Andrew PMT200 DryLine: A fully automatic device that covers systems with volumes from 0.01 to 1700 liters (0.01 to 60ft superscript 3), this dehydrator enables low- and medium-volume systems to be pressurized with equipment that functions without the need for bypass kits and ancillary airtanks. For remote sites, the PMT200 is an alternative to bottled gas and desiccant dehydrators. The unit minimizes the maintenance associated with nitrogen tanks and manually regenerative systems. The system forces air through a membrane drying cartridge to produce a dewpoint better than -45 degrees C (-50 degrees F).
800-DIAL-4-RF; fax 708-349-5444; www.andrew.com
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