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Moisture can be a real problem in a compressed air system.
The air outlet temperature of a compressor/after-cooler package is typically 24 – 50℃ and saturated with water vapor, which results in significant amounts of liquid downstream.
The moisture compressed air system can cause serious problems ranging from products spoilage to equipment malfunction, thus making an air dryer is a critical component in any compressed air system.
Our JDB series compressed air dryer reduces the concentration of water vapor and decreases the pressure dew point of the air to -40℃. (Optional: -73℃)
JDB Compressed air dryers use porous materials (desiccants) to adsorb moisture from the compressed air.
For regeneration, heated ambient air is used instead of expensive purge air to desorb moisture from the regenerating bed No purge loss means DRYER-IN is almost same as DRYER-OUT.