Typical Installation for Twin Tower Compressed Air Desiccant Dryer

Very Dry Compressed Air (-40°C Dew Point and Less)

Desiccant Twin Tower Dryer Installation

1 – Atmospheric Air
Filled with Moisture and Dirt Particles

2 – Bulk Liquid Water Removal
Fitted with Zero Loss Automatic Drain*

3 – Compressed Air Storage
Fitted with Zero Loss Automatic Drain*

4 – Pre Filter
Removes Bulk Dirt and Water/Oil Liquids

5 – Final Filtration
Removes Smaller Dirt and Water/Oil Aerosols

6 – Compressed Air Dryer
Reduces Dew Point and Reduces Water Vapour
Fitted with Zero Loss Automatic Drain*

7 – Dust Filtration
Removes any Desiccant Dist Carryover

9 – Optional Activated Carbon Filter
Removes Oil Vapour and Odours

9 – Point-of-Use Filtration
Installed to Protect Air Tools and Processes

* IATT can also provide Condensate Management for the efficient collection and handling of oil and water discharges in and environmentally correct and legal way.

Why Dry Compressed Air?

Compressed air is hot and contains a large amount of water vapour, this will condense into liquid water when the compressed air…

How Desiccant Dryers Work

The term desiccant dryer can refer to a broad range of compressed air dryers which are also known as heat regenerative dryer, twin tower dryers or adsorption dryers…

Why Filter Compressed Air?

Compressed air is atmospheric air passed through a compressor and reduced in volume by increasing the pressure…