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Air Dryer, Desiccant, 50 CFM, 39.8 Flow
- Item # 2DBA8
- Mfr. Model # DHW50-F
- UNSPSC # 40151610
- Catalog Page # 3660
- Shipping Weight 179.0 lbs.
- Item Air Dryer
- Type Desiccant
- ISO Class 2
- CFM 50
- Dew Point (Deg. F) -40
- Voltage 120/110
- Full Load Amps 0.6
- Hz 60/50
- Phase 1
- Inlet Flow Capacity @ 100 PSI 50
- Outlet Flow Capacity @ 100 PSI 39.8
- Inlet/Outlet NPTF (In.) 1/2
- Max. Working Pressure (PSI) 150
- Min. Working Pressure (PSI) 50
- Max. Inlet Temp. (Deg. F) 120
- Max. Ambient Temp. (F) 120
- Pressure Drop 5 psi
- Cycle 4 minute
- Timer Solid State
- Exhaust Muffler Purge
- Diffuser SS
- Control Panel Front Mounted, Lighted On/Off, Flow Circuitry and Active Tower Indicator LEDs
- Mount Wall
- Height (In.) 43-3/8
- Width (In.) 24-3/8
- Depth (In.) 8-1/2
- Includes Prefilter, After filter
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