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COOL

COOL Non-Cycling Refrigerant Dryer By Quincy

COOL Series Non-Cycling Dryers An economic non-cycling solution for removing moisture from your compressed air system. Quincy’s reliable and robust
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Shopping Feed10-15 CFM20-30 CFM140-150 CFM150-160 CFM160-170 CFM170-180 CFM180-190 CFMPSI 230-240Refrigerated Air Dryers230 volt1 phase15-20 CFMQuincy Air Dryer115 VoltNon-Cycling Air Dryers
$974.40 – $4,618.40
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QED

QED Cycling Refrigerated Dryer By Quincy

Quality Comes in All Shapes and Sizes — But Just One Color. The QED is a cycling refrigerated dryer that
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Refrigerated Air Dryers10-15 CFM230 volt20-30 CFM1 phase30-40 CFM3 phase40-50 CFM15-20 CFM60-70 CFM1000 - 2000 CFM80-90 CFM2000+ CFM90-100 CFMPricefy120-130 CFMQuincy Air Dryer140-150 CFM115 Volt150-160 CFMShopping Feed190-200 CFM200-250 CFM500-1000 CFMPSI 200-210PSI 230-240
$1,721.60 – $73,667.20
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QPNC

QPNC Non-Cycling Refrigerated Dryer By Quincy

Quality Comes in All Shapes and Sizes — But Just One Color. Operating at peak efficiency and providing quality product
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1000 - 2000 CFM10-15 CFMQuincy Air Dryer20-30 CFM115 Volt100-110 CFMNon-Cycling Air Dryers130-140 CFMShopping Feed140-150 CFM150-160 CFM160-170 CFM170-180 CFM180-190 CFM190-200 CFMPSI 230-240Refrigerated Air Dryers230 volt1 phase3 phase
$1,475.20 – $50,636.00
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QPVS

QPVS Variable Speed Refrigerated Dryer By Quincy

Designed To Keep Your Business Running Efficiently The QPVS is a variable-speed refrigerated dryer that utilizes VSD technology that saves
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Free Shipping200-250 CFM300-400 CFM400-500 CFM500-1000 CFMPSI 200-210PSI 210-220Refrigerated Air DryersVariable Speed460 volt3 phase1000 - 2000 CFM2000+ CFMQuincy Air DryerShopping Feed
$8,196.00 – $45,443.00
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QRHT

QRHT High Temperature Refrigerated Dryer By Quincy

QRHT – High-Temperature Refrigerated Dryer QRHT Series Total Air System High-Temperature Dryers integrate five different components that perform separate functions.
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20-30 CFM40-50 CFM50-60 CFM70-80 CFM100-110 CFM120-130 CFMPSI 230-240Refrigerated Air DryersHigh Temperature Air Dryers1 phaseQuincy Air Dryer115 VoltShopping Feed
$2,800.80 – $6,405.60
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Quincy Air Dryers for Compressed Air 

Many of our customers prioritize operating at peak efficiency and providing quality products. Quincy Compressor, in partnership with our global network of authorized distributors, strives to be your provider for all your compressed air system needs. 

Quincy Compressor is your single-source provider for all of your compressed air system needs, from the air compressor to filtration to dryers and storage solutions.

From Desiccant to Refrigerant dryers and even membrane dryers, we have options to fit your compressed air needs. With multiple options available, we can find the best fit for your individual process.

 

Different Ways To Dry Compressed Air

Moisture should be your number one concern when keeping your compressed air system in the best condition. Compressed Air Treatment can differentiate between a quality product and unwanted downtime. It keeps your air cleaner and reduces the wear on your equipment.

 

Depending on your environment, the type of dryer you need to achieve high-quality compressed air will change. The primary variable to determine what kind of dryer you will need is your Pressure Dewpoint (PDP). All air carries moisture, and at a certain temperature that water is going to condense and collect into liquid form. Now this may not seem like a big problem from the outside, but that is exactly where you need to be paying attention to it. Your traditional refrigerant dryers have a much higher dewpoint than their desiccant counterparts. 

 

Compressed Air Dryer Types:

  • Refrigerant Air Dryers
    • Refrigerant dryers are an excellent choice for those who meet the following conditions:
      • Ambient temperature is less than 40°C/104°F
      • Prevent condensation
      • Dew point around 3°C-4°C/37°F-39°F
  • Desiccant Air Dryers
    • Desiccant dryers can drop the PDP of the air down to -40°C/-40°F or -70°C/-94°F, depending on the level of drying. The ability of these dryers to drop PDP to such a low temperature is second to none when it comes to removing moisture from the air and making sure that moisture does not condensate again during use.
  • Membrane Dryers
    • Membrane dryers need to be adequately sized to the air flow to ensure the most moisture is being collected from the air stream and removed properly. These dryers can be easily overwhelmed and fail to remove water vapor which will cause problems downstream.

 

A Clean, Dry Compressed Air System

 

The benefits of a clean, dry compressed air system are more preventative than outright beneficial to you. Properly taking care of your compressed air results in less moisture and particulate matter, making it downstream and affecting your equipment from the inside out.

 

The benefits of dry compressed air:

  • Protects your equipment
  • Leakage reduction
  • Reduces equipment maintenance costs
  • Prolongs your equipment life
  • Improves the quality of the final product
  • Boosts your productivity (less downtime)

 

When you are working to protect against condensate build-up, it is a year-round endeavor. The more humid the ambient air is, the more water vapor will get pulled into the air compressor. With this extra water vapor, more time and energy will be necessary to reach the same level of dryness as what would be normally achieved

 

Picking The Right Quincy Air Dryer 

Picking the right dryer is more complex than we would like. We need to break down the environment in which this air is being compressed and the uses of that air. The factors you need to be aware of are:

  • Air and environmental factors
    • Inlet air pressure
    • Inlet air temperature
    • Ambient air temperature (and water temperature if the condenser is water-cooled)
    • Installation environment of the dryer
    • Maximum airflow in standard cubic feet per minute (scfm)
    • Desired pressure dew point
  • Dewpoint and relative humidity

The most important thing to remember about picking a compressed air dryer is that you need the best fit for your environment, not someone elses. Environments play the biggest role in determining the amount of condensate present in your compressed air.

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