Quincy Refrigerated Dryers purify compressed air by chilling it to approximately +37°F. This causes entrained moisture to condense. Condensed moisture carries airborne dirt and oil to the separator where it is removed from the air stream by an automatic drain.
Cycling – These units save energy by cycling the refrigeration On & Off response to demand. A three – stage heat exchanger system is employed to provide the cold storage necessary for the operation.
Non Cycling – These units use a two-stage heat exchanger to maintain consistent dew points, Freeze-ups are prevented and optimum performance is maintained.
Quincy Desiccant dryers purify compressed air by absorbing water vapor. The units direct the flow of wet compressed air through a bed of highly adsorbent desiccant.
Heatless – These dryers use a small portion of the dried compressed air to purge the off-line tower.
Heated Purge – These dryers use less dried compressed air to purge the off line tower than the heatless series.