Refrigerated air dryer DS series

refrigerated air dryer
refrigerated air dryer
refrigerated air dryer
refrigerated air dryer
refrigerated air dryer
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The new DS-2 series features a highly efficient aluminium heat exchanger, which minimises performance losses in the refrigeration cycle and at the same time uses less refrigerant than comparable models. The power consumption is also minimal, making running costs exceptionally low. All models in the new series are fitted as standard with a digital controller, featuring practical functions including status display, floating alarm contact and maintenance reminder. In addition to their superb energy efficiency, the new DS-2 models also have impressively low CO2 emissions ratings. They are designed to run on both 50 and 60 Hz (230 V) power supplies and as such can be used throughout the world. For models with a flow capacity of 2.6 m3/min or more, an additional energy saving option is available, further reducing power consumption in part-load operation. PRODUCT Dual-frequency refrigerant dryer ADVANTAGES best of German Engineering best-in-class energy efficiency digital controller minimal running costs very low maintenance The new DS-2 series from BOGE has now raised the bar for refrigerant dryers: Thanks to the fully integrated design of its highly efficient heat exchanger, the DS-2 upstages all other refrigerant dryers in terms of energy efficiency – with significantly reduced refrigerant consumption. The overall operating costs are indeed unbeatable, and the CO2 balance isn’t to be sneezed either. It is not by chance that the new DS-2 models are designed for both 50 an 60 HZ (230 V) – there is no problem with using them anywhere in the world.


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