Refrigeration dryers TAH - TCH series
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Refrigeration Dryers TAH – TBH – TCH Series www.kaeser.com Flow rate 0.35 - 3.5 m³/min

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Why is it necessary to dry compressed air? The atmospheric air drawn into a compressor is a mixture of gases that always contains water vapour. The amount of water vapour air can carry varies and is mostly dependent on temperature. As air temperature rises – which occurs during compression – the air's capability to hold moisture increases also. When the air is cooled its capacity to hold moisture reduces, which causes the water vapour to condense. This condensate is then removed in the downstream centrifugal separator or the air receiver. Even then, the air is often still totally saturated...

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www.kaeser.com TAH – TCH Series Refrigeration Dryer Specifi cations Correction factors for deviating operating conditions (fl ow rates in m³/min x c...) Deviating working pressure p at dryer inlet Air inlet temperature Ti Ambient temperature Ta p bar (g) Cp 3 0.75 4 0.84 5 0.9 6 0.95 7 1 8 1.04 9 1.07 10 1.1 11 1.12 12 1.15 13 1.17 14 1.19 15 1.21 16 1.23 Ti (°C) cTi 30 1.2 35 1 40 0.83 45 0.72 50 0.6 Ta (°C) cTa 25 1 30 0.985 35 0.97 40 0.94 Calculation of dryer fl ow rate under deviating conditions: Selected dryer is a TCH 22 with 2.2 m³/min (VReference) Max. possible fl ow rate under...

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