The Next Generation Refrigerated Dryers from Ingersoll Rand® have a new design and improved performance to give customers superior air quality and throughput, with a lower cost of operation. Each dryer model embodies advanced heat exchanger technology with greater flow capacity and improved heat transfer characteristics. The new dryer models have a more compact design with 20 percent smaller footprint and an average 30 percent lower power consumption compared to previous Ingersoll Rand Refrigerated Dryers. These features help customers improve overall efficiency.
Smart Drain Technology Redefines Reliability for Customers
All Next Generation Refrigerated Dryer models include the first-ever smart drain technology from Ingersoll Rand. The drain is monitored by algorithms that are programmed in an advanced dryer controller to insure proper continuous operation. For several applications, it is vital to remove moisture content from compressed air systems through a drying process so that tools, equipment and end products are not damaged. The drain is a critical component of a dryer because that is the point where the condensed moisture is removed from the system. If the drain becomes clogged, the performance of a dryer is negatively impacted.
Updated Design with New Component Layout Improves Serviceability
All preventative maintenance parts are located on one side of the dryers with easy-to-remove hinged panels so that operators or technicians can easily access internal components. In-and-out outlets are also placed on the back of each dryer for quick and easy installation in compressed air systems.
All Next Generation Refrigerated Dryers are compatible with Ingersoll Rand centrifugal and rotary screw compressors. Models include three high-efficiency cycling and three standard non-cycling dryer capacities. In addition, each of the dryers meet the highest European Union (EU) safety requirement standards.