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21999-0355

Suburban Tsunami Membrane Drying Core | 21999-0355

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DESCRIPTION

The Painting Membrane Dryer uses proven technology to provide clean, dry air for your point of use spray applications.

Operation:

-Incoming contaminated air passes through a stainless steel ball valve before entering the first stage Tsunami Water Separator where water and particulates are removed down to 10 micron. The air then travels through a second stage oil aerosols are filtered down to 0.001 ppm and particulates are trapped down to 0.01 micron. The pre-treated air then enters the membrane dryer before passing through an outlet regulator.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS:

-       100% duty cycle

-       Grade “D” instrument air meets HEPA air quality standards

-       No electricity required

-       Micro-flex element capacity 3X larger than competitor’s elements

-       Easy, low cost maintenance

SPECIFICATIONS:

-       3.3 CFM sweep air @ 100psi

-       Maximum inlet pressure: 175psi

-       Maximum outlet pressure: 60psi

-       100o F maximum inlet air temp

-       20 CFM max inlet flow

-       16.7 CFM max outlet flow

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Technical Details

CFM (Capacity) 20.0 CFM @ 175 PSI (Total)
Connection NPT 1 inch
Controls Start/Stop Operation
Filtration Grade 0.01 micron
Pressure Rating 175 PSI

Weight

Weight (lbs) 50.0000

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