The new PH HE adsorption dryers: Innovative technology, unprecedented results

The new PH HE adsorption dryers from Pneumatech offer all the benefits of desiccant dryers without any of the drawbacks. Their secret is an innovative solid desiccant.

In traditional desiccant dryers, tiny beads offer outstanding drying results that come at a cost: The process is not optimized in terms of energy efficient and the beads slowly disintegrate. This creates a fine dust that can cause dryer failures and compromise your production.

Thanks to Pneumatech’s groundbreaking new solid desiccant, its new PH HE adsorption dryers are more efficient and reliable than any other desiccant dryers. 

Solid desiccant – the next big thing

In a traditional adsorption dyer, the air flow is turbulent and unevenly distributed as the compressed air works its way through the tiny desiccant beads. With its straight desiccant tubes, the new PH HE adsorption dryer offers a much more efficient air flow and, therefore, major energy savings.

Furthermore, solid desiccant disintegrates much more slowly and offers a 40% longer lifetime. That eliminates the aforementioned dust and makes desiccant maintenance much easier.

If you were to just add up these benefits, you would get an adsorption dryer with an industry-leading reliability and low cost of ownership.

But that’s not all. The PH HE series also offers many other advantages:

  • A robust design with pneumatic valves that allow the dryers to perform in challenging environments
  • A stable low pressure dew point that protects your compressed air system
  • Installation flexibility
PH 45-690 HE

A great controller for a great dryer

The PureLogic™ Touch controller helps you get the most out of your PH HE adsorption dryer. It is easy to use and allows you to optimize the performance and efficiency of your dryer.

The new PH HE by the numbers

Thanks to their solid desiccant, the new PH HE adsorption dryers from Pneumatech offer an outstanding drying performance in a wide range of conditions. Here are some key figures:

  • Dew points achievable: -20°C and -40°C
  • Ambient temperatures: 2-45°C
  • Inlet temperature range: 2-60°C
  • Pressure range: 4-14 barg/58-203 psig
  • Desiccant lifetime: 40% longer