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1 306-GB-5.5-06.2009/T · Technical chan
306-GB-5.5-06.2009/T · Technical changes and errors reserved.Our ranges of services include the following: Energy ef cient systems developmentPlant design and engineeringSystem control and visualisation Oil-free piston, screw and turbo compressors Oil injected screw compressorsCompressed air treatmentCompressed air distribution and storageCompressed air accessoriesCompressed air ser customers from mechanical engineering, industry and trade have developing and manufacturing ware of the fact that BOGE AIR is more than just ordinary compressed air: utmost safety, outstanding efÞ ciency, excellent quality, maximised ß exibility along with dependable service are the ingredients to transform BOGE AIR into air to work with Ð in Germany, in Europe and in more than 80 countries around the world. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 1 2 3 4 5 633 be treated prior to discharge into a foul water network. In the case of a simple suspension oil can be separated from water by gravity, on site, by using a cost effective BOGE oil/water separator.The compressor condensate ß ows under . Coarse dirt particles are retained . Gravity causes reservoir. Oil then ß ows into the overß ow proof oil collection reservoir . The pre-cleaned condensate ß ows into the Þ lter stage. The condensate ß ows from the inside to the outside of the pre-Þ lter oil droplets in its material. Additionally, any ß oating oil is gathered in the Þ lter chamber. reliably retained in the main Þ lter cartridge so that the remaining water, now Þ t for direct discharge, can be released into the foul water drain. The Þ lter cartridge is quick and very Type Piston compressors Piston compressors Screw compressors Dimensions Max. compressor output in Max. compressor output in Max. compressor output in …WAMAT 101,9220 x 222 x AMAT 113,8375 x 254 x 595…WAMAT 125,6544 x 350 x 702…WAMAT 1411,3594 x 410 x 872…WAMAT 1522,5764 x 520 x 1090…WAMAT 1645,0939 x 650 x 1160 Output details for central European climate. www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.BOGE Oil/Water separatorOPTIMUM SEPARATION A simple visual test indicates whether the Þ lter is due for replacement. Comparing samples quickly not the Þ lter efÞciency is still adequate. They require no energy nor too much maintenance. FILTER MONITORINGThe large overß ow is designed to prevent Þ lter is thus avoided. www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 31 air. The amount produced depends entirely on humidity, ambient temperatures and the volume of air generated. Condensate is produced in different quantities in different places within the compressed air network, i.e. when the temperature of the compressed air falls below the pressure dew point. Due to their absolute cient condensate management. Float drain85 mm, H = 185 mm ConnectionIn , Out G Max. compressor output Max. dryer output use for*Dimensions in mmConnectionType/min 100% saturatedBekomat 31a, b164 x 65 x 118G Bekomat 32a, b179 x 74 x 127G Bekomat 12a 65 x 150 x 141G Bekomat 13a 93 x 212 x 162G a120 x 252 x 180G a, b280 x 280 x 280G * Output Þ gures based on central European climate conditionsa = condensate with oilb = oilfree, aggressive condensate www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.SIMPLE OPERATING PRINCIPLEFloat operated drains work

2 very simply That means A potential fre
very simply That means A potential free www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 29 Compressed Air Storage Compressed air receivers with higher operating pressures are available upon request Dimensions in mmWeightAir CDEF Horizontal receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar 50 780 300 380 380 400 32014 30G 2 x 1 sleeve on the back 90 995 350 390 500 550 33014 37G 1501360 400 410 480 800 35014 66G 2701540 500 570 625 800 50019 100G 3501610 550 620 660 900 55019 125G 5001730 600 670 7051100 60024 150G 1 7501828 750 730 8561100 66024 220G 1 10002070 800 790 8851200 72024 285G 1or 1 manhole 200021701150120013251300110023 555G 1 300026751250135014501500125023 765G 1 5000350014001500160022001400231170G 110000537016001600170037001550182100DN 100DN 100BCFheight Vertical receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar 2701765 500 500 460131780 100G 1 3501835 550 550 510131845 125G 1G 5001980 600 655 525222070 150G 1 7502084 750 750 620222130 220G 1 10002340 800 800 670222400 285G 1 20002390115010001000232510 555G 2 30002790125012501150232865 765G 2 500037301400140013002338001170G 2 500037301400140013002338001180DN 100DN 100100005590160016001340Ð56602100DN 100DN 100 Dimensions in mmWeightAir LitresABCDEFHorizontal receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 16 bar 50 780 300 380 380 400 32014 37G 1501310 400 410 480 800 35014 74G 2501380 500 570 625 800 50019 113G 3501600 550 620 660 900 55019 145G 5001780 600 670 7051100 60024 180G 1 7501860 750 730 8561100 66024 275G 1 10002100 800 790 8851200 72024 355G 1or 1 manhole 200021701150120013251300110023 720G 1 300026751250135014501500125023 935G 1 5000327014001500160022001400231340G 110000537016001600170037001550182940DN 100DN 100BCFheight Vertical receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 