Food Engineering
Technology Sourcebook

HOC dryers

February 6, 2012
Ingersoll Rand heat-of-compression dryers use heat produced during the compression process to deliver instrument-quality air, using approximately the same energy as a 150 watt light bulb. The dryers feature Smart Control technology that monitors inlet process air conditions and adjusts dryer operation to deliver consistent, dry, oil-free air and helps minimize dew point and temperature spikes. The dryers feature no-loss drains and a low-pressure drop design that allows compressors to run at lower pressures. They have a low-profile design that fits in installations with low overhead clearances, and can be used with multiple compressors.

Ingersoll Rand; www.ingersollrand.com