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Desiccant Dryer, 5 Stage, 30 CFM

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Price: $621.50 / each

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  • Item # 2YNL6
  • Mfr. Model # 2YNL6
  • UNSPSC # 40151610
  • Catalog Page # 3657
  • Shipping Weight 26.1 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • Item5 Stage Desiccant Dryer
  • TypeDry Air
  • ISO Class2
  • CFM50
  • Dew Point (Deg. F)-30
  • Max. SCFM @ 100 PSI30
  • Total Capacity (Cu.-Ft.)12,500
  • Inlet/Outlet NPTF (In.)1/2
  • (M)NPT Outlet (In.)1/2
  • Max. Operating PSI250
  • Max. Operating Temp. (F)120
  • Microns40 and 5
  • Element MaterialSintered Bronze
  • Desiccant MaterialSilica Gel
  • BowlMetal
  • Bowl Size (Lb.)6.7
  • Height (In.)27
  • Width (In.)4
  • Length (In.)15-1/2
  • ApplicationDry Air
  • Package Quantity1

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by cost effective and easy to use This product works very well in lower cfm needs. For the cost comparison to higher cfm versus production, this is a very good product. If there would be the same style and build in about 50% higher cfm it would be excellent for our applications. March 23, 2012
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following:
The 5 stages of this unit are

40 micron water removing filter with 9 oz. bowl, sight glass, and overnight drain;
.01 micron oil removing filter with 9 oz. bowl, sight glass, and overnight drain;
1 gallon desiccant filter to remove all water; Filter/Regulator with 3 micron filter,
9 oz. bowl, and sight glass to protect the regulator from any desiccant dust, and
regulator gauge; Unit comes with ball valve and 1 gallon of desiccant beads.

We do not currently offer a unit with 2 dryers.

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We recently purchased this product and are interested in mounting the filter using the top mount holes. Do you have the dimensions of the holes or a model of the part that we can use to get the proper hole cut-outs.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following:

The manufacturer states the proper way to mount this item is to brace the ½” piping running in and out of the unit.

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customer says desiccant beads may have been shooting out of spray hose. turns out the desicant level is low.
what are common causes of this, and recommendations to resolve?
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You would want to verify that the system is not operating above the pressure or CFM rating of this unit, as that would cause the desiccant to be blown out of the reservoir. Barring that you may need to check the unit to see if it has been damaged in any way, of there is a chance the unit has been installed in reverse.

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