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BEKO DRYPOINT® M PLUS DM 20-48 CA-N Membrane Air Dryer

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FOR UP TO 22.00 SCFM INLET FLOW

 

Thanks to the integration of the compressed air filter and the membrane dryer in a single unit, DRYPOINT® M PLUS offers exceptional reliability for every application. By taking advantage of the physical properties, the integrated construction is ideal in terms of airflow and filtration, because highly efficient filtration takes place immediately before the membrane. DRYPOINT® M PLUS compressed air membrane dryers are compact and effective, using the latest Twist 60 technology from BEKO.

KEY FEATURES: DRYPOINT® M PLUS
·  Integrated pre-filtration inside the membrane housing
·  Hassle free installation, includes wall bracket mount
·  Complete protection of your investment
·  Super-fast element change means ultra-low maintenance
·  Peak efficiency using Twist 60 technology

DIMENSIONS & SPECIFICATIONS

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Model Inlet
Flow
Outlet
Flow
A*
(in)
B*
(in)
C*
(in)
D*
(in)
N
NPT Conn
Weight*
(lbs)
Pre-Filter Wall
Mount
DM 20-48 CA -N 22.00 19.90 18.98 (22.57) 3.94 1.34 - 3/4″ 7.66 (7.72) included included

* () dimensions & weight include wall-bracket in unit.

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ALL-IN-ONE
Filtration and drying in a single unit

PERFECT SET-UP
Filtration immediately before the membrane

TWIST 60 TECHNOLOGY
Peak efficiency

EASY AND SIMPLE
Fast element replacement, low maintenance

BUILT-IN
Integral surge diverter

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1 Compressed air runs through the core pipe, and is then
diverted to the membrane element in the housing. The
compressed air, which is still humid, flows through the
highly selective hollow fiber membranes of the membrane
element inside.
2 The purge air, which is required for drying, diverges
continuously at the outlet area of the membrane element,
and expands to atmosphere using a fixed nozzle orifice.
Due to this expansion, the purge air becomes very, very
dry as the water vapor now fills an expanded volume.
The dry purge air flows over and around the exterior of the
membrane fibers.
3 As a result, air flows in one direction outside the
membrane, separated only by the membrane wall. Humid
compressed air flows inside the membrane as dry purge
air passes outside. Due to the difference in moisture
content in the passing airstreams, moisture from the
compressed air is drawn into the purge air. The use of
Twist 60 technology ensures maximum drying efficiency.
4 Dried compressed air leaving the membrane element.
5 Saturated purge air is released back to atmosphere.

 

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PRESSURE CORRECTION FACTORS

Pressure 60 75 90 100 115 130 145 160 175
Factor 0.39 0.57 0.78 1.00 1.19 1.40 1.62 1.87 2.11

Example: DM 10-41 CA
Drying capacity at 100 psig / +100 °F inlet PDP / +35 °F outlet PDP : 6.20 scfm
Factor for 75 psig: 0.57
Drying capacity at 75 psig operating pressure:
6.20 scfm x 0.57 = 3.53 scfm

* The drying capacity and pressure dew point suppression is based on an operating pressure of 100 psig.
Capacities are established in accordance with CAGI Standard No ADF 700:
Membrane Compressed Air Dryers – Method for Testing and Rating. For larger capacities, alternate
pressures or dewpoints please consult BEKO.

Standard operating conditions (max.) +140 °F / 100 psig or +120 °F / 180 psig
Optional operating conditions (max.) +140 °F / 180 psig
Differential pressure 1.45 psid to 4.35 psid
Integrated pre-filter (PLUS versions only) 0.01 μm
Reccomended 1st Stage Pre-filter 1.0 μm
Reccomended 2nd Stage Pre-filter 0.01 μm

PRESSURE DEW POINT SIZING

Inlet PDP +40 °F +100 °F +40 °F +100 °F +40 °F +100 °F +40 °F +100 °F
Outlet PDP +22 °F +65 °F +0 °F +35 °F -30 °F -4 °F -40 °F -20 °F
Inlet Flow Rate (Outlet Flow Rate)
DM 08-14 RA (19 KA-N) 1.83 (1.65) 0.98 (0.81) 0.64 (0.47) 0.58 (0.41)
DM 08-19 RA (24 KA-N) 3.66 (3.31) 2.07 (1.72) 1.44 (1.09) 1.33 (0.98)
DM 08-23 RA (28 KA-N) 5.49 (4.97) 3.10 (2.58) 2.15 (1.63) 2.00 (1.48)
DM 08-29 RA (34 KA-N) 7.32 (6.78) 4.13 (3.43) 2.87 (2.33) 2.63 (2.09)
DM 10-34 CA (-N) 10.45 (9.39) 5.89 (4.83) 4.20 (3.14) 3.85 (2.79)
DM 10-41 CA (-N) 11.00 (9.95) 6.20 (5.10) 4.31 (3.21) 3.90 (2.80)
DM 10-47 CA (-N) 14.60 (13.20) 8.25 (6.85) 5.75 (4.35) 5.20 (3.80)
DM 20-48 CA (-N) 22.00 (19.90) 12.40 (10.30) 8.63 (6.53) 7.90 (5.80)
DM 20-53 CA (-N) 29.30 (26.50) 16.50 (13.70) 11.50 (8.70) 10.50 (7.70)
DM 20-60 CA (-N) 38.30 (34.10) 24.20 (20.00) 17.30 (13.10) 16.00 (11.80)
DM 20-67 CA (-N) 49.30 (44.00) 28.90 (23.60) 20.60 (15.30) 19.00 (13.70)
DM 40-61 CA (-N) 58.10 (53.40) 35.50 (29.10) 25.20 (18.80) 23.50 (17.10)
DM 40-75 CA (-N) 89.50 (80.10) 53.30 (43.90) 37.90 (28.50) 35.30 (25.90)
DM 40-90 CA (-N) 116.00 (103.00) 71.10 (58.40) 50.50 (37.90) 46.80 (34.20)

The drying capacity and pressure dew point suppression is based on an operating pressure of 100 psig. Capacities are established in accordance with CAGI Standard No ADF 700: Membrane Compressed Air Dryers – Method for Testing and Rating. For larger capacities, alternate pressures or dew points please consult BEKO.

 

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