Parker Domnick Hunter, a division of Parker Hannifin, has released two new helpful brochures designed to educate users in the latest energy saving systems for compressed air.

The technology brochures are aimed at process, plant and maintenance engineers. The literature outlines how energy consumption can be reduced, while also improving the air quality to ISO 8573-1 standards through the use of advanced air drying and filtration technologies.

The brochure also draws particular attention to the commercial and technical benefits of using the firm’s newest air treatment systems. For example, the firm focuses upon the PNEUDRI desiccant drying and OIL-X EVOLUTION filtration units.

The PNEUDRI modular desiccant compressed air dryers use innovative pressure swing adsorption technology with advanced snowstorm filling to create more efficient moisture removal, even at high flow rates. According to the firm the device offers savings up to 60% when used with a Parker energy management system, in addition to significant weight and space saving by comparison with traditional twin tower dryers.

Meanwhile, the OIL-X EVOLUTION compressed air filters boast low ownership costs, high efficiency and long operating life. This line is available with coalescing filter grades for the removal of water and oil aerosols, solid particulates and micro-organisms plus dust filter grades for the elimination of dry particulate and micro-organisms.