Refrigerated dryers use centrifugal separation to remove moisture at the coldest point in the system. As the air stream is cooled in the aluminum heat exchanger, moisture from the air stream condenses is discharged through an electronic no-loss drain. The result is highly efficient moisture removal and exceptionally dry, clean air.
The heat exchangers transfer heat between a cold medium and the damp compressed air. This cools the compressed air to a pressure dew point. If required the condensation generated by the cooling process is collected in a condensation chamber integrated into the heat exchanger and continually drained off.