Ultra High Purity Compressed Air Desiccant
nano D-Series Ultra High Purity Compressed Air Desiccant Dryers
can be used in most industrial and manufacturing plant applications
where dry clean compressed air is needed.
Air Tools, Sand Blasting, Pneumatic Control Systems, Instrument
Air, Paint Spraying, Powder Coating , Food Processing, Dairy/Milk
Production, Laboratories, Printing, Packaging Machines, Pneumatic
Transport of Hygroscopic Material, Breweries, Chemical & Pharmaceutical
Industry, Power Generation, Electronics Industry... this list is
If you use compressed air then a nano D-Series
Ultra High Purity Compressed Air Desiccant Dryer is an essential
part of the installation.
CO2 Adsorption Dryers
nano C-Series CO2 Adsorption Dryers replace high pressure
oxygen or nitrogen gas cylinders and are ideal for numerous applications
including FT-IR (Fourier transform infrared) purge, Total Organic
Carbon (TOC) purge, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Gas Chromatography
(GC) flame gas, instrument air, coating applications and laser purging.
CO2 Adsorption Dryers find application
in the beverage, chemical, petrochemical, automotive industry and
specialised steel manufacturing.
The dryer design has been developed with the
laboratory environment in mind - the unit can easily be wall mounted
to save valuable bench space. The novel exhaust silencing system
ensures that the unit is incredibly quiet in operation. Nitrogen
The nano N-Series range of Nitrogen generators offer a cost effective,
reliable and safe alternative to the use of bottled gases. They
use regular compressed air to deliver a continuous supply of high
They can be used to provide nitrogen for inert
blanketing, controlled atmosphere (CA) and modified atmospheric
packaging (MAP) in the food and drink Industry as well as transport
of perishable such as foods, meat and fruit.
In manufacturing processes N-Series Nitrogen
Generators can be used to generate nitrogen in laser cutting and
wave soldering of printed circuit boards (PCB's).
In general industry Nitrogen Generators
can be used to provide nitrogen for silo inerting, fluid transfer,
tank inerting and blanketing to stop corrosion or for preservation.