Jiayu Compressed Air Dryer
Jiayu heatless dryer and heated dryer– all use twin desiccant towers and strategically positioned valves to dry the compressed air. Whether using a heatless or heated , the compressed air produced is thoroughly dried as it is directed through the on-line desiccant-filled tower of the dryer. As the desiccant in this tower adsorbs moisture from the air, the desiccant in the dryer’s off-line tower is purged of moisture and readied for use. The basic difference in the two technologies is the manner in which moisture is desorbed from the desiccant, also known as regeneration.
Designed for Reliability
Our easy access design places key maintenance points at operator level for faster servicing and less downtime. The lower silhouette also allows upright shipment and facilitates installation. Extremely low silhouette…manifolds and valves within an arm’s reach of the operator…readily accessible fill and drain ports…just a few of the differences apparent on the outside. Both externally and internally, each model combines innovative engineering and technically advanced, highly durable components to provide easy installation, operation, maintenance, and simply the most reliable desiccant dryers available. Easy to Maintain High-Performance Valves. With manifolds angled toward the center at the operator level, the valves are easily accessed for maintenance. A typical diaphragm valve in a heatless dryer can be rebuilt in less than ten minutes, without removing the valve from the manifold.
Selecting An Jiayu Desiccant Dryer
The advanced microprocessor controller maintains dryer performance at optimum levels. It constantly monitors dryer functions and provides an alert when maintenance is required so downtime is minimal. Each Jiayu desiccant dryer incorporates high-strength desiccant and durable, easily maintained valves for unsurpassed reliability, performance and customer value.
Heatless Air Dryers
Simplest of the two technologies, the heatless dryer diverts a portion of the dried compressed air to the off-line tower. This dry air then flows through and regenerates the desiccant. The purge air, now moisture laden, is harmlessly exhausted through a muffler to the atmosphere. Lowest in capital investment, this technology may be more expensive to operate because it requires a portion of the dried compressed air to be diverted from the air system for desiccant regeneration.
Heatless Air Dryers Technical Parameters
Gas volume: 0.3-1000Nm3/min
Dew point: -40 °C ~-50 °C
Working pressure: 0.4-6.0Mpa
Inlet temperature: ≤45 °C
Intake oil content: ≤0.1mg/m3
Pressure loss: 0.02Mpa
Regeneration gas consumption rate: ≤12%
Inlet pressure: ≥0.3Mpa
Power consumption: AC220V, 60W
Working environment: indoor
Heated Air Dryers
These dryers operate similarly to heatless dryers, with a big exception. Dried air diverted from the air system is first passed through a high-efficiency external heater before entering the off-line tower to regenerate the desiccant. Since this heated air can hold considerably more moisture than unheated air, only about half the amount of dried compressed air is needed for regeneration. Although the addition of the heater and associated components raises the initial capital investment for a heated dryer, less diverted compressed air means lower operating costs.
Heated Dryer Technical Parameters
Gas volume: 1-1000Nm3/min
Inlet temperature: 110°C-150°C
Regeneration gas consumption rate: ≤ 1%
Dew point: -50 °C~-70 °C
Pressure drop: 0.03Mpa
Working environment: indoor
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