Air Dryers Pioneer ( R& ADR Series)

Since Pioneer founding in 1980, nearly half of their business has been building custom equipment to meet the strictest specifications. The engineering staff and well-equipped factory are prepared to meet and exceed your expectations. From vacuum to 10,000 PSIG; 10 to 15,000 SCFM; air or corrosive and flammable gases. If your application has to do with drying and cleaning compressed air or gas, chances are Pioneer is your best choice.


 

R & ADR SERIES BENEFITS


  1. Removable insulation

  2. Electric automatic drain

  3. Lower dew points

  4. Efficient centrifugle separator; chilled separator standard in R75/ADR40 and up

  5. Easy access cabinets - standard up to R600A/W, ADR300A/W; optional in larger sizes

  6. NEMA1 control panel standard; NEMA 4, 7, or 12 and custom control panels available

  7. Lower pressure drops - in a 100 PSIG/6.89 bargpressure drop saves 1% in energy costs. Lowe pressure drops are inherent in Pioneer heat exchangers

  8. Compact design - Triple-tube heat exchanger design reduces floor space requirements and shipping costs. The air-air requirements exchanger also reduces refrigeration horsepower and dryer size

  9. Environmentally safer refrigerant R-134a and R-22 standard

  10. Dew point adjustment


 


Protect Your Equipment and Save Money


A typical Pioneer dryer pays for itself in less than a year by reducing or eliminating maintenance costs and down time. In Pioneer refrigerated dryer models P30A/W(ADR15 A/W) and larger, the warm, moist air (or gas) enters the air-air heat exchange where it is precooled by the outgoing cool air. Precooling allows the use of a smaller refrigeration system and lowers the cost of drying. Further cooling of the air to a 350°F(20°C) range is accomplished by the refrigeration. Cooling the air causes the moisture vapor to condense. The condensation is separated by highly efficient separation techniques and drained by automatic drains.

Ranges

R SERIES:


 


For compressors with after coolers, designed for inlet temperature up to 250°F/121°C



  • Rust-free copper and brass heat exchanger provide maximum heat transfer

  • Patented Triple-Tube Heat Exchangers provide lower, more consistent dew points with lower pressure drops (R75A/W and up)

  • Standard Micromonitor R75A/W and up

  • Automatic drain system with cleanable y-strainer and isolation valve


 


ADR SERIES


For compressors without after coolers, designed for inlet temperature up to 250°F/121°C



  • 10 - 20% increase in actual volume by reheating the out going air with the incoming warm air

  • Lower pressure drop - 2 PSIG/0.14 barg compared to 8 PSIG/0.55 barg in a typical after cooler, separator, and dryer installation

  • Air cooled models eliminate water usage

  • Higher temperatures and lower relative humidity reduce likelihood of freeze-up in downstream air lines

  • Simplified installation