TG – TI Series

The innovative energy-saving system

In developing the energy-saving dryer, KAESER’s goal was to produce a system that consumed minimal
energy and which would provide optimal reliability and user-friendliness.
KAESER’s patented energy saving system fulfils all of these requirements and in contrast to comparable refrigeration drying systems, uses a highly efficient refrigerant compressor.

Why is it necessary to dry compressed air?

The atmospheric air drawn into a compressor is a mixture of gases that always contains water vapour.
However, the amount of water vapour that air can carry depends on the temperature. As air temperature rises – which occurs during compression – the air’s ability to hold moisture increases also. When
the air is cooled its capacity to hold moisture reduces which causes the water vapour to condense.
Removing the moisture from the compressed air not only prevents costly breakdowns and production downtime, but also keeps maintenance and repair costs to a minimum.

Energy saving with KAESER

For example: TH 451 – at 40 % flow rate
Annual energy saving: 5,238 €/year
Power consumption TH 451 : 2.5 kW
Power consumption of comparable dryer with hot gas bypass control:
5,9 kW x 93 % = 5.49 kW
(5.49 kW – 2.5 kW) x 8760 hrs/year x 0.20 €/kWh
CO2 reduction: 15.7 t CO2 /year
157 t CO2 / 10 years
(1000 kWh energy = 0.6 t CO2 emissions)

  • Manufacturer:

    TG 301

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 30.8
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 3.1
    • Compressed air connection – DN 80
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1032 x 1270 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 520

    TH 371

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 37.5
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 4.3
    • Compressed air connection – DN 100
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1287 x 1270 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 690

    TH 451

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 45.0
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 5.9
    • Compressed air connection – DN 100
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1287 x 1270 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 690

    TI 521

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 52.5
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 6.7
    • Compressed air connection – DN 150
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1510 x 1438 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 880

    TI 601

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 60.0
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 7.5
    • Compressed air connection – DN 150
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1510 x 1438 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 880

    TI 751

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 75
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 79.4
    • Compressed air connection – DN 150
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1510 x 1438 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 1050

    TI 901

    • Flow rate at 7 bar working pressure m3/min* – 90.0
    • Max. working pressure bar – 16
    • Effective power consumption kW – 11.5
    • Compressed air connection – DN 150
    • Condensate drainage – 2 x R 3/4
    • Dimensions W x D x H mm – 1510 x 1438 x 2162
    • Weight kg – 1200

    Performance data for reference conditions to ISO 7183, option A: ambient temperature +25 °C, air inlet temperature +35 °C, pressure dew point +3 °C. The flow rate changes for other operating conditions.

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