• Nominal Flow: 45 SCFM
• Inlet/Outlet Connection: 1/2 (F) NPT
• Power Supply: 115/1/60
• Dimensions: Depth 38 cm, Height 46 cm, Length 43 cm
• Weight: 36 kg
• Maximum Ambient Temperature: 46 °C
• Maximum Inlet Temperature: 70 °C
• Working Pressure: 0 to 232 PSI
• Dew Point: 1 to 4 °C
• Refrigerant: R134a
• Simple, reliable and efficient design
• High quality and durability
• User-friendly digital microprocessor displays dew point indicator, high and low pressure and drain operation
• Robust, reliable and fully adjustable timed solenoid drain
• Automatic expansion valve to ensure stable dew point performance even in changing ambient conditions
• Environmentally friendly refrigerant R134a and R407c known for their efficiency and safety
• Corrosion resistant powder coated aluminium panels
HOW IT WORKS
The ambient air that is sucked in by the compressor contains a substantial amount of water vapor. The compression thus exerted increases the volume of water for a given volume of air. This process also increases the air temperature, which increases the ability of the air to retain water as vapors. While the compressed air, charged with moisture, circulates in the piping system, it cools the condensed water vapor which liquefies.
Refrigerated air dryers are designed to prevent the occurrence of all these problems. Drying by refrigeration is the most efficient technology for drying compressed air. The compressed air is cooled, so that the water vapor in the air condenses inside the dryer and can be purged.
It is recommended to use a filter before the dryer to protect it from contaminants and condensates and increase the service life of internal components of the dryer
Some dryers (models 49.563 to 49.583) already include the filter. Using the recommended TOPDRY air filter from Series 53 (purchased simultaneously with the air dryer) extends the warranty to 2 years.
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