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Even the smallest amount of liquid condensate, if carried through the compressed air network, can cause serious damage to apparatus and processes. It is of paramount importance that all condensate is completely removed from the compressed air circuit.

The condensate drain is a vital component in any compressed air system; its role is to guarantee an efficient removal of all the condensate and impurities present within the compressed air. 50 years experience has allowed Parker Hiross to develop Hyperdrain, designed to satisfy all customer requirements. The range comprises zero-loss electronic capacitive drains, zero-loss mechanical float drains and timed drains. Hyperdrain can be used with all components in the compressed air system.

Zero-loss mechanical float drains


1 - Installation


No need for electrical wiring, as power supply is not required.


2 - Maintenance


 Manual drain valve for system discharge and operational check fitted as standard.


3 - Use


Large cross section outlet valve opening minimizes the chance of blockages for improved reliability

 Timed drains


1 - Installation


Compact dimensions and different voltages available.


2 - Maintenance


 Stainless steel strainer as standard, protects drain from impurities. Standard manual drain valve.


3 - Use


Large condensate inlet & outlet ports prevent blockages.Forced drainage patterns ensures reliability, even in the presence of impurities.

Zero-loss electronic drains


1 - Installation


Condensate inlet (4) rotates for easy top or rear inlet connection (from HDE20X). No programming or calibration required.


2 - Maintenance


Easy drain access and easily removable electrical connector (7) simplify maintenance.


3 - Use


Large cross section diaphgram valve (9) with pilot control improves reliability.

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Timed drains

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Zero-loss Mechanical Float Drains


 


Electronic Condensate Drains

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