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VF Series

Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air Dryer

10 – 2,000 scfm

The Aircel VF Series non-cycling refrigerated dryers focus on consistent, reliable dew point performance in all flow conditions. With excellent heat transfer coefficients and low-pressure drop, these dryers will outperform the competition in protecting your compressed air system, machinery, and tools.

  • ISO 8573.1 Class 4 (38°F/3°C) dew point performance.
  • Single point air in/out and electrical connections.
  • Three step process thoroughly removes condensed moisture from the chilled, compressed air. This process provides separation efficiency in excess of 98% throughout the entire range.
  • Ambient Air Temperature: 35°F – 120°F
  • Maximum Inlet Air Temperature: 140°F
  • Maximum Operating Pressure: 200 psig
Model NumberCapacityVoltageConnection SizeWeight (lbs.)FLAHeightWidthDepth
VF-1010115‑1‑601/2″714.6151616
VF-1515115-1-601/2″744.6151616
VF-2525115-1-601/2″764.6151616
VF-4040115-1-603/4″785.5151616
VF-5050115-1-603/4″805.5151616
VF-6075115-1-601″12410222418
VF-100100115-1-601″13810222418
VF-125125115-1-601″15614.4222418
VF-150150115-1-601″16214.4222418
VF-200200230-1-601.5″24013.5303625
VF-250250430-3-601.5″3327.8303625
VF-300300430-3-602″3457.8303625
VF-400400430-3-602″5679.5453445
VF-500500430-3-602″58212.2453445
VF-600600430-3-603″59812.2453445
VF-800800430-3-603″79011.4483854
VF-1,0001,000430-3-603″80011.4483854
VF-1,2001,200430-3-603″85213.3483854
VF-1,6001,600430-3-604″ FLG1,62518.1834158
VF-2,0002,000430-3-604″ FLG2,25023.8834158
  1. Saturated, compressed air enters the system and moves into the pre-cooler/re-heater (A), where it is pre-cooled by the cold outgoing air.

  2. The air is then directed through the air-to-refrigerant heat exchanger (B), where it is cooled to 38°F by the refrigeration system.

  3. The cold, saturated air flows into the three-stage separator (C), where liquids are removed from the air. This separated condensate is then ejected from the system via the Aircel condensate drain (D).

  4. The cold, dry air is then reheated by the incoming warm air (E) before leaving the dryer.