16 bar 2501605 500 500 380131615 113G 1 3501835 550 550 510131845 145G 1G 5001995 600 600 525222100 180G 1 7502110 750 750 620222155 275G 1 10002340 800 800 670222400 355G 1or 1 manhole 20002410115011501000232510 720G 2 30002790125012501150232865 935G 2 500037301400140013002338001340G 2 500037301400140013002338001350DN 100DN 100100005590160016001340Ð56602940DN 100DN 100 www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Filter/Water separators (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Connections either side for easy installation. Pressure relief valve with gauge (max. 25 bar)Compact design. Connections either side for easy installation. Lubricator (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Integrated quantity compensation. Combined (Þ lter/pressure relief valve with gauge (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Manual or automatic condensate discharge. Pressure relief valve has secondary venting. Simple locking device when adjusting pressures. Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70175203273273), 6 bar secondary pressure (pp = 1 bar according to DIN ISO 69532,03,05,56,5Fastening bracket (wall mounting), coupling set, 30 micron Þ lter set, 5 micron Þ lter set, 30 micron Þ lter/regulator cartridge, 5 micron Þ lter/regulator cartridge. Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70140171224224 Rating at 6 bar pressure (p and pressure drop 3,44,44,67,5 Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 7010598134134 Rating at 10 bar pressure (p), 6 bar secondary pressure (pp = 1 bar according to DIN ISO 69532,03,27,08,0 Size of connection

3 Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40
Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70120158202202 Rating at 6 bar pressure (p) and pressure dropVp = 1 bar1,82,03,23,5 www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 27 Compressed Air Treatment | ConvertersOPERATING PRINCIPLE–natural substances present in our atmosphere. The catalyst material iscompact granules in a container with compressed air circulating around it. In the process, both oil droplets and oil aerosols are cracked providing for the production of absolutely oil-free compressed air to achieve quality class 1 (ISO 8573-1). The investment and operating costs of a BC converter are lower when compared innovative catalyst system only ultra clean condensate is produced – meaning the system Type Flow rate atMax.over-Weight7 bar45 bar/minm/minbarkWAVkWh/mmmkg1Ð15102300,010 0,5650x461x11381302Ð155,0164000,010 0,5965x400x15182404Ð155,0164000,010 0,5965x400x15182607Ð155,0164000,010 0,61075x580x171833010Ð7,0204000,007 0,61075x580x171838015ÐDN 5010,0204000,007 0,61460x710x195060020ÐDN 6514,0324000,007 0,51460x710x195071025ÐDN 6518,0324000,007 0,51460x710x195080040ÐDN 8028,0644000,005 0,52220x900x2240150050Ð28,0644000,005 0,52244x900x22401700Ð6451,2102300,010 2,5965x400x1518130Ð12455,0164000,006 2,5965x400x1518240 Working pressurebar456789101112131415f10,630,751,251,381,501,631,751,882,00 Working pressurebar51020304045f10,130,240,670,89For differing operating pressures the following conversion factors should to be applied:Factors for 7-bar versions (BC series)Factors for 45-bar versions (BC…HP series)S 40-2, Pressure:, free air delivery: 4,63 mConversion factor: BC 4, nominal capacity at 7 bar: 4 m ow rate: 4 m(= max. permissible FAD of connected compressor)Calculation of min.  ow rate (70 %) of BC 4: 0.7 x 5.52 m(= required min. FAD of connected compressor) mdi - Manufacturers Distributor, Incwww.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. of approximately 5 watt/m³. There is no lter, either, OIL FREE CONDENSATE. This completely eliminates With an expected service life of 15,000 Additionallyconverter does not use a Þ lter, which means there are no Þ lter element changes ever HIGH OPERATING DEPENDABILITYdownstream of compressor is ideal. Typical applications:¥medical science (breathing air)¥food industr¥pharmaceutical industry¥chemical industryelectronics industry¥and many more www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 25 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersEnsures clean compressed air with a long service life: the lowest residual oil content (0.003 mg/m³) the activated carbon adsorber is designed to eliminate oil aerosols that may have penetrated the intake air. The BOGE activated carbon adsorbers are ideal for the most stringent air TypeCapacity*DimensionsConnectionMax. PressureWeight/hcfmDCZ 4 8 5219 x 210 x 390159219 x 210 x 5652515219 x 210 x 8153521563372428650DCZ 1810562245 x 400 x 1380G 11645,014585200118255150350206420247620365750441940553 Higher capacities are available upon request*m/h at 1 bar to DIN ISO 7183 Receiver as per PED individual acceptance / CE standard bar456789101214160,620,750,891,361,621,792,14 Temp. ¡C2025304045501,011,011,010,850,750,50eff. capacityfactor P x T Volume ß ow 150 mMin. operating pressure 8 bar (g)Max. inlet temperature +40¡Cfactor P from table 1.08factor T from table 0.85Conversion factor: Pressure T www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com DCZ 4 Ð DCZ 14DCZ 18

4 Ð DCZ 161 B T B T H H BOGE AIR. THE AI
