Air Treatment Dryers & Filtration

Air Treatment Dryers & Filtration


Refrigerated Air Dryers

Refrigerated dryers remove moisture from compressed air by cooling the air. 

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Sullair - Refrigerated Air Dryers

Sullair Refrigerated Air Dryers are available in the following configurations:

 

• ATRH — Refrigerated High Temperature — 20 to 125 scfm
• ATRN — Refrigerated Non-Cycling — 25 to 1000 scfm
• ATRX — Refrigerated Extreme High Pressure — 20 to 275 scfm
• ATRP — Refrigerated High Pressure Stainless Steel — 45 to 1000 scfm
• ATRD — Refrigerated Energy Saving — 200 to 2000 scfm
• ATRS — Refrigerated Digital Cycling — 1000 to 10,000 scfm
• ATRDE — Refrigerated Large Flow Energy Saving — 4000 to 30,000 scfm
• ATRME — Refrigerated Thermal Mass — 4000 to 30,000 scfm
 

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Sullair - Refrigerated Dryer Features

Sullair Refrigerated Air Dryers are available with the following features:

 

• Stainless steel heat exchangers for consistent dew point and corrosion resistance
• 3-in-1 heat exchangers with internal separator and evaporator provide simplified maintenance and parts and reduce size
• Advanced digital scroll compressors for the highest performance with reduced power and energy consumption (200 scfm and above)
• Zero air loss drains to remove condensate from the system without losing compressed air
• Environmentally friendly R-134a and R-404a refrigerants standard
• High heat transfer and large flow areas ensuring low pressure drop
• Easily serviceable cabinet
• Durable powder coated cabinets on enclosed models to protect the inner workings of the dryer from harsh environments
• Units with three phase voltage have a phase monitor to protect the compressor while eliminating possible phase reversal, loss and unbalance
• Electronic Unit Controller for easy service (200 scfm and above)
 

Additionally, Blackhawk Equipment refrigerated dryer options from these manufacturers:

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Desiccant Air Dryers

Desiccant air drying entails running moisture saturated compressed air over a bed of desiccant – typically made of activated alumina. During regeneration moisture is purged from the desiccant bed using the compressed air. Moisture adheres to the surface of the desiccant. Heated dryers use heat and ambient air instead of compressed air to regenerate.

 

The energy efficiency of the types of desiccant dryers varies based on purge air consumption. Typically, blower purge is 2.5%, heated is 7%, and heatless 15%.

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Sullair DMD

DMD—Desiccant Modular Dryer — 3 to 240 scfm


Provides clean, dry compressed air virtually anywhere with a lightweight, compact design. 

  • Compact design 
  • Inlet and purge manifold design for low pressure drop 
  • Mini PLC monitor 
  • Completely automatic 
  • Quiet enough to be placed in most work environments
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Sullair DHL Series Desiccant Heatless Dryers

  • 80 to 5000 scfm (2.26 to 141.58 m3/min)
  • Maximum inlet pressure: 230 psig (16.0 bar)
  • Maximum inlet temperature: 150°F (66°C)
  • Maximum ambient temperature: 122°F (50°C)
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Sullair DEX Series Desiccant Externally Heated Dryers

  • 200 to 3500 acfm (2.26 to 141.58 m3/min)
  • Maximum inlet pressure: 230 psig (16.0 bar)
  • Maximum inlet temperature: 150°F (66°C)
  • Maximum ambient temperature: 122°F (50°C)
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Sullair DBP Series Desiccant Regenerative Blower Purge Dryers

  • 500 to 10,000 acfm (14.16 to 283.17 m3/min)
  • Maximum inlet pressure: 230 psig (16.0 bar)
  • Maximum inlet temperature: 150°F (66°C)
  • Maximum ambient temperature: 122°F (50°C)
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Sullair RDHL Desiccant Heatless Dryer Series

  • 600 to 2050 scfm (17.0 to 58.0 m3/min, 283 to 967 L/s)
  • 100 to 175 psig (6.9 to 12.1 bar)
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  • iSTE, iSTUE - Single Tower Blower Purge Desiccant.  Flow rates from 60-3000 scfm. 
  • iDHE – Heatless Regenerative Desiccant.  Flow rates from 15-1500 scfm.
  • iDOFE – Heatless Oil Field.  Flow rates from 15-800 scfm.
  • iDHPE – Heat Reactivated.  Flow rates from 100-8000 scfm.
  • iDBPE – Blower Purge.  Flow rates from 130-6000 scfm.
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  • HHL Series, HHS Series & HHE Series - Heatless Regenerative Desiccant Dryers. Flow rates from 40 – 5,400 scfm
  • HPD Series - Heated Blower Purge Desiccant DryersFlow rates from 300-3200 scfm.
  • HBP Series - Blower Purge Regenerative Desiccant Dryers.  Flow rates from 500-4300 scfm.
  • DHW Series - Heatless Regenerative Desiccant Dryers.  Wall mount 7-50 scfm.  
  • HDF Series - Single Tower Desiccant Dryers.   Point of use 5-30 scfm.
  • HCD Series - Heat of Compression Desiccant Dryers.  Flows of 350-1000 scfm.

Additionally, Blackhawk Equipment desiccant dryer options from these manufacturers:

 

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Other Dryers

Membrane Dryers 

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Cost effective, point of use dryers from:

 

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SPX Hankison Breathing Air Dryers

CBA series handles removes contaminants to meet OSHA, CGA, ANSI, and CSA breathing air standards.

  • Flow rates from 15 – 940 scfm

Vacuum Dryers

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Pure-Aire’s Z Series Vacuum Purge Regenerative Dryer sets a new standard in energy efficiency, with less than 1% purge lost

  • -40°F or better dew point

Filtration

Filtration is essential to protect equipment and product quality.  It also plays a vital role in saving energy with reduced pressure drop from correct sizing and maintenance.

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Filters

Durable and reliable element construction.  Types of filtration include:  F & FR particulate, H and HR high efficiency coalescing, C vapor removal, HP high pressure, HT high temperature, and U ultra filter.  Available threaded and flange inlet. 

  • Superior filtration 1 micron to .01 micron
  • 25 to 17,700 scfm
  • 15 to 725 psig
  • 36°  F to 350° F 
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Mist Eliminators

Mist eliminators protect production equipment from extreme failures and against slugs of oil or compressor air/oil separator failure.  They are a good fail safe protection with very low pressure drop and long service life.

Condensate Management

Oil water separators-  Air systems generate condensate that contains a combination of water, oil and other contaminants.  These contaminants must be properly contained and disposed of.

 

Oil Water Seperators

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SP – Oil Water Separators

SP – Oil Water Separators - Engineered molecular filtration attracts and holds the contaminants, while wastewater passes through.  Performance guarantee of less than 10 ppm oil carryover.

Additionally, Blackhawk Equipment oil water separator options from these manufacturers:

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Drains

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Drains- Remove condensate from compressors, dryers and filtration.  They key is minimizing valuable compressed air loss.  Drains often pay for themselves in less than a year.

Electric and pneumatic options to meet all sorts of applications including high and low pressure, high temperature, older systems containing rust and debris.

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