable for wall and horizontal mounting


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