Parker Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air Dryers

Parker Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air Dryers address the needs of compressed air users across the full range of industrial applications.

Dynamic Equipment - Grapevine (DFW) TX

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Parker PNC Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air DryersParker Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air Dryers address the needs of compressed air users across the full range of industrial applications.

The importance of compressed air as a provider of energy for modern industrial processes is widely known. What is often overlooked however is the need to provide quality treatment for this air.

In fact, the air entering the system contains moisture which, when cooled, will turn into liquid water, causing extensive damage not only to the compressed air network, but also to the finished product.

These costly contamination problems can be avoided by installing PRD or PNC Series non-cycling refrigerated air dryers (ranging from 10 – 1200 scfm) complete with Parker high efficiency filtration.

Parker’s revolutionary 3-in-1 heat exchanger (PRD10 – PRD175) features a 3-in-1 aluminum design with integral air connections. All models include an air-to-air freecooler, while the unique “slowflow” demister ensures perfect dewpoints whatever the operating conditions.

Our 4-in-1 heat exchanger (PNC200 – PNC1200) offers minimal pressure drops and class leading performance, and significantly increases the efficiency of the whole compressed air treatment process.

Compressed air purification equipment must deliver uncompromising performance and reliability while providing the right balance of air quality with the lowest cost of operation. Many manufacturers offer products for the filtration and purification of contaminated compressed air, which are often selected only upon their initial purchase cost, with little or no regard for the air quality they provide, the cost of operation throughout their life or their environmental impact. When purchasing purification equipment, delivered air quality, the overall cost of ownership and the equipment’s environmental impact must always be considered.