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Air Treatment components lower overall air system power costs and improve productivity by delivering contamination free compressed air to the final application. A typical compressed air system is contaminated with abrasive solid particles such as dust, dirt, rust, pipe scale, compressor lubricants (mineral or synthetic), condensed water droplets, acidic condensates and oil/hydrocarbon vapors. If not removed, these contaminants increase pneumatic equipment maintenance costs, lead to instrument and control failure, contribute to poor product fit/finish, and contaminate processes.

The right Hankison filter & dryer system will remove these contaminants allowing your compressed air system to deliver the quality of air required by your application; whether it’s plant air, instrument air, or medical air-helping to ensure consistent output quality while minimizing operating costs.

Not only will Hankison products deal with system contaminants, but they will also lower air system power costs and improve productivity by matching power consumption to compressed air demand. In a typical manufacturing facility, up to 30% of electricity consumed is for generating and treating compressed air. To reduce total cost of operation and quality for utility company incentive programs, proper air treatment equipment selection and application is required.

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Desiccant Air Dryers
  • Utilizing twin towers filled with premium grade activated alumina, Hankison Heatless dryers are available with 3 application specific control systems to meet the needs of industry with economy and performance.
  • Hankison HHS, HHL, and HHE Series heatless desiccant dryers provide consistent outlet pressure dew points to -100°F.
  • HHS -- Automatically matches purge air use to the demand on the system.
  • HHL -- Provides user selectable energy savings that tailor the drying cycles to match your peak air demand, in 10% increments. State-of-the-art controller offers four pressure dew point settings to further tune your savings and adapt the system to your environment.
  • HHE – Presents traditional heatless drying technology using a simple timer-based controller designed to deliver maximum value to applications that operate at or near full capacity.
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Refrigerated Air Dryers
  • Designed with 3-in-1 heat exchangers and a phase change material (PCM) encapsulated between the refrigeration and compressed air circuits, serving as a highly effective reservoir for thermal storage.
  • The PCM possesses high latent heat properties which enables it to melt or freeze at a constant temperature.
  • The PCM stays colder for longer periods of time, cycling the refrigerant compressor less often than conventional energy saving designs.
  • Load matching performance offers cost effective energy savings by matching electrical power consumed in direct proportion to air demand
  • Linear energy savings offered by Hankison FLEX Series dryers automatically cycling (on/off) the refrigeration compressor in response to inlet load conditions.
  • At 60% inlet air load, the FLEX Series consumes only 60% of the full load power, a 40% energy savings.
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NGF Series Compressed Air Filters
  • Patented Venturi-Wave element design
  • Deep bed pleated, high performance media
  • Element grade identification with color coded end caps
  • Sculpted housing design with flanged inlet/outlet connections for easy installation
  • Die cast aluminum, chromated housings are coated with a polyester epoxy powder coat finish for corrosion resistance
  • Internally ribbed bowl promotes condensate drainage
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