COMPRESED AIR DRYERS (Refrigerated)
Trokner 0-100 cfm (coil - in - coil)
For every 11°C (20°F ) drop in temperature of the compressed air the moisture holding capacity of the air reduces by 50%. Refrigerated air dryers work by using a refrigerant to cool the air to 3°C reducing the moisture holding capacity of the air. Cooling the compressed air causes the moisture to condense. The cooled air along with the moisture is then passed through a moisture separator in order to remove the condensed moisture.
Employs the developed coil-in-coil technology, where in you have one tube inside another tube. This arrangement enables transfer of heat between the refrigerant and the compressed air. For refrigerated air dryers, the temperature differential between the air and the refrigerant causes absorption of heat energy from the air; hence, reducing the temperature of the compressed air. This causes the moisture to condense.