Compressed Air Dryers
When dry air is needed for painting and sandblasting purposes, high-temperature and refrigerated compressed air dryers are the best options. Refrigerated compressed air dryers purify compressed air by chilling it, which causes any moisture to condense. Condensed moisture carries airborne dirt and oil to the separator where it is removed from the air stream and drained. Standard non-cycling compressed air dryers can accept inlet temperatures up to 115°F. The high-temperature non-cycling compressed air dryers can handle up to a 200°F inlet temperature. High-end compressed air dryers can provide an output of hundreds of CFMs, supplying enough air for the most demanding industrial applications. Turn to trusted names like Quincy, Ingersoll Rand, and EMAX for reliable compressed air drying. You can easily provide continuous dry air by piping the popular Ingersoll Rand 25 CFM, 110V self-contained refrigerated compressed air dryer unit into your compressed air supply line. This compressed air dryer features a Variable-speed fan to reduce power consumption when the unit operates at less than maximum cooling capacity. For bigger compressed air systems, consider the Ingersoll Rand 200 CFM, 230V Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air Dryer that delivers reliability with virtually no maintenance. This compressed air dryer features a refrigeration system and heat exchanger that combines cool compressed air as it passes through it. The Quincy High-Temperature Non-Cycling Refrigerated Compressed Air Dryer can accept 180°F inlet temperatures. This 110V refrigerated compressed air dryer can handle a 75 CFM airflow, producing clean, dry air. Look to Northern Tool + Equipment for a comprehensive assortment of compressed air dryers to improve the quality of air that your compressor generates.