Refrigerated Air Dryers

Air-dryers are connected in-line to your air compressor, they “dry” air by reducing the air temperature to dew-point.

Refrigerated Air Dryers

DT Range

For your convenience, dryers have been matched with existing model compressors in the Detroit range.

The DT range is recommended for use in environments with ambient temperatures between 38 to 45°C with inlet temperatures up to 65°C.

The DB range is recommended for use in environments with ambient temperatures not exceeding 45°C with inlet temperatures up to 60°C.

Features

Key Selling Features

  • PLC control for stable operation and control.
  • Full protection against voltage, current, temperature and low gas pressures.
  • Easy panel removal for cleaning.
  • Fitted with an auto-drain as standard.
  • Compact design with small footprint.
  • High-quality compressor motors used.
  • Environmentally friendly refrigerant used.
  • Very affordable spares – available off the shelf.
Detroit Air - Refrigerated Air Dryers DT Range

DRYING CAPACITY

Dryers are matched to air compressors based on the cooling capacity of the dryer and the inlet temperature of the compressed air.

Clean Dry Air

If clean, dry compressed air is a requirement in your industry, choose a Detroit Refrigerated Air Dryer.

Our Ranges

The DT range is recommended for use in environments with ambient temperatures between 38 to 45°C with inlet temperatures up to 65°C.

HIGH EFFICIENCY

The aluminium heat-exchanger is far more compact than standard type heat exchanger configurations.
Power savings of 15% to 50% have been achieved over old models.

PLC INTELLIGENCE

INTELLIGENCE: Self-diagnosing PLC system provides protection and stability to the system, thereby enhancing service life.

Real time display of dew-point and fault-codes.

SOLID STABILITY

With Inlet temperatures up to 65°C with ambient up to 45&°C , DT series dryers can cope with heavy loads. In less demanding applications, the Intelligent Temperature Control System protects against ice build-up or long periods of no-load.

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