The standard vertical air receiver is hot galvanised and equipped with safety valve, air pressure gauge and inspection cover. Bekomat automatic drain system is optional.
Depending on the location and country, the air receivers have to comply with the local codes and certifications. All Codes and certifications are available :
CE-PED, ASME VIII, CRN for Canada , TR CU suiting to Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, SELO code in China, South Korea certification. NR13 for Brazil…
Different capacities: 1000L, 2000L, 3000L, 4000L, 5000L, 6000L, 8000L, 10000L.
Available at 8, 11.5 or 16 bar.
Piping and accessories
The piping between the compressor, air receiver and the dryer flanges, supports, safety warrant and mounting accessories, shut off gates /stop valves are optional.
Non return valve, stainless steel. To be installed after the dryer outlet when several compressors are installed in parallel on the same compressed air network.
Filtration. Activated Carbon, submicronic, particles…
10 – 16 bar pre-, after- and activated carbon filters with cast aluminum body for fitting before and after the dryer. It provides extreme filtration, at micronic and submicronic level with smell removal.
Air dryer options
Stainless steel condenser, automatic draining system. Dew point down to +3°C.
Water cooled condenser is recommended for ambient temperatures above 40°C.
- Heatless regeneration adsorption dryers
Consist of two columns, filled with desiccant beads, controller with LCD display, valves, manometers, support construction and suitable filter housings with the required filter element. Average compressed air consumption of 15-20%. Dew point down to -40°C, or even -70°C.
- Heating regeneration adsorption dryers with purge cooling
Consist of two columns, filled with desiccant beads, a blower, heater, controller with an LCD display, valves, manometers, and a support construction. This type of dryer is suitable for applications where low PDP is required at hotter and more humid ambient conditions and where compressed air can be utilised for cooling. Average compressed air consumption of 2-3 %. Dew point down to -40°C.