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Customized solutions for drying and storage of compressed air

By Gerald Ondrey |

J. P. Sauer & Sohn Maschinenbau

This company offers solutions for drying and storage that are individually tailored to the requirements of the individual application. There are two dryer series specially designed for high-pressure applications. The high-pressure refrigerant dryers of the SRD series are suitable for drying air and gases with final pressures of up to 420 barg and achieve a pressure dew point of 3–5°C. They can also be used as gas coolers. The high-pressure adsorption dryers of the SDD series (photo), on the other hand, achieve reliable dew points of up to –40°C at final pressures of up to 350 barg. They are specifically designed and optimized for use with this manufacturer’s high-pressure compressors. — J. P. Sauer & Sohn Maschinenbau GmbH, Kiel, Germany

www.sauercompressors.de

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