Micro Heat Regeneration Compressed Air Dryer

Micro-heat regenerative compressed air dryer uses the principle of pressure swing adsorption and regeneration, and uses external electric energy to heat and regenerate compressed air. This micro-heat regenerative compressed air dryer combines the advantages of heatless regenerative dryers and heat regenerative dryers, and reduces the loss of compressed air through external micro-heating, while avoiding the disadvantage of high power consumption of heating regenerative dryers. One adsorption tower absorbs dry, and the other tower extracts a small amount of compressed air from the main pipeline to reduce pressure and heat, and then regenerates with slight heat.

Micro Heat Regeneration Compressed Air Dryer

Micro-heat regenerative compressed air dryer uses the principle of pressure swing adsorption and regeneration and uses external electric energy to heat and regenerate compressed air. This kind of micro heat regenerative compressed air dryer combines the advantages of a heatless regenerative dryer and a heat regenerative dryer, reduces the loss of compressed air through external micro heating, and avoids the disadvantage of high power consumption of a heating regenerative dryer. One adsorption tower absorbs and dries, and the other tower extracts a small amount of compressed air from the main pipeline to lower the pressure and heat and then performs micro-heat regeneration.

Micro-heat regenerative compressed air dryer, through micro-heat heating, the water content is less, which improves the production capacity of the equipment.

Micro Heat Regenerative Compressed Air Dryer Conditions of Use:

1. Installation location: The site is flat, without a foundation, 80cm away from the wall.
2. Installation environment: well ventilated, no dust and oil stains

Micro Heat Regenerative Compressed Air Dryer Working Conditions:

1. Ambient temperature: ≤45°C
2. Heat storage method: electric heating
3. Inlet temperature: ≤40℃
4. Inlet pressure: standard 0.7MPa≤1.2MPa. Intake oil content <0.1PPm

Common Parameters of Micro Heat Regenerative Compressed Air Dryer:

1. Pressure dew point: -40℃~70℃
2. Regeneration wind: 4~6% of rated capacity
3. Adsorption material: active AL203 or molecular layer 13X
4. Control method: automatic control by a single-chip microcomputer program
5. Loss of pressure: ≤0.02MPa
6. Power supply: AC 220V/380V 50Hz
7. Replacement cycle: 1h~4g

Technical Parameters of Micro Heat Regeneration Compressed Air Dryer

Model

Capacity

(m³/min)

Amount of adsorption filling

(kW)Heating power

Air Connection

Dimension(mm)

Weight

L

H

W

KGS

CMNL-001XD

 1.6

25

0.5

G1ʺ

950

460

1390

115

CMNL-002XD

2.5

46

0.5

G1ʺ

1000

510

1390

159

CMNL-003XD

3.8

70

1

G1ʺ

1000

510

1590

270

CMNL-006XD

6.8

136

2

G1 1/2ʺ

1100

670

1720

479

CMNL-008XD

8.5

194

3

G1 1/2ʺ

1100

700

1820

570

CMNL-010XD

10.5

200

5

RC2ʺ

1200

700

1820

640

CMNL-012XD

14.5

240

6

RC2ʺ

1200

700

1820

705

CMNL-015XD

17.5

350

6

DN65

1400

820

2000

856

CMNL-020XD

23

480

6

DN80

1400

820

2280

1105

CMNL-025XD

27

560

12

DN80

1500

870

2380

1430

CMNL-030XD

32

670

12

DN80

1600

920

2380

1615

CMNL-040XD

42

880

18

DN100

1800

1020

2500

1920

CMNL-050XD

55

1150

18

DN100

2000

1160

2900

2625

CMNL-060XD

65

1350

18

DN125

2450

1220

2950

3080

CMNL-080XD

85

1800

24

DN125

2650

1360

2950

3885

CMNL-100XD

110

2300

24

DN125

2900

1500

3050

4290

CMNL-120XD

130

2760

30

DN150

3200

1800

3050

5195

CMNL-150XD

170

3100

36

DN200

3500

1900

3100

7300

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.