CommScope DryLine Sahara membrane-based dehydration

Thursday, 19 April, 2012 | Supplied by: CommScope Solutions Singapore Pte Ltd

CommScope’s DryLine Sahara provides a reliable way to get a handle on humidity. It features an air circuit path that can support large volume systems in a fraction of the space of traditional solutions.

The device works by using automatic pressure sensing and microprocessor control circuitry to activate and deactivate an air compressor. The compressor operates only when needed to maintain transmission line pressure, which reduces wear and maintenance. It doesn’t rely on internal tanks and regulators, so it constantly changes the air inside the cable to ensure maximum system performance.

The membrane cartridge design eliminates the parts required for pressure swings or heat regenerative dehydration.

Other advantages include: reduced noise and vibration; no cost for replacing nitrogen tanks or silica desiccant; enhanced range with support for systems up to 31,200 L/31 m3.

In addition to these benefits, the device occupies 80% less space than the previous industry standard for broadcast market dehydrators. It fits on a bench or the floor, even in crowded areas. Power, air and alarm connections are also easily accessible from the back of the cabinet.

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