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  • CASE STUDY - 360 Degree Drying
    Halo will effectively dry smaller kegs running on the same line. Paxton air nozzles have enough thrust to dry a target up to 18 inches away from the nozzle. The Air Halo was coupled with an AT-1200 high efficiency blower, that uses 80% less energy than a compressed air drying system. The system
  • Filters for Compressed Air Dryers (.pdf)
    , and for process operations. The compressed air drying process includes many equipment components including filters. Their performance has an affect on the degree of dryness and cleanliness of the compressed air.
  • Drying Compressed Air Guide (.pdf)
    Any user of compressed air will, at some point, see liquid water appearing in the air distribution system. This can be anything from a nuisance to a serious problem, depending on the application. Getting the water out of the compressed air depends on understanding where it came from and what
  • Compressed Air Versus Blowers -The Real Truth
    when the item is there to be dried. A blower-. operated system on the other hand, is constantly running. If the requirement for drying is. Intermittent, it may actually use more energy than a compressed air system. The blower systems are. typically constant running systems. Also, there is a lower
  • Design Principles of Heated Compressed Air Dryers
    reaches break through. TSA systems designed for drying compressed air, commonly referred to as heated regenerative dryers, fall into a wide range of designs and usually have only two adsorber vessels.   Proper dryer design selection is dependent on the source and application of reconditioning
  • Keep Your Compressed Air High and Dry
    suitable for protecting air receivers and distribution piping. The size of piping should be considered as well. Many existing systems have piping that is too small, so it restricts air flow. All dryers are not the same. Products for the filtering and drying of compressed air are often selected because
  • Measurement and Control of Compressed Air Systems (.pdf)
    Many manufacturers processes require a constant supply of compressed air. The air may be used for many different reasons-for example the actuation and control of pneumatic valves, cylinders and controllers; operation of process machinery or tooling; as a transport medium for bulk materials
  • Butterfly Valves in Compressed Air & Vacuum Services
    it harder for the disc to seal against the liner, also making the valve more difficult to operate, over time. It's best to use a butterfly valve with an FPM liner for compressed gas or air service. This material is less susceptible to drying out than EPDM. But even with FPM, the valve should be factory

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