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A design for true performance and energy savings in refrigerated compressed air dryers
Refrigerated compressed air dryers have been used for many years as a cost-effective and energy-efficient solution for eliminating moisture from compressed air systems. Most designs operate the refrigeration compressor continuously and are termed "non-cycling," utilizing a hot gas bypass valve to redirect refrigerant around the expansion device and into the suction line at less than full load conditions.
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