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Blower Purge -HR & HB Series


All EAP dryers capitalize on the superior performance of Allen-Bradley PLC controllers.  Allen-Bradley controllers are established as highly reliable, reputable, and expandable, and are common within industrial controls environments.

There is no need to open the control panel or access any internal working components of the control box. All functions are easily managed and displayed on the 4 inch interactive touchscreen controls.  A 6 inch touch screen is standard on 4000 SCFM dryers and larger.


While there are many different applications where heated desiccant dryers apply, no two applications are exactly alike. Upon installation, there are a number of variables within the operating environment where the dryer may be located. Through EAP’s exclusive process of Tuned Regeneration, the user can dovetail the dryer regeneration process to achieve optimal results. Overall KW reduction and alleviation of dew point bumps can be realized through a process of “tuning” the interactive settings in the Logic Pro Master Controller. Understanding the Master Controller is so easy, most users are comfortable with system operation after only a few minutes of interaction. Because the EAP heated dryer is provided with three independent exhaust system temperature readouts, the user can quickly see the heating pattern of the regeneration tower. Adjustments to heating temperature, duration and cycling controls can all be made without the need for costly programming. Slight adjustments from winter to summer months can result in maintaining system peak operational efficiency, while reducing energy usage. Adjustments of cooling cycles can reduce dew point spikes and maximize air volume available to process.

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Through the use of EAP’s exclusive and patent pending process of Tuned Regeneration, the
HR and HB heated dryers use only the energy required to provide a gentle and
consistent low pressure air-flow to desorb the accumulated moisture from the
regeneration tower. Continuous exhaust air temperature monitoring further reduces energy
consumption by controlling heating cycle duration on demand.