GHRN43 High Inlet Temperature Refrigerated Air Dryer
Simple Energy Efficiency
Simply put, the less money you spend operating your business, the better. The design and componentry used in the GHRN equates to less energy consumed by your dryer, which equates to a lower spend on electricity. The next two pages break down the quality components of the GHRN and how they help reduce energy consumption. Before we dive into the components, let’s take a look at pressure drop.
Low Pressure Drops
Pressure drop in a compressed air system can significantly increase the power consumption of the system and increase your operating costs. Every 2 PSI of realized pressure drop equates to a 1% increase in horsepower consumed. All GHRN refrigerated dryers are designed to have pressure drops ranging from 1.2 to 3.6 PSID. When compared to competitive units that experience pressure drops up to 6.5 PSID, it starts to become apparent that GHRN dryers can significantly reduce your utility bill.