Refrigerated compressed air dryer DC 1000 + 1175 AES / DV 1260 – 2000 AB / DV 1260 – 2000 AVS

refrigerated compressed air dryer
refrigerated compressed air dryer
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Other characteristics
compact, air-cooled, water-cooled

Max.: 33 m³/min (1,165.38 ft³/min)

Min.: 16.5 m³/min (582.69 ft³/min)


These refrigeration dryers operated with 400 volt three-phase current are designed as stand-alone units for larger compressed air systems and are available in an air-cooled as well as a water-cooled version. The compact system ensures high efficiency drying of compressed air and fully automatic condensate drainage with no pressure loss. The DC dryers are highly energy-efficient. The robust metal housing accommodates an aluminum heat exchanger consisting of air-to-air and refrigerant-to-air heat exchangers as well as a level-controlled condensate drain system. The microprocessor control with display helps with monitoring and offers numerous possibilities for custom adjustment. Three variants are available: DC 1000 + 1175 AES with dew point-dependent energy saving control DV 1260 – 2000 AB with hot gas bypass control DV 1260 – 2000 AVS with variable speed control Technical specifications Capacity: 16.50 – 33.0 m³/min Power consumption: 1.85 – 3.9 kW Advantages Low space requirement due to compact size Durable and corrosion-resistant thanks to robust design and aluminum heat exchanger Effective drying due to two integrated heat exchanger systems Energy efficient due to pre-cooling or drying in air-to-air heat exchanger Reliable refrigeration compression and low-noise operation including scroll compressor in the cooling circuit Easy to maintain Optimum monitoring and control via microprocessor controller with display Fully automatic steam trap with electronic level control for condensate discharge


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