Ð DCZ 161 B T B T H H BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Activated Carbon Adsorbers PRE-FILTERSquality a BOGE pre-Þ lter should be installed To protect against oil and water droplets and vice life, BOGE microÞ carbon adsorber.OIL CHECK INDICATORA deep, premium quality, active carbon bed ow speed Flow capacity: 8 Ð 940 m³/h, 5 Ð 553 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 230 psig www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 23 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersFor ultra clean compressed air in extreme conditions: is achieved in several stages. Pre- lters are used to separate coarse impurities from the compressed air. Smaller solids and oil can be removed by means of micro lters. Finally active carbon  lters are used to clean oil vapours, aromatics,  avourings and odours from the compressed air. This assures oil free and clean compressed air even in extreme conditions! BOGE TypeWeightFilter element/NumberBCDkg Aluminium housing with threaded connector as per DIN 2999V 5 167 14 60 0,81/5 VV 10 50 209 21 75 1,51/10 VV 12 70 209 21 90 1,51/12 V 279 21160 1,71/20 V 315 43135 4,31/30 VG 1130 415 43235 5,01/50 V 515 43335 5,51/80 V 715 43525 6,91/120 VG 2164 823 48520 9,61/160 VG 21641073 4877017,91/250 V Steel housing with  DN 80380530 54,01/250 VDN 804401310205530 80,01/400 VDN 1005001440230550108,0 Max. operating pressure 16 bar, incl. automatic condensate drain, differential pressure gauge from V 10 onwards, relative to 20 ¡C and 1 bar absolute at 7 bar over pressure bar Over-pressure123456789100,250,380,50,630,750,881,131,251,38 Differential pressure and ef ciency Differential pressure in clean condition EfÞ ciency99,99 % relative to 3 µm Higher pressures and capacities are available upon request BOGE Type ConnectionDimensions in mmWeightWeightNumber/TypeABCkgFP or A Aluminium housing with threaded connector as per DIN 2999FP 5/A 5 60 165 14120 0,8 1,61/ 5 FP/AFP 10/A 10 50 87 215 21174 1,5 3,01/ 10 FP/AFP 12/A 12 70 87 215 21174 1,5 3,01/ 12 FP/A 87 285 21174 1,7 3,41/ 20 FP/A130 325 43260 4,3 8,91/ 30 FP/AG 1130 425 43260 5,0 10,71/ 50 FP/A130 525 43260 5,5 11,61/ 80 FP/A130 725 43260 6,9 14,2G 2164 825 48340 9,6 19,7G 2164107548340 17,9 Steel housing with  80380760 54,0FFP 400/AF 4002920DN 804401320205880 80,0FFP 490/AF 4903700DN 10050014402301000108,0 Max. operating pressure 16 bar, incl. automatic condensate drain on model FP 5 onwards, differential pressure gauge on model FP 10 onwards, relative to 20 ¡C and 1 bar absolute at 7 bar over pressure, technical data for series FP and A are identical bar Over-pressure123456789100,250,380,500,630,750,881,131,251,38Conversion factor f at other operating pressuresConversion factor f at other operating pressures www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com FP 10 to FP 250 FFP 250 to FFP 490 Combination of FP Þ lter and A 10 to 250 Combination of FFP Þ lter and AF 250 to 490 V 10 to V 250 VF 250 to VF 490 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Pre-Þ lters MicroÞ lter and Activated Carbon Filters Pre-Þ lter MicroÞ lter and active carbon Þ lter LAYOUTIt is recommended that a pre-Þ lter is yer and the microÞ . They are dusty or when high oil carry over is a risk.BOGE pre-Þ lters are 99.99 percent cient based on 3 µm,YOUTMicroÞ lters with or without active carbon lters are best used as main Þcompressed air line or as point of use Þ lters.BOGE microÞ lters are 99.99 percent cient based on 0

5 .01 µm.content after a microÞ lter is
.01 µm.content after a microÞ lter is 0.01 mg/m³, in combination with active carbon Þ lters. Differential pressure and ef ciency Differential pressure in clean condition EfÞ 99,99999 % relative to 0,01 µm Residual oil content max. 0,01 mg/m Residual oil content = 0,003 mg/m99,99999 % relative to 0,01 µm Higher pressures and capacities are available upon request www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com Z 20 Ð Z 37521 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersThe BOGE heavy-duty cyclone separators takes liquids, aerosols and solids from the compressed air. Based on the law of inertia they operate with practically no maintenance – ideally installed downstream of the compressor. Type Flow capacity*air connectionMax. operating 8 bar10 bar13 barbarmmmmZ 20 2,28 2,91 3,6416 80260Z 40 4,13 5,25 6,5616 95280Z 65 6,88 8,7510,93G 116110355Z 9010,0812,8416,0316110355Z 12513,7517,5021,8816150470Z 17018,2623,2429,05G 216150470Z 27530,2538,5048,1316180580Z 37541,2552,9265,6316180580* relates to the compressorÕs intake condition (+ 20¡C, 1 bar) www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.BEKOMATAn electronically level controlled, loss-free, Bekomat condensate drain can be Þ tted as Ðsaving energy. LAYmounted vertically.of a vortex cartridge and a reservoir.compressed air into rotary movement. the separator by their own mass inertia. water to separate and ß ow into the collection reservoir. www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 19 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersEnergy efHeat regenerated adsorption dryers are ideally suited for -40°C). Ambient air is taken and heated under vacuum to regenerate the desiccant. This process enables ef cient compressed air drying resulting in energy savings of up to 25 percent in