Hybrid refrigerated/desiccant compressed air dryers

Overview:

This white paper, written by compressed air experts Wayne Perry and David Phillips, explains how a hybrid dryer can reduce energy costs for large systems needing extremely dry air.

For those relatively few, but general large compressed air applications that need extremely dry air (down to -40°F), there are several types of desiccant
dryers to do the job. In many cases, the most effective and least costly to operate will be a hybrid dryer system. The hybrid solution includes both refrigerated and desiccant systems in series. This white paper, written by compressed air experts Wayne Perry and David Phillips, explains how a hybrid dryer can reduce energy costs for large systems needing extremely dry air.

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Author: Wayne Perry and David Phillips, Kaeser Compressors

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