Kaeser’s expanded refrigerated dryer line features the Secopack LS with latent thermal heat storage for higher energy efficiency and better dew point control in a smaller footprint.
With four models from 550-1130 scfm, the new TF series integrates Kaeser’s Secopack LS latent heat thermal storage system that delivers consistent dew point control and energy efficiency under varying load conditions. Secopack LS contains a phase-changing material (PCM) that stores thermal energy as it cycles from a solid to a liquid state, enhancing energy efficiency. The PCM module is 98% denser than conventional storage media. This, combined with topside air exhaust, creates a smaller overall footprint for the dryer.
TG dryers also feature a variable speed radial fan design that improves cooling and enables ducting and heat recovery. A dedicated fan in the electrical cabinet and optional water cooling allow operation in high heat environments without loss of drying capacity.
The Sigma Control Smart microprocessor controls the thermal storage process and provides both a remote on/off control capability and optional Ethernet interface so TF units can be easily integrated into plant operations and IIoT environments.
The TF dryer completes the transition to the advanced R-513A refrigerant in the Secotec line. With its 56% lower global warming potential, the use of R-513A demonstrates Kaeser’s ongoing commitment to preserving our environment.
Kaeser Compressors Inc., Fredericksburg, VA 877-417-3527 us.kaeser.com