Desiccant Dryers

Kaeser blower purge desiccant dryers and exhaust purge desiccant dryers use a heated regeneration method to produce high quality air and dew points as low as -40°F with minimal purge air losses. All of the company's desiccant dryers feature a dual tower design and durable, activated alumina. The desiccant beds are designed to optimize contact time between the purge air and the desiccant and to maximize desiccant life.

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Kaeser blower purge desiccant dryers and exhaust purge desiccant dryers use a heated regeneration method to produce high quality air and dew points as low as -40°F with minimal purge air losses.

All of the company's desiccant dryers feature a dual tower design and durable, activated alumina. The desiccant beds are designed to optimize contact time between the purge air and the desiccant and to maximize desiccant life. The dryers also feature leak-free switching and check valves to reduce pressure drop, and solid state controllers to monitor all essential operations.

Standard sizes range from 5 to 5,400 cfm with larger models available. Heatless desiccant dryers are also available as well as a complete line of filters, drain traps and condensate management products.