Ingersoll Rand’s heat of compression (HOC) desiccant dryers are the most energy-efficient dryers available.
Ingersoll Rand non-cycling refrigerated dryers will deliver a consistent pressure dew point of 38°F to 50°F (3°C to 10°C). The dryers are available in wide range of sizes with a variety of options. The non-cycling design provides reliable and economical operation while delivering moisture free air.
0.2-8 m3/min, 7-212 cfm
5.7-68 m3/min, 200-2400 cfm
10-90 m3/min, 353-3178 cfm
High Inlet Temp
Ingersoll Rand’s unique line of Cycling Refrigerated Dryers offer the ultimate in energy savings. The dryers are constructed with quality components to ensure superior performance and reliability.
NVC (0.28-4.2 m3/min, 10-150 cfm)
NVC (5.7-227 m3/min, 200-8000 cfm)
High Pressure (14.4-183 m3/min, 510-6460 cfm)
Ingersoll Rand’s heatless desiccant dryers deliver superior compressed air quality at a constant -40°F to -100°F (-40°C to -70°C) pressure dew point. Our heatless dryers are simple to operate, dependable and very economical.
Ingersoll Rand’s heated desiccant dryers incorporate an external heat source to enhance drying efficiency and lower operating cost. The heated dryers deliver a constant -40°F to -100°F (-40°C to -70°C) pressure dew point for critical applications.
Ingersoll Rand’s Heat of Compression (HOC) desiccant dryers are the most energy-efficient dryers available. The dryers recover the heat that is a natural by-product of the compression process. This “free” heat is utilized in the air drying process to provide moisture-free air, while consuming virtually no energy.