Refrigerant Dryers for air drying and treatment

A compressed air dryer is a device for removing water vapor from compressed air. Compressed air dryers are commonly found in a wide range of industrial and commercial facilities. Water vapor is removed from compressed air to prevent condensation from occurring and to prevent moisture from interfering in sensitive industrial processes.

Complete refrigeration system with fully hermetic, refrigerant compressor.


Capacity: 0.167 – 237.5 m3/min. ,6 – 8386cfm
Max. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psig

  • Pressure dew point +3 °C
  • Dryer control dependent on capacity Series from DB15
  • Refrigerant R 134a through the whole range
  • Large heat-exchanger surface, pressure dew-point up to 15°C

Refrigerant Dryers

One of the most economic methods of treating compressed air is with a refrigerant dryer. By cooling the compressed air down to near freezing point, the water and oil vapour are condensed and particles of dirt are bound together, the resulting condensate is then separated from the air flow.

In most cases, the pressure dewpoint need only be a few degrees lower than the ambient temperature to prevent condensate from forming in the pipes.



Technical Data: BOGE DB series

Technical Data: BOGE DX series