Designed to serve a host of potential users, including workshop air and machine air in general manufacturing, as well as sectors such as packaging, textile, food, beverage, medical, dairy and automotive, Tundra 2017 air dryers feature a number of important enhancements. These include an ultra-high flow heat exchanger with larger ports and an ‘ice blue’ digital LED dewpoint display. New capacity models are also introduced to the range.
With many manufacturers now actively attacking overheads in order to remain competitive, energy efficiency was among the principal priorities when developing Hi-line’s 2017 Tundra series. Tundra dryers help drive energy costs down by minimising pressure drop and reducing absorbed power. Furthermore, integrated direct expansion technology delivers a constant +3°C PDP (pressure dewpoint), unlike a chilled mass dryer, which can be as high as +10°C during its thermal cycle.
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