Kaeser’s expanded SECOTEC 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.
The new TF series, with four models from 550 to 1130 scfm, promises 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, greatly 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.
For more information, call (877) 417-3527 or visit https://us.kaeser.com/.