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Membrane dryers: Drying to measure

It is particularly economical to dry only the compressed air that is actually required by the consumer. However, the full saving potential can only be utilised when this quantity of compressed air is dried to exactly the required extent. For diaphragm dryers, drying is therefore oriented directly to the application itself. The highest reliability and immediate availability of the dry compressed air are the general requirement here. This applies equally to laboratory areas as well as for applications in factory halls or outdoor areas, mobile or stationary.

DRYPOINT® M PLUS membrane dryer

Dryer and filter in one

Compact, reliable, without electricity: The DRYPOINT M Plus membrane dryer dries the compressed air by means of highly selective membranes. Pressure dew points between +15 and -40 °C can therefore be achieved - one reason for the diverse range of applications even under changing operating conditions. An additional bonus: the integrated nanofilter, which fulfils all the requirements for efficient filtration and thereby also protects the membranes.

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DRYPOINT® M eco control the electronically regulated membrane dryer

With the DRYPOINT M eco control, we have even gone one step further: with a unique solution never seen before, in which the mode of operation and degree of drying can be optimally adjusted to an application whilst still saving energy.

The DRYPOINT M eco control membrane dryer enables the pressure dew point to be fixed via the keypad, depending on the requirement profile between +10 and -26 °C. , In operating mode, the device keeps the outlet pressure dew point as stable under changing operating conditions, in another mode, a defined distance of the outlet pressure dew point to the compressed air temperature can be selected.

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Compressed-air processing on hybrid locomotives

A trendy concept in automobile engineering, and an already proven technology on rails: the hybrid drive. The combination of a diesel generator and a battery on state-of-the-art locomotives leads to fuel savings of up to 50%. What is always on board is a complex "mobile" compressed-air processing system for the operation of the hydraulic brakes.

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