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A NEW GENERATION OF DESICCANT DRYERS

09-03-2017
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Walker Filtration, one of the leading manufacturers of high efficiency compressed air treatment and drying equipment, has released the next generation of its PRODRY compressed air desiccant dryers. The new models are available in stock now at the company’s Melbourne office.

Combining customer feedback and smart technology, the company’s UK based team of engineers have developed a product that delivers maximum performance with customers’ needs in mind.  The new PRODRY compressed air desiccant dryers cut service time in half, boast significantly increased energy efficiency, reduce noise and provide customised options to meet nearly every customer requirement.

The new range integrates into the current PRODRY offering and covers flow rates from 45 to 360scfm (77-360Nm3/h). Tested and validated to international standards, PRODRY’s multivoltage capabilities allow for worldwide installation.

The new PRODRY larger flow models now come with an option to upgrade to advanced dewpoint management for greater operating efficiency and a significant reduction in operation costs.

“The new generation of PRODRY represents the culmination of development and innovation by our dedicated team,” remarks Group Managing Director, Lianne Walker, MBE (MBA).  “We are excited to bring a superior PRODRY desiccant dryer to the market, and confident that the exceptional performance and improved design will not only meet our customers’ requirements, but also exceed their expectations.”

Walker Filtration
03 9330 4144
www.walkerfiltration.com.au

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