The Gardner Denver GDXM series of heatless regenerative desiccant dryers have proven to be the ideal solution for many thousands of compressed air users worldwide in a wide variety of industries. Compressed air purification equipment must deliver uncompromising performance and reliability whilst providing the right balance of air quality with the lowest cost of operation.
The Gardner Denver GDXM series of heatless regenerative dryers
The new range of GDX_M modular heatless desiccant dryers are the reliable and efficient solution to boost customer productivity. Their advanced design provides constant, moisture-free, high-quality air with longer cycle times, than other dryer models, to increase the uptime while reducing environmental impact and carbon footprint. These dryers are manufactured by Gardner Denver providing you with the same expert level of design, construction and product support you have come to expect from your compressor installation.
In summary the GDX_M series provides the air quality you need, at a lower total cost of ownership.
Advantages at a glance:
Robust and reliable industry-proven design
Suitable for all industries and applications unlike other desiccant dryer regeneration methods which can prevent their use in certain industries/applications
Lower capital investment and reduced complexity compared to other dryer regeneration methods
Lower maintenance costs in comparison to other dryer regeneration methods
No heat, heaters, or heat-related issues
Energy Management System
The energy required to regenerate the off-line desiccant bed in an absorption dryer is constant, and based upon the assumption that the dryer is operating at its full capacity and the desiccant bed requiring regeneration has been fully saturated. In reality, a dryer is rarely operating at full capacity all of the time, for example during shift work and periods of low demand. Daily and seasonal fluctuations in ambient temperature and humidity also change the moisture loading placed upon the dryer.
Under such conditions, at the point in the drying cycle where the air flow is switched from one drying chamber to the other, there is the potential for drying capacity to remain in the desiccant material about to undergo regeneration. As the energy used to regenerate this partially saturated bed is based upon the assumption that the bed is fully saturated, more energy (purge air) is consumed than is actually necessary.
Parts and Services
Parts and Services
Gardner Denver... The answer
You get total product support now and for years to come from our dedicated international team of professional distributors, our Master Distribution Center with its extensive genuine replacement parts inventory, our Remanufacturing Center, and our skilled, factory-trained technicians.