Parker Zander KA-MT Adsorption Desiccant Air DryerLarge flow heatless compressed air dryers with activated carbon stage, for oil vapor removal, for applications requiring volume flows up to 940m³/h @ 7 barg with a pressure dew point of -40°C (-25°C and -70°C options).
- The Parker KA-MT range of heatless adsorption air dryers with integrated activated carbon stage are designed to dry industrial compressed air reliably and efficiently down to a pressure dew point of -70°C with a remaining oil content of 0.003 mg/m³.
- The units are compact and are designed to be installed free-standing.
- KA-MT series compressed air dryers have an integrated activated carbon stage for the reduction of oil vapours and OIL-X series pre- and post-filtration, they are capable of volume flows up to 940 m³/h in a system operating at 7 barg (100 psig).
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Pressure dew points down to -70°C
- Volume flows up to 940 m³/h @ 7 barg (100 psig)
- Pre- and OIL-X post-filters installed as standard
- Fully dewpoint dependent control is possible as an option
- Remaining oil content of 0.003 mg/m³
- Highest quality air
- Energy efficient
- Dry air means zero corrosion
- Parker Zander KA-MT dryers provide a constant outlet dewpoint in accordance with ISO8573-1 classes 1, 2 or 3 for water vapour.
- Parker KA-MT dryers provide an outlet dewpoint which inhibits the growth of micro-organisms (allowing their efficient reduction using filtration).
- Parker KA-MT dryers use clean, dry purge air for regeneration, eliminating any risk of damage to the adsorption bed or re-contamination of the downstream compressed air.
- No heat is used for regeneration; therefore, no insulation is required and loss of dewpoint on column changeover due to inefficient cool down is eliminated
- Parker KA-MT dryers include Parker OIL-X High Efficiency Coalescing prefiltration, Oil Vapour
- Reduction Stage and General Purpose Dry Particulate post filtration as standard.
- Fitted with Parker Multitronic electronic control with the option of dewpoint display and dewpoint switching Energy Saving Technology.
- Where an application calls for a unit able to cope with variations in operating pressure and load, the installation of a dew point sensor at the outlet of the dryer is available as an option.
- In such an operating mode, the changeover cycle between vessels only takes place when required, and is dependent on the required dew point being achieved.
- Only upon reaching this adjustable set dew point, does changeover to the regenerated vessel occur.
- This feature enables the drying phase to be lengthened and thus avoids the unnecessary use of purge air for regeneration and consequently provides energy savings.
- Compressed air can be selectively dried to meet a dew point of -25°C down to -70°C.
SIZING AND SELECTION
- To ensure quoted air purity performance is met, a compressed air dryer must be sized correctly for minimum operating pressure, maximum inlet temperature and maximum inlet flow rate using the correction factors found in the Product Information Sheet.
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