Dryers

Quincy compressors are complemented by a wide selection of dryers and accessories. Working together, our products form a complete solution for all your compressed air needs. Keep reading to learn more.




Refrigerated Dryers

Quincy refrigerated dryers play the important role of removing condensation from compressor systems. Without a dryer, moisture can accumulate in a compressor. With this moisture comes dirt and other particulate matter, which can cause oxidation and other types of premature wear on delicate compressor components. A refrigerated dryer eliminates the problem by cooling moisture in the air to approximately 37°F, where it condenses and can be removed from the compressor system by way of an automatic drain.

Quincy manufactures three main refrigerated dryer product lines: the QPNC non-cycling dryer, the QED cycling dryer, and the QRHT compact high temperature dryer. The QPNC uses a two-stage heat exchanger configuration to deliver consistent performance when handling smaller, constant loads. Key features of the QPNC include an easy-to-use control panel that allows you to adjust the system for maximum efficiency with zero loss drains. Depending on their configuration, QPNC refrigerated dryers can provide a maximum 230 psig pressure at volumes between 10-3000 CFM.

Refrigerated Dryers

QED cycling dryers are among the most efficient products on the market today. They feature a three-stage configuration with a heat exchanger that allows the refrigeration system to be turned on and off as necessary. Our cycling dryers do not require cooling in a glycol bath and are designed to automatically adjust as the operating environment changes.

Finally, our QRHT product line features a space-saving design that combines an air-cooled aftercooler, refrigerated dryer, moisture separator, zero-loss drain and coalescing filter in one device. A total system solution for your air cooling needs, the QRHT delivers up to 232 psig at between 25 and 125 CFM.

All Quincy refrigerated dryers can be counted on to deliver exceptional performance in any situation. Our products are backed by a comprehensive warranty as well as support from our nationwide team of compressed air experts.




Desiccant Dryers

Desiccant dryers differ from refrigerated dryers in that, rather than cooling air to remove moisture, they rely on a desiccant to adsorb potential contaminants. Quincy manufactures four main product lines of desiccant dryer. Our heatless dryers (QHD series) are affordable to purchase and operate, and they feature microprocessor controls and 15% purge rates.

For heavier-duty applications, upgrade to our heated (QHP) series of products. These dryers require less air to regenerate the desiccant and are available with the optional Quincy MicroBurst Regeneration (MBR) system. When set up properly, a QHP desiccant dryer equipped with MBR technology can cut purge requirements in half, saving you money and helping you realize a return on your investment in as little as five months.

Other available products include the QBP blow purge desiccant dryer, which is our most efficient dryer, with purge rates down to 1.75%. QBP dryers are also NEMA-4 compliant and feature some of our lowest operating and maintenance costs. We also offer the QMOD, a modular heatless system for light-duty use.

Desiccant Dryers



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  1. QPNC Non-Cycling Dryer
    QPNC Non-Cycling Dryer

    Best Suited For Smaller Systems Expecting Fairly Constant Loads.

    39°F dewpoint

    10 – 4,000 cfm

    150 psig max

    Non-cycling flow schematic

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  2. QHD Heatless Desiccant Dryer

    Quincy QHD heatless desiccant dryers use a small portion of dried, compressed air to purge and regenerate the off-line tower.

    Initial cost: Low

    Operating cost: Moderate to high

    -40° to -100°F dew point

    230 – 3,400 cfm

    15% purge

    Microprocessor control

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  3. QED and QPCD Cycling Dryer

    Most Efficient Drying Technology Available.

    35°F dewpoint

    10 – 4,000 cfm

    150 psig max

    Cycling flow schematic

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  4. QRHT Compact High Temperature Dryer

    The revolutionary QRHT air dryer for air compressor applications features five components, each of which performs a separate but vital function.

    39°F dewpoint

    25 – 125 cfm

    175 psig max

    Space-saving 3-in-1 design

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  5. QHP Heated Purge Desiccant Dryer

    The QHP series of heated desiccant dryers features a built-in heating system that regenerates the offline tower using half the amount of air as our heatless products.

    Initial cost: Moderate

    Operating cost: Moderately low

    Maintenance cost: Low

    -40° to -100°F dew point

    850 – 3,400 cfm

    3.5% to 7% purge

    Low-watt density heaters

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  6. QBP Blower Purge Desiccant Dryer

    Quincy QBP dryers combine heat with forced ambient air for regeneration.

    Initial cost: High

    Operating cost: Moderately low

    Maintenance cost: Moderately low

    +20° to -40°F dew point

    210 – 3,400 cfm

    1.75% Average Purge

    NEMA 4

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  7. QMOD Heatless Modular Desiccant Dryer

    The Quincy QMOD use a small portion of dried compressed air to regenerate the offline tower.

    Initial cost: Low

    Operating cost: Moderate to high

    Maintenance cost: Low

    -40°F to -100°F dew point

    8 – 365 cfm

    18% purge

    CRN Approved

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