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  • What Is The Difference Between A Non-Cycling And Cycling Dryers

    What Is The Difference Between A Non-Cycling And Cycling Dryers

    For applications that require dry air, but do not call for a critical dew point, a refrigerated air dryer would be a great option, as it is cost effective and comes in a non-cycling and cycling option dependent on your budget and needs.  Non-Cycling Dryers:  A refrigerated non-cycling dryer is a ...
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  • Activated Zeolite Powder Q&A

    Activated Zeolite Powder Q&A

    Q1: What is the temperature that the activated zeolite powder can absorb in the glue? A1: 500 degrees below no problem, the original molecular sieve powder at 550 degrees, high temperature baking will lose crystallization water, when the temperature dropped to room temperature, will slowly absorb...
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  • Activated Alumina Q&A

    Activated Alumina Q&A

    Q1.How much is the regeneration temperature of molecular sieve , activated alumina ,  silica alumina gel and silica alumina gel (water resistant)? (air dryer) A1:Activated alumina :160℃-190℃ Molecular sieve :200℃-250℃ Silica alumina gel:120℃-150℃ The dew point pressure can reach -60℃ in normal...
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  • Desiccant Dryer Options

    Desiccant Dryer Options

    Regenerative desiccant dryers are designed to provide standard dew points of -20 °C (-25° F), -40° C/F or -70 °C (-100 °F), but that comes at a cost of purge air that will need to be utilized and accounted for within a compressed air system. There are various types of regeneration when it comes t...
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  • Nitrogen Purity And Requirements For The Intake Air

    Nitrogen Purity And Requirements For The Intake Air

    It is important to understand the level of purity that is needed for each application in order to purposefully generate your own nitrogen. Nonetheless, there are some general requirements regarding the intake air. The compressed air has to be clean and dry before entering the nitrogen generator, ...
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  • Air & Gas Compressor

    Air & Gas Compressor

    Recent developments in air and gas compressors have allowed equipment to work at higher pressures and greater efficiencies, even as the overall device size has decreased to meet specific application requirements. All these developments have worked together to place unprecedented demands on equipm...
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