Current Region: United Kingdom (EN)
Utilizing twin towers filled with premium grade activated alumina, Hankison Heatless dryers are available with different application specific control systems to meet the needs of industry with economy and performance.
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 (73°C).
Three Application Specific Designs:
HHS Series Automatic SensaTherm® Energy Savings
HHS Series with SensaTherm® automatically matches purge air use to the demand on the system. This ensures maximum performance as the energy saved goes right to your bottom line. Controller features vacuum fluorescent text display that communicates energy savings, operating mode and service reminders. Select from one of the four pressure dew point settings to optimize your savings for each season.
HHL Series Selectable Purge Economizer Savings
HHL Series provides user selectable energy savings. Tailor the drying cycles, to match your peak air demand, in 10 percent increments. In addition, this state-of-the-art controller offers four pressure dew point settings to further tune your savings and adapt the system to your environment.
HHE Series-40°F Dew Point Performance - Pure and Simple
HHE Series presents traditional heatless drying technology. Using a simple timer based controller, these are designed to deliver maximum value to applications that operate at or near full capacity. Automatic time controlled bed regeneration cycles offer consistent performance and economy of purchase.
|Model||Flow Rate||Connection||el. Connection||Pre-filter||After-filter|
|HHL 351||350||1 1/2”||F10-B-HF||F10-B-PF|
|HHL 521||520||1 1/2”||F11-B-HF||F11-B-PF|
|HHL 681||680||1 1/2”||F12-B-HF||F12-B-PF|
|HHL 1051||1050||2 1/2“||95-240/1/50||F14-B-HF||F14-B-PF|
|HHL 1351||1350||2 1/2“||F15-B-HF||F15-B-PF|
|HHL 2351||2350||DIN 100||HF5-60||HF6-60|
|HHL 2701||2700||DIN 100||HF5-60||HF6-60|
|HHL 3601||3600||DIN 100||HF5-64||HF6-64|
|HHL 5201||5200||DN 150||HF5-68||HF6-68|
|HHL 7101||7100||DN 150||HF5-72||HF6-72|
|HHL 9001||9000||DN 150||HF5-76||HF6-76|
Contact us for more information about correction factors and electrical data.
1 Inlet flows are established in accordance with ISO 7183(based on 1 bar (abs) 0% of at 7 bar (g) working pressure and inlet temperature 35°C (PDP -40°) or inlet temperature 30°C PDP -70°C
2 Average Purge Flow is the total amount of air used to purge and repressurize off-stream towers averaged over the cycle time. Maximum Purge Flow is the flow rate through the off-stream tower during that portion of the cycle the purge/ repressurization valve is open.
|HHL 351||1 1/2”||1150||750||1980||421|
|HHL 521||1 1/2”||1150||750||1990||531|
|HHL 681||1 1/2”||1150||750||1990||650|
|HHL 1051||2 1/2“||1500||1320||1910||965|
|HHL 1351||2 1/2“||1500||1420||1921||1275|
|HHL 2351||DIN 100||1500||1720||2136||2080|
|HHL 2701||DIN 100||1700||1770||2225||2305|
|HHL 3601||DIN 100||1950||1920||2258||2755|
|HHL 5201||DN 150||2400||2140||2456||4105|
|HHL 7101||DN 150||2690||2335||2701||6200|
|HHL 9001||DN 150||2820||2504||2536||6800|