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Point-of-use membrane dryers prove popular for wide variety of applications

22 January 2016

Since Hi-line Industries completely re-engineered its market-leading range of Hi-DRI compressed air membrane dryers, the company reports that strong uptake has seen these technologically advanced units sold into a wide variety of applications. 

The many notable features differentiating Hi-DRI compressed air membrane dyers from competitor units include a patented arrangement of structurally packed, permeable hollow fibres that are spirally wound on a support core. 

Another factor in the ongoing success of Hi-DRI systems is their compact, ‘in-line’ design. This makes life easy for compressed air system specifiers and designers, and ensures the products are ideal for in-line installations that guarantee the delivery of dehydrated compressed air to the point of use. 

Tel: 01283 533377 enquiries@hilineindustries.com www.hilineindustries.com


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