Compressed Air Treatments

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.

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Products » Air Treatment » Heat of Compression Desiccant Dryers » H Series, HC Series

H-Series


Capacity Range: 741-15000 cfm (20 - 402 m3/min)
Pressure Dew Point: 0°F to -60°F (-18°C to -51°C)
ISO Class 2 to 3
Cooling Method: Water-cooled
Voltage: 115V/1PH/60HZ (230V/1PH/50HZ)
Cycle Time: 60 minutes
Maximum Inlet Temperature: 400°F (204°C)
Desiccant Type: Activated alumina


Key Features

  • Low energy consumption
  • Low pressure drop design
  • Pre-filter and after-filter as standard
  • Easy to use, advanced microprocessor
  • High performance valves for long extended life
HC-Series


Capacity Range: 677-14743 cfm (18-395 m3/min)
Pressure Dew Point: -40°F (-40°C)
ISO Class 2
Cooling Method: Water-cooled
Voltage: 460V/3PH/60HZ (400V/3PH/50HZ)
Cycle Time: 8 hours
Maximum Inlet Temperature: 400°F (204°C)
Desiccant Type: Activated alumina


Key Features

  • Low energy consumption
  • Low pressure drop design
  • Pre-filter and after-filter as standard
  • Easy to use, advanced microprocessor
  • High performance valves for long extended life