High Temperature Frozen Dryer Air Cooled

Through the heat exchange between the refrigerant and the compressed air, the temperature of the compressed air is reduced to a dew point temperature of 2-10°C, and the moisture in the compressed air tends to be saturated, thereby removing the water vapor in the compressed air. Conditions of use: 1. Installation location: The site is flat, without foundation, 80cm away from the wall. 2. Installation environment: well ventilated, free from dust and oil stains. Working Conditions: 1. Ambient Temperature: ≤45℃ 2. Cooling Method: Air Cooling 3…. FOB Price: US $0.5 – 9,999 / Piece Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Piece/Pieces Supply Ability: 10000 Piece/Pieces Per Month Payment Conditions: L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T The following is the introduction of air-cooled high temperature freeze dryer, hoping to help you understand it better.

High-Temperature Frozen Dryer Air Cooled

A high-temperature frozen dryer air-cooled is also known as a heated regenerative air dryer. It is a type of compressed air dryer that removes the moisture from compressed air using a combination of cooling and heating. The dryer uses a refrigeration system to cool the compressed air and remove moisture as in a regular frozen dryer air-cooled. However, it also has a regeneration cycle where heated air is passed through a desiccant material, which dries the material and prepares it for the next drying cycle. This type of dryer is capable of drying compressed air to a maximum dew point of -40°C and is ideal for applications where compressed air is required at high temperatures, such as in a manufacturing process.

Through the heat exchange between the refrigerant and the compressed air, the temperature of the compressed air is reduced to a dew point of 2-10°C, and the moisture in the compressed air tends to be saturated, thereby removing the water vapor in the compressed air.

Conditions of Use:

1. Installation location: The site is flat, without a foundation, 80cm away from the wall.
2. Installation environment: well-ventilated, free from dust and oil stains.

Working Conditions:

1. Ambient temperature: ≤45°C
2. Cooling method: air cooling
3. Inlet temperature: ≤85℃
4. Inlet pressure: standard 0.7MPa≤1.2MPa

Common Parameters:

1. Pressure point pressure: 2°C~10°C (atmospheric dew point -17°C~-23°C)
2. Refrigerant: R-22

Technical Parameter of High-Temperature Frozen Dryer (Air Cooled)

 

Model

 

Capacity

(m³/min)

 

Power

 

Coolant

 

Cooling power

HP

 

Air Connection

Dimensions(mm)

Weight

 

L

 

H

 

W

KGS

CMNGL-10F

1.6

1Φ220V

R22

3/4

G1ʺ

700

760

450

 95

CMNGL-20F

2.8

1

G1ʺ

850

850

450

102

CMNGL-30F

3.8

1 1/2

G1 1/2ʺ

910

890

500

120

CMNGL-40F

4.8

1 1/2

G1 1/2ʺ

910

890

500

160

CMNGL-60F

6.8

1 1/2

G1 1/2ʺ

1000

1070

550

190

CMNGL-80F

8.5

2

G1 1/2ʺ

1000

1070

550

250

CMNGL-100F

11.8

2 1/2

RC2ʺ

1330

1150

580

350

CMNGL-120F

14.5

3 1/2

RC2ʺ

1330

1150

580

380

CMNGL-150F

17

3Φ380V

4

DN65

1480

1300

680

480

CMNGL-200F

23

5

DN80

1580

1350

720

560

CMNGL-250F

28

6

DN80

1580

1350

720

670

CMNGL-300F

34

7 1/2

DN100

2020

1660

1050

870

CMNGL-400F

45

10

DN100

2350

1800

1150

980

CMNGL-500F

55

12

DN100

2450

2000

1180

1350

Oil-Free vs. Oil-Injected

The best air compressor for your facility will depend on your specific application. Oil-free compressed air is critical for many applications where oil contamination can damage production equipment or lead to product deterioration and recalls. These compressors are the perfect solution to ensure your process meets the highest air purity standards. In contrast, oil-injected compressors typically have a more durable design and last longer than oil-free models.

When the choice narrows down to an oil-free air compressor vs. oil-injected alternatives, the following considerations may be essential to helping you find the best fit:

  • Air quality: Oil-free compressors provide the best air quality possible, meaning there is no risk of contaminating your end product or process with oil.
  • Noise levels: While oil-injected compressors typically have higher durability, they often produce more noise than oil-free compressors as a result.
  • Energy usage: Oil-free compressors minimize leaks and energy usage, which can help cut costs on maintenance and your energy bill.
  • Environmental impact: Oil-free air helps ensure better compliance with international regulations for environmental protection.

For applications that do not require the above advantages to increase efficiency or maintain safety, oil injected air compressors may be a more cost-effective option. However, oil-free air compressors are required in situations where the risk of oil contamination is too high, such as food processing or medical services.