Ingersoll Rand introduces new energy efficient HOC dryers [Nov 2011]
November 25, 2011 6:09 am
Ingersoll Rand, one of the global leaders in compressed air technology, introduces a new energy efficient approach to treating compressed air with their new line of heat of compression (HOC) dryers.
Ingersoll Rand HOC dryers provide energy efficiency, reliability and flexibility in a low profile package. The dryers turn wasted heat into useful energy, resulting in oil-free, dry air at a fraction of the cost of traditional desiccant dryers.
“The HOC dryers are a great alternative to traditional desiccant dryers, delivering instrument quality air while making use of waste heat from the air compressor,” said Christopher Ursillo, marketing manager for air treatment products at Ingersoll Rand. “Clean, dry air is essential for an effective and productive compressed air system. This high-tech, low energy solution is far less expensive to operate than alternative traditional desiccant dryers without losing out on productivity and efficiency.”
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