Sircal Rare Gas Dryer Model PD-2012

PD-2012 Rare Gas Dryer

The PD-2012 Rare Gas Dryer is a portable standalone unit for drying argon or any rare gas: helium, neon, xenon and krypton, in laboratories or on-site in-line between your gas supply and instrument, e.g. Arc/Spark Optical Emission Spectrometers. It offers a compact, mobile and easy to use solution for removing moisture and carbon dioxide where the test is carried out.

The unit's drying system contains a molecular sieve drier tube housed in a case with in-situ regeneration feature which makes this solution highly cost effective. Self-sealing plug-in gas connections ensure the user cannot leave the system open to air contamination when it is disconnected from its input gas.

No purging or any system preparation required. Just connect the unit with the input gas and downstream instrument at the point of use and you are up and running instantly.

PD-2012 Technical Specification

Outlet Gas Purity: < 1 vpm in total (for typical input impurity levels of 10 vpm.)
Impurities Removed: H2O and CO2
Ambient Operating Temperature: 40°C
Maximum flow rate: 10 litres/minute
Maximum Inlet Pressure: 17 bar
Gas Connections: Plug-in ¼" (6mm available)
Voltage: 220-240V /100-120V
Frequency: 50-60Hz
Cabinet Dimensions: H 480 mm x W 200 mm x D 150 mm
Weight: 3Kg

Download the PD-2012 Brochure