After-Cooler PDS series
Rotary Twin Screw, Single-Stage, Oil-cooled
Free air delivery (m3/min)
Rated operating pressure - Mpa [kgf/cm2] [psi]
Compressor capacity ( L )
Discharge Air Temperature
Air outlet valve
3/4"X1, Air Chuck 3/8"X1
Rated output ( kW (PS)/min'1 )
17.0 (23.1) /3,600
Engine oil capacity L
Fuel tank capacity L
DIMENSION AND WEIGHT
Length X Width X Height ( mm )
1,395 X 770 X 880
Dry (Operating) weight ( kg )
Sound power level dB
Sound pressure level dB[A]
Designated emissions regulation
JPN Stage 3
Adiabatic expansion within a high-load device such as a concrete breaker. rapidly cools compressed air, resulting in water droplets that can scatter from the breaker's exhaust or can freeze in some areas during winter. But since the integrated After-Cooler cools, condenses and eliminates moisture in the compressed air, the discharged air from PDS-C contains only a small amount of water. This functionality proves its true value in chipping and sandblasting operations.
Do you have the following experiences ?
All are caused by moisture within the compressed air !
As the After-cooler cools and condenses the moisture in the compressed air, the discharged air contains only a small amount of water.
Quantity of water generated from the discharged air.
If the breaker is being used for 4 hours
1.8L X 3 bottles
Eliminate moisture from the discharged air.
Moisture from the discharged air
Atmospheric pressure, 30°C, 70%RH 100 for a standard device
Moisture remove by 70%
Reduce the temperature of discharged air.
Discharged air temperature.
Atmospheric pressure. 30°C, 70%RH, Full load.
Discharged air temperature descend by 50%