Does your facility have or need a dryer for compressed air? If so, you may be confused about the different types of air dryers available. As a supplier of quality air compressor and air dryer products, Titus can provide you with any air dryer your business needs.
Below is some basic information about commercial, industrial, and construction air dryers and how they work to help you determine what you need for your own.
What is a compressed air dryer?
A compressed air dryer is a machine that removes water vapor from compressed air. They are necessary for air compressors because air compressors concentrate various elements in the air, causing it to have a higher dew point and produce condensate that can negatively affect your facility, causing freezing, corrosion, and other problems.
How do compressed air dryers work?
Different types of compressed air dryers work in different ways. There are refrigerated air dryers, desiccant air dryers, membrane air dryers, and deliquescent air dryers. Which type you use depends on your specific application needs.
What types of applications are suitable for compressed air dryers?
You can find compressed air dryers for many applications in multiple industries, including:
food and drink
Refrigeration dryers are commonly used air compressor dryers that work with dual heat exchangers to cool hot air as it comes in and prevent it from condensing again.
Refrigeration dryers are generally the most cost-effective drying option and are widely used in most manufacturing facilities because they provide a level of dryness that is sufficient for most compressed air usage. The Titus Company is proud to offer some of the best products on the market.
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