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Hydrostatic Test on Air-Dryer (Twin Tower Dryer)

Hydrostatic Test on Air-Dryer (Twin Tower Dryer)

Hydrostatic Test on Air-Dryer (Twin Tower Dryer)

Can desiccant dryer run hydrostatic test since one of the component inside is desiccant, is there any problem would happen?


RE: Hydrostatic Test on Air-Dryer (Twin Tower Dryer)

Maybe do the test without desiccant installed?

RE: Hydrostatic Test on Air-Dryer (Twin Tower Dryer)

May I know the reason why desiccant need to be removed? It is might damage the desiccant?

RE: Hydrostatic Test on Air-Dryer (Twin Tower Dryer)

The desiccant will become completely saturated with water and will no longer be capable of functioning following the test.

Additionally, it may become a nasty mess that will be difficult to clean up afterward, or may contaminate other parts causing future failures.

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