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PoleStar Smart-E Refrigeration Dryers

PSE 120 - 1800

• Parker PoleStar Smart-E refrigeration dryers are developed around a state-of-the art aluminium heat exchanger (SmartPack), with a large air/air heat exchanger to pre-cool the incoming compressed air and reduce the energy consumption.
• The highly effi cient SmartPack design, the electronic controlled HGV and the innova-tive micro-channel condensers result in a refrigerant circuit with lower absorbed power and about -40% volume of refrigerant versus traditional solutions.
• The low pressure drops of the SmartPack design and the low absorbed power of the refrigerant circuit, make PoleStar Smart-E a highly competitive solution with lower operat-ing costs vs comparable dryers.
• Electronic controllers, including touch screen versions from PSE 220, providing indication of compressed air temperature, volt free alarm contact, service reminder, data log, alarm history and integral capacitive drain control.
• LED unit status indicator and HP / LP gauges on all models from PSE220 Remote communication protocol, industry 4.0 ready, on all units; web server from model PSE220 and IoT ready from model PSE460.
• The Energy Saving feature enables the dry-ers to save energy at partial load by cycling the refrigerant compressor while cooling the inlet air using the cold reserve stored in the SmartPack mass.
• Variable speed fans from model PSE460, for more saving at partial load and increased condensation stability.
• PoleStar Smart-E dryers utilise compliant scroll refrigeration compressors, offering longer life, lower noise and energy savings of up to 20% compared to piston alternatives.
• All units designed for dual frequency 50/60Hz power supply. Installation fl exibility thanks to reversable side of the inlet and outlet air connections on multi-cooler models (from PSE750).
• R513A refrigerant with Low GWP on all units, in line with the requirements of the F-Gas regulation, protects the environment and prevents from potential disruptions coming from refrigerants with higher GWP.