Compressed air energy management
An energy-management system from Parker domnick hunter is designed to save up to 80% of power consumed during drying compressed air.
The Dewpoint Dependent Switching energy-management system is available as an option on all the company’s Pneudri adsorption compressed-air dryers or retrofitted to its dryers already in service.
The system operates by continuously testing and measuring the outlet air quality (or dewpoint) of the dryer and adjusting the duration of desiccant chambers’ drying and purging cycles to suit variable operating conditions.
The fewer cycles the machine goes through in an hour, the less energy it demands.
Phone: 03 8720 9600
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