comparison with traditional systems. Type Volume of  ow*ConnectionWidthWeightPower/minm/hcfmmmmmmmkgkWh/hDAV 757,0 420 241 DN 4012151955 992 460DAV 85 293 DN 4012142204 992 560DAV 10510,7 640 370 DN 50130622471082 750DAV 14514,2 850 487 DN 50136022711120 800DAV 20019,7 1180 681DN 80156026641264 115010,9DAV 25025,0 1500 863 DN 80161026801279 135012,8DAV 33033,0 19801141 DN 80170027301585 172016,3DAV 39039,223501353DN 100202028451447188018,1DAV 45548,829301688DN 100208028701580235022,5DAV 55559,235502047DN 100217029401740285027,8DAV 68568,341002365DN 150245031901780400032,2DAV 79079,047402735DN 150255032102110410038,9DAV 87587,552503029DN 150255032301955420044,9DAV 1035103,562103582DN 150260035001910495052,3DAV 1185118,371004094DN 150265035201940570056,4DAV 1335133,380004611DN 200310035852180640067,1DAV 1535153,392005306DN 200315036052300740075,6DAV 1800180,0108006224DN 200325036702355870085,3DAV 2050205,0123007088DN 2503500385525151150098,9DAV 2415241,7145008359DN 25036003895257013500111,4*m/h at 1 bar to DIN 7183. Higher capacities and lower pressure dewpoints down to Ð70 ¡C are available upon request. Receiver as per PED individual acceptance / CE standard Temperature456789100,690,800,901,061,170,440,620,801,051,161,280,280,420,590,790,880,96 T dryer capacityeff. capacity Selected type DAV 685. To calculate the max. dryer capacity(DAV 685) = 4100 m Reserve dryer capacitymax. dryer capacity Ð volume ß owVolume ß ow 3000 mMin. operating pressure 5 bar (g)Max. inlet temperature +30¡CPressure dew point -25¡CFactor from table 0.80Conversion factors, depending on pressure and temperature www.BogeSales.com |

6 Sales@BogeSales.com DAV 75 Ð DAV 2415
Sales@BogeSales.com DAV 75 Ð DAV 2415 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Adsorption dryers DAV 75DAV 2415including pre-Þ lter and after-Þ lterMODULAR SYSTEMOptions: controlled regeneration air; , clearly displays operating parameters such as pressure, temperature, cycle, vacuum pump, and changeover Ð for safe and efÞ cient operation.FILTRA lter as standard. Which means before drying, all solids and aerosols up to 0.01 µm assuring best possible quality.¥ Two-layer desiccant bed, balanced¥ Active heating under vacuum- ¥ Low regeneration temperature of the¥ Intensive cooling using vacuum¥ Pressure build-up on the wet side¥ Changeover without pressuredew point peak. Moisture in thenever reaches the drying zone.Flow capacity: 420 Ð 14500 m³/h, 241 Ð 8359 cfmMax. operating pressure: 10 bar, 150 psig www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 17 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe easy way to dry compressed air: dryers achieve a pressure dew point of -40°C. They can be conto reach -70°C. Such dewpoints eliminate the risk of downstream condensate especially in the case of an external airline. Adsorption dryers do not contain any CFCs and are therefore neither ozone depleting nor do they have any impact on the environment. Type Capacity*Regeneration Air(1 bar, +20°C) Air Outlet (minimal) (1 bar, +20°C) Pressure Loss Weight/hcfmm/hcfmm/hcfmDAU 1 N 5 3 0,85 0,5 4,1 2,4 65300x121x343GDAU 2 N 10 6 1,70 1,0 8,1 4,8 95300x121x591G 11DAU 3 N 15 9 2,55 1,5 12,2 7,2115300x121x853G 15DAU 5 N 25 15 4,25 2,5 20,3 11,9250300x121x1377G 24DAU 6 N 35 20 5,95 3,5 28,4 16,7 75531x195x665G1 29DAU 8 N 50 30 8,50 5,0 40,6 23,9100531x195x917G1 38DAU 11 N 65 40 11,10 6,5 52,8 31,1125531x195x1169G1 48DAU 13 N 80 45 13,60 8,0 65,0 38,2170531x195x1421G1 57DAU 17 N 100 60 17,00 10,0 61,3 36,0250531x195x1673G1 67 *Capacity relative to 1 bar according to DIN ISO 7183 Temperature Operating pressure bar (g)456789101112131415160,690,820,961,101,241,381,501,501,501,501,501,501,500,961,101,241,381,501,501,501,501,501,501,500,630,750,881,131,261,381,501,501,501,501,501,500,480,580,680,770,870,961,061,161,251,351,451,501,500,380,450,530,600,680,750,830,900,981,051,131,201,280,300,360,420,480,540,600,660,720,780,840,900,961,02Design: DAU 1 N – DAU 17 N, Correction factor f Vcorr = o calculate the max. dryer capacitySelected type DAU 3 N.Volume ß ow 22 mMin. operating pressure 10 bar (Ÿ)Max. inlet temperature +30¡CFactor from table 1.50 www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com DAU 1 N Ð DAU 17 N BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Heatless adsorption dryer DAU 1 NDAU 17 N lter as standard. Even before drying, all possible quality.REGENERATION. wet tower is purged via a stream of dry air that is Þ nally vented to atmosphere.INLET AND OUTLET VALVESyer.Flow capacity: 5 Ð 100 m³/h, 3 Ð 60 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 15 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe all-in one package for dry compressed air: compressed air pressure dew points below +3°C. The heatless BOGE adsorption dryers can reach dew points of -70°C (standard -40°C). the adsorption eliminating the need for any external power supply. BOGE Capacity* DimensionsCon-WeightTypem/hcfm W/D/H mmnectionkg**DAZ 4 8 5 312x 210x 390G DAZ 5 15 9 312x 210x 565G 13DAZ 6 25 15 359x 210x 815G 17DAZ 8 35 21 359x 210x1065G 25DAZ 9 56

7 33 436x 300x1185G 52DAZ 11 72 42 43
