Ingersoll Rand's HOC Dryers deliver compressed air with less energy
Ingersoll Rand's HOC dryers are designed to turn wasted heat into useful energy, resulting in clean, dry air. By using heat produced during the compression process, HOC dryers are made to deliver instrument-quality air using virtually no energy.
The air-cooled model is an extension to the water-cooled HOC dryer released last year. These models are built to deliver Class 2 (-40° F) air for customers that do not have a water source available. The unit can be connected to as many as three oil-free compressors.
HOC dryers feature smart control technology. By monitoring inlet process air conditions, smart control technology adjusts dryer operation to deliver consistent, dry air and helps maximize dew point and temperature spikes.