Energy-saving SECOTEC refrigerated dryers, 1340 - 3070 scfm

SECOTEC TG: Compact giants

With the new TG series, KAESER extends its range of energy-saving SECOTEC refrigerated dryers to accommodate flow rates up to 3070 scfm and offers a choice of air- or water-cooled models.

Designed for large-scale industry, these compact giants ensure stable pressure dew point performance even under the toughest of operating conditions - with maximum reliability and minimal life-cycle costs.
The powerful cold storage concept, together with the standard network-capable SIGMA CONTROL SMART controller, ensure material-friendly and energy-saving operation in all load phases. The innovative exhaust air control of the air-cooled variants sets the new standard in terms of operational safety and cost efficiency.

Your advantages

  • Improved operational reliability:
    The SECOTEC TG series refrigerated dryer's innovative exhaust air control, combined with its frequency-controlled radial fan, ensures optimal cooling performance. This not only opens up new savings opportunities when it comes to planning and installation, but also significantly contributes to efficient and material-friendly operation of large refrigerated dryers.
  • Future-proof investment:
    With the climate-friendly R-513A refrigerant, KAESER offers the best solution currently available to assure future supply dependability. This effectively prevents high conversion costs or even imminent decommissioning.
  • Reduce your operating costs even further:
    Thanks to the powerful cold storage concept with SECOPACK LS and perfectly matched multiple compressors, SECOTEC TG refrigerated dryers boast exceptionally efficient partial load control for flow rates up to 3461 cfm within an impressively compact unit that requires minimal maintenance.

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Product details

Innovative exhaust air control with radial fan
The key innovation in the new SECOTEC refrigerated dryers is their radial fan.

Significant space-savings reduce planning and installation costs. Stable pressure dew point performance combined with material-friendly, energy-saving operation thanks to optimal system cooling.

Innovation:

  • According to load, the frequency-controlled radial fan draws off the accumulated exhaust heat from the refrigeration dryer via the cooling air flow.
  • The radial fan is sufficiently powerful to allow standard exhaust air ducting to be connected directly to the refrigeration dryer.
  • The high efficiency dimensioning of the radial fan is also reflected in the low power consumption performance of SECOTEC TG refrigeration dryers.
  • Thermal overload - caused by hot exhaust air being drawn back in as cooling air - is safely avoided.
  • Compared to conventional ventilation systems using air hoods and auxiliary fans: No unnecessary removal of air from the room. This minimizes exhaust air flow which means smaller diameter ducting can be used. There is no longer any need for an auxiliary fan. 
  • Independent exhaust air control and high residual thrust allow direct connection to the compressor collector ducts.  

R-513A: A future-proof refrigerant
R-513A

The use of small volumes of the future-proof R-513A refrigerant provides security of supply for maintenance work throughout the entire life of the refrigerated dryer.

Innovation:

  • The use of greenhouse gases is becoming ever more strictly regulated throughout the world. Installation of highly compact heat exchangers - such as SECOPACK LS and micro-channel condensers - considerably reduces refrigerant demand.
  • The greenhouse gas potential of R-513A is significantly lower compared to the refrigerants that have commonly been used in refrigerated dryers up until now.
  • R-513A is equivalent to R-134a. It is neither toxic nor flammable.

Technical specifications

Standard version

Model Flow rate cfm Pressure loss psi Electrical power consumption at 50 % vol. hp Electrical power consumption at 100% vol. hp Working pressure psi Ambient temperature °F Inlet temperature °F Weight lb Dimensions W x D x H in Compressed air connection Condensate drain connection Power supply Refrigerant Refrigerant mass as CO2 equivalent t Global warming potential Refrigerant mass lb
TG 450 1,342 1.45 3.22 6.84 44 - 232 38 - 122 38 - 140 1,404 40.4 x 65.2 x 83.7 4 ANSI class 150 ¼ NPT 460 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz R 513A 2.7 631 9.48
TG 520 1,554 2.03 3.86 8.03 44 - 232 38 - 122 38 - 140 1,451 40.4 x 65.2 x 83.7 4 ANSI class 150 ¼ NPT 460 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz R 513A 2.7 631 9.59
TG 650 1,907 1.16 4.36 9.63 44 - 189 38 - 122 38 - 140 1,552 40.4 x 65.2 x 83.7 6 ANSI class 150 ¼ NPT 460 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz R 513A 4 631 14.11
TG 780 2,331 1.89 5.24 12.1 44 - 189 38 - 122 38 - 140 1,543 40.4 x 65.2 x 83.7 6 ANSI class 150 ¼ NPT 460 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz R 513A 3.8 631 13.23
TG 980 3,072 2.9 7.47 19.98 44 - 189 38 - 122 38 - 140 1,682 40.4 x 65.2 x 83.7 6 ANSI class 150 ¼ NPT 460 V / 3 Ph / 60 Hz R 513A 4.98 631 17.42