33 436x 300x1185G 52DAZ 11 72 42 436x 300x1410G 65DAZ 14 86 50 436x 300x1610G 77DAZ 1810562670x 510x1445G 1125DAZ 26 145 85 670x 515x1690G 1 143DAZ 36 200 118 670x 530x1710G 1 178DAZ 46 255 150 710x 535x1770G 1 218DAZ 61 350 206 841x 570x1790G 1DAZ 71 420 247 841x 570x1815G 1DAZ 101 620 365 841x 590x1845G 1DAZ 126 750 441 1010x 610x1980G 2 430DAZ 161 940 5531010x 630x2000G 2 505DAZ 2011200 7061060x 840x2080DN 50 640DAZ 2611550 9121270x 900x2120DN 65 830DAZ 341200011761350x 990x2160DN 65 955DAZ 421250014701530x1040x2210DN 801075DAZ 501300017641600x1100x2255DN 801500DAZ 646380022351875x1200x2385DN 1001990DAZ 811485028521925x1250x2660DN 1002410DAZ 1021610035872160x1565x2820DN 1252850 BOGE Capacity* Dimensions WeightTypem/hcfm W/D/H mmDACZ 4 8 5 445x210x 390G 12DACZ 5 15 9 445x210x 565G 17DACZ 6 25 15 492x210x 815G 24DACZ 8 35 21 492x210x1065G 34DACZ 9 56 33 629x300x1185G 72DACZ 11 72 42 629x300x1410G 90DACZ 14 86 50 629x300x1610G DACZ 1810562870x510x1445G 1158DACZ 26 145 85 870x515x1690G 1 183DACZ 36 200 118 1010x530x1710G 1 235DACZ 46 255 150 1075x535x1770G 1 295DACZ 61 350 206 1096x570x1790G 1DACZ 70 420 2471145x570x1815G 1DACZ 101 620 3651295x590x1845G 1DACZ 126 750 4411610x610x1980G 2570DACZ 161 940 5531650x630x2000G 2 685 Upon request* Capacity in m/h at 1 bar to DIN ISO 7183 ** from DAZ 200 weight without Þ lter Max. operating pressure DAZ 4 Ð DAZ 160 DAZ 200 Ð DA 1020 Electrical connection 230V; 50 Hz; 0,021 kW (Dimensions and weights for models DA/DAC 200 onwards do not include pre-Þ lters and after Þ lters) To calculate the speciÞ c dryer capacityeff. capacity To calculate the max. dryer capacityConversion factors to determine dryer size for PDP to –40 °C Temperature56789101112131415160,750,891,081,261,361,491,621,701,791,900,640,780,911,081,161,241,351,471,571,671,770,610,730,820,941,031,071,101,221,351,461,571,660,590,670,790,860,991,031,071,181,291,371,461,55 Higher inlet temperatures available upon request. Subject to modiÞ cation.Volume ß ow 375 mMin. operating pressure 8 bar (Ÿ)Max. inlet temperature +35¡CPressure dew point -40¡CFactor from table 1.08 www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com DAZ 4 Ð DAZ 14DAZ 18 Ð DAZ 161 DAZ 201 Ð DAZ 1021 DACZ 4 Ð DACZ 14DACZ 18 Ð DACZ 161BTBT H B T H H B T H B T BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Adsorption dryers DAZ 4DAZ 1021Adsorption dryer units DACZ 4DACZ 161Adsorption dryer DAZheatless with pre- and after-Þ ltersFUNCTION DISPLAYcabinet permanently indicates operational status. The compressor synchronising control yer. temperature, pressure and output quantity.Treatment system DACZ seriesDAZ Adsorption Dryer combined Activated Carbon Adsorber. Even before drying, all possible quality.Flow capacity: 8 Ð 6100 m³/h, 5 Ð 3587 cfmMax. operating pressure: 10 bar and 16 bar, 150 and 230 psig www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 13 Compressed Air Treatment | Dryersdryer is used where the pressure dew point needs to be reduced between +20 and +55°C. It requires little space and can be installed at minimal cost –ideally between the compressor and the receiver. TypeMax. operating Dryer inletPurge airFlow volumeDryer outlet L x W x HWeightbarpsigl/mincfmtl/mincfml/min (air used)cfmIN/OUTmmkgDM 05 V 7100 300 1120 K 301 27010G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 420 1520 K 381 38213G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220 750 2620 K 622 68824G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 7100 180 635 K 3

8 01 150 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130
01 150 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 250 935 K 381 212 7G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220460 1635 K 622 39814G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 7100 125 455 K 301 95 3G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 175755 K 381 137 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220 320 1155 K 622 258 9G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 06 V 7100 400 1420 K 401 36013G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 560 2020 K 502 51018G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 950 3420 K 803 87031G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 7100 240 835 K 401 200 7G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 335 1235 K 502 28510G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 605 2135 K 803 52519G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 7100 170 655 K 401 130 5G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 235 855 K 502 1857G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 425 1555 K 803 34512G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 09 V 7100 600 2120 K 602 54019G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 835 2920 K 753 76027G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V1522014705220 K1254134547G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 7100 360 1335 K 602 30011G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 505 1835 K 753 43015G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 890 3135 K1254 76527G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 7100 245 955 K 602 185 7G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 345 1255 K 757 270 10G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 650 2355 K1254 52519G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 13 V 7100 800 2820 K 803 72025G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 91301110 3920 K1054100535G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V1522018206420 K1555166559G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 7100 485 1735 K 803 40514G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 9130 675 2435 K1054 57020G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V1522011504135 K155599535G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 7100 330 1255 K 803 250 9G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 9130 465 1655 K1054 36013G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V15220 820 2955 K1555 66523G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 14 V 71001050 3720 K1204 93033G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 91301470 5220 K1505132047G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522027309620 K2509248088G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 7100 710 2535 K1204 59021G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 9130 990 3535 K1505 84030G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522017806335 K2509153054G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 7100 485 1755 K1204 36513G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 9130 680 2455 K1505 53019G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522013204755 K2509107038G 210 x 80 x 7125,1 www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Membrane dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLYThe membrane dryer does not contain any CFCs As the membrane dryer does not have a A standard compressed air Þ lter is included INTEGRATED CYCLONE SEPARATORby way of pre-Þ Membrane Dryer Layout lterdryer cap (A) and ß ows down the central tube (D). The Nano-Þ lter (C) removes any remaining aerosols and particles, separated condensate is drained (F). The saturated compressed air ß ows through the inside of the membranes. A part of the atmosphere at the nozzle (E). This very dry purge air is lead across the outside of the membranes (D). Thus the saturated compressed air ß ows on the inside and the dry purge air on the outside. Due to the differences in humidity, moisture diffuses from the compressed air to the purge air. The dry compressed air exits. Flow capacity: 125 Ð 2730 l/min, 4 Ð 96 cfmMax. operating pressure: 7 Ð 15 bar, 100 Ð 220 psig www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 11 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersCompressed air drying can be extremely cost effective: and cost effective control the DX series provides absolutely energy efcompressed air drying. The energy consumption display illustrates the large savings potential by ensuring dry compressed air

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is produced in the most energy ef cient manner. Type Flow capacity Pressure at full load Electr. power Electr. Cooling air required at required at W x D x H Weight/minm/hcfmbarpsig2633)m/hcfmmmkg/hcfmDX 300 30,0 180010590,121,74 3,1 1,70,4400DN 100 4800 28231,00,588 900 x 1175 x 1725 412DX 330 33,3 200011760,142,03 3,2 1,90,4400DN 100 4800 28231,10,647 900 x 1175 x 1725 420DX 380 38,3 230013530,192,76 3,4 2,00,4400DN 100 4800 28231,30,765 900 x 1175 x 1725 425DX 465 46,6 280016470,243,48 3,9 2,30,5400DN 100 5200 30581,60,941 900 x 1175 x 1725 435DX 580 58,3 350020580,111,60 5,9 3,40,7400DN 150 9600 56452,01,1761200 x 1200 x 1940 610DX 715 71,6 430025290,162,32 6,6 3,80,8400DN 150 9600 56452,51,4701200 x 1200 x 1940 630DX 91591,6550032340,243,488,04,61,0400DN 15010400 61152,91,7101200 x 1200 x 1940670DX 1165116,7 700041160,192,769,95,61,2400DN 20019200112904,02,3502225 x 1200 x 1970995DX 1455145,8 875051450,172,4712,4 7,01,6400DN 20019200112905,23,0602225 x 1200 x 19701165DX 1750175,01050061740,223,1914,6 8,21,8400DN 20020800122316,43,7602225 x 1200 x 19701225DX 2080208,31250073500,223,1918,610,32,3400DN 25023000135247,54,4103345 x 1200 x 20301710DX 2375237,51425083790,202,9020,211,22,5400DN 25023000135248,55,0003345 x 1200 x 20301940 Ambient/cooling water temperature¡C3035404550Factorf0,980,930,840,720,56 Inlet temperature¡C3040455055606570Factorf0,820,670,550,450,380,340,30 Operating pressureba8910111213141516Factorf0,600,700,800,880,941,041,061,091,101,121,141,151,161,17 Delivery volume/h3500Factor Ambient temperature (f¡C40=0,84 Inlet temperature (f¡C50=0,55 Operating overpressure (f)bar10=1,09Conversion factorsAccording to DIN ISO 7183, refrigerant dryers are designed for 7 bar operating pressure, an ambient temperature of 25 ¼C and an inlet temperature of 35 ¼C. For different operating pressures and temperatures, the following conversion factors should be used. www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Refrigerant dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANTentire series. Ðup to 70% less than in conventional designs.INTELLIGENT REGULATION ciency: summer, and automatic. The refrigerant dryer provides a consistently high quality compressed air.Flow capacity: 30 Ð 237.5 m³/min, 1059 Ð 8379 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psig The dryer is designed for maximum provided on all sides of the dryer to possible), operating pressure 7 bar, ambient temperature +25¡C (max. +50¡C possible), pressure dew point possible). Technical data according to ¥Standard bypass assemblyter-cooled version up to DX 915¥ Air-cooled version from DX 1156¥Internal frost protection (to -10¡C) www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 9 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe most ef cient method of drying compressed air: just above freezing point which means that water and oil aerosols contained in the air will condense. During this process the aerosols tend to bind up and also discharge the dirt particles. An amply sized heat exchanger ensures reliability even in temporary extreme conditions. Maximum ef ciency and operational reliability can therefore be expected from the BOGE DR series. Type Flow capacitymax. Electr. Electr. W x D x H (mm) Weight/minm/hcfm barbarpsigkWHP50 Hz60 Hz/hcfm mm kgDR 3 0,33 20 12 160,060,90,150,20230230G 380 224310x450x 450 25DR 6 0,58 35 21 160,152,10,160,22230230G 380 224310x450x 450 26DR 8 0,83 50 29 160,192,70,220

10 ,30230230G 320 188310x450x 450 27DR 11
,30230230G 320 188310x450x 450 27DR 11 1,08 65 38 160,223,10,240,33230230G 320 188310x450x 450 28DR 171,7510562 160,223,10,48230230G 260 153310x450x 450 31DR 212,0812574 160,284,00,60230230G 260 153310x450x 450 32DR 252,5015088 140,284,00,61230 Ð G 1 650 383500x710x 74059DR 303,00180106 140,142,00,560,76230ÐG 1 650 383500x710x 740 60DR 505,00300177 140,284,01,22230ÐG 11300 765500x710x 740 79DR 606,00360212 140,162,31,29230ÐG 11300 765500x710x 740 80DR 757,50450265 140,243,41,081,47230ÐG 1 900 530500x710x 740 85DR 919,17550324 140,182,61,70400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 97090DR 10810,83650383 140,243,41,77400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 97092DR 12512,50750442 140,192,72,04400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 970 117DR 14114,16850501 140,182,61,772,41400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 970 121DR 18017,751065627 160,304,33,48400ÐG 231001825900x800x1230 176DR 19018,501110654 160,284,03,81400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 181DR 22522,501350795 160,162,34,01400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 186DR 23523,501410830 160,192,74,22400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 191DR 27527,501650972 160,314,43,254,42400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 197 Ambient/cooling water temperature¡C3035404550Factorf0,970,940,870,750,62 Inlet temperature¡C3040455055606570Factorf0,880,750,580,480,440,420,40 Operating pressureba8910111213141516Factorf0,600,700,800,880,941,041,061,091,101,121,141,151,161,17 Example (for dewpoint 3°C) Delivery volume/h750Factor Ambient temperature (f¡C40=0,87 Inlet temperature (f¡C45=0,75 Operating overpressure (f)bar13=1,14Conversion factorsAccording to DIN ISO 7183, refrigerant dryers are designed for 7 bar operating pressure, an ambient temperature of 25 ¼C and an inlet temperature of 35 ¼C. www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. Compressed air refrigerant dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANTentire DR series. The BOGE system requires Ðup to 70% less than in conventional designs.This signiÞ cantly contributes to the efÞ cient and reliable operation of the refrigerant dryer.The BOGE dryer control is microprocessor based . standstill saving up to 90% of the dryer energy The BOGE refrigerant dryer is designed to quality, with a low pressure differential. A low pressure which saves money! The DR series dryers are equipped with a pressure dew point indicator.Flow capacity: 0.33 Ð 27.5 m³/min, 12 Ð 972 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psigThe dryer is designed for maximum SufÞ 1 bar): Compressed air temperature operating pressure 7 bar, ambient temperature +25¡C (max. +50¡C possible), pressure dew point are possible). Technical data according to DIN ISO 7183. Differing values on ¥Illuminated operating switch¥Heat exchanger with demisterWall mounting possible up to DR 21¥Power plug up to DR 75¥Emergency stop switch from DR 91¥Standard bypass assembly¥ Potential-free error message, ¥Special voltagesWater-cooled option from DR 180¥ Internal frost protection www.BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com Compressed Air Treatmenttreatment products to provide an optimal solution from initial assessment to system design. You are invited to contact our experts BOGE COMPRESSED AIR DRYERS °C Freezing point Pressure 83 110 182 250 0,08 0,11 0,18 0,25 1 2,6 6,7 14 30,4 45,8 93 124 146 241,7 5 7 10,8 15 60 154 400 850 1824 2750 5600 7400 8750 14 500 Flow capacity BOGE refrigerant dryer for BOGE membrane dryer / BOGE adsorption dryerfor standard press

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ciency, excellent quality, maximised ß exibility along with dependable service are the ingredients to transform BOGE AIR into air to work with Ð in Germany, in Europe and in more than 80 countries around the world. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. 1 2 3 4 5 633 be treated prior to discharge into a foul water network. In the case of a simple suspension oil can be separated from water by gravity, on site, by using a cost effective BOGE oil/water separator.The compressor condensate ß ows under . Coarse dirt particles are retained . Gravity causes reservoir. Oil then ß ows into the overß ow proof oil collection reservoir . The pre-cleaned condensate ß ows into the Þ lter stage. The condensate ß ows from the inside to the outside of the pre-Þ lter oil droplets in its material. Additionally, any ß oating oil is gathered in the Þ lter chamber. reliably retained in the main Þ lter cartridge so that the remaining water, now Þ t for direct discharge, can be released into the foul water drain. The Þ lter cartridge is quick and very Type Piston compressors Piston compressors Screw compressors Dimensions Max. compressor output in Max. compressor output in Max. compressor output in …WAMAT 101,9220 x 222 x 5283,8375 x 254 x 595…WAMAT 125,6544 x 350 x 702…WAMAT 1411,3594 x 410 x 872…WAMAT 1522,5764 x 520 x 1090…WAMAT 1645,0939 x 650 x 1160 Output details for central European climate. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.BOGE Oil/Water separatorOPTIMUM SEPARATION A simple visual test indicates whether the Þ lter is due for replacement. Comparing samples quickly not the Þ lter efÞ They require no energy nor too much maintenance. FILTER MONITORING lter monitoring in order to ensure ow is designed to prevent . Oil backup in the lter is thus avoided. 31 air. The amount produced depends entirely on humidity, ambient temperatures and the volume of air generated. Condensate is produced in different quantities in different places within the compressed air network, i.e. when the temperature of the compressed air falls below the pressure dew point. Due to their absolute cient condensate management. Float drain85 mm, H = 185 mm ConnectionIn G , Out G Max. compressor output Max. dryer output use for*Dimensions in mmConnectionType/min 100% saturatedBekomat 31a, b164 x 65 x 118G Bekomat 32a, b179 x 74 x 127G Bekomat 12a 65 x 150 x 141G Bekomat 13a 93 x 212 x 162G a120 x 252 x 180G a, b280 x 280 x 280G * Output Þ gures based on central European climate conditionsa = condensate with oilb = oilfree, aggressive condensate BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.SIMPLE OPERATING PRINCIPLEFloat operated drains work very simply That means A potential free The intelligent 29 Compressed Air Storage Compressed air receivers with higher operating pressures are available upon request Dimensions in mmWeightAir CDEF Horizontal receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar 50 780 300 380 380 400 32014 30G 2 x 1 sleeve on the back 90 995 350 390 500 550 33014 37G 1501360 400 410 480 800 35014 66G 2701540 500 570 625 800 50019 100G 3501610 550 620 660 900 55019 125G 5001730 600 670 7051100 60024 150G 1 7501828 750 730 8561100 66024 220G 1 10002070 800 790 8851200 72024 285G 1or 1 manhole 200021701150120013251300110023 555G 1 300026751250135014501500125023 765G 1 5000350014001500160022001400231170G 110000537016001600170037001550182100DN 100DN 100BCFheight Vertical receivers, gal

14 vanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar
vanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar 2701765 500 500 460131780 100G 1G 3501835 550 550 510131845 125G 1G 5001980 600 655 525222070 150G 1 7502084 750 750 620222130 220G 1 10002340 800 800 670222400 285G 1 20002390115010001000232510 555G 2 30002790125012501150232865 765G 2 500037301400140013002338001170G 2 500037301400140013002338001180DN 100DN 100100005590160016001340Ð56602100DN 100DN 100 Dimensions in mmWeightAir LitresABCDEFHorizontal receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 16 bar 50 780 300 380 380 400 32014 37G 1501310 400 410 480 800 35014 74G 2501380 500 570 625 800 50019 113G 3501600 550 620 660 900 55019 145G 5001780 600 670 7051100 60024 180G 1 7501860 750 730 8561100 66024 275G 1 10002100 800 790 8851200 72024 355G 1or 1 manhole 200021701150120013251300110023 720G 1 300026751250135014501500125023 935G 1 5000327014001500160022001400231340G 110000537016001600170037001550182940DN 100DN 100BCFheight Vertical receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 16 bar 2501605 500 500 380131615 113G 1G 3501835 550 550 510131845 145G 1G 5001995 600 600 525222100 180G 1 7502110 750 750 620222155 275G 1 10002340 800 800 670222400 355G 1or 1 manhole 20002410115011501000232510 720G 2 30002790125012501150232865 935G 2 500037301400140013002338001340G 2 500037301400140013002338001350DN 100DN 100100005590160016001340Ð56602940DN 100DN 100 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Filter/Water separators (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Connections either side for easy installation. Pressure relief valve with gauge (max. 25 bar)Compact design. Connections either side for easy installation. Lubricator (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Integrated quantity compensation. Combined (Þ lter/pressure relief valve with gauge (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Manual or automatic condensate discharge. Pressure relief valve has secondary venting. Simple locking device when adjusting pressures. Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70175203273273), 6 bar secondary pressure (pp = 1 bar according to DIN ISO 69532,03,05,56,5Fastening bracket (wall mounting), coupling set, 30 micron Þ lter set, 5 micron Þ lter set, 30 micron Þ lter/regulator cartridge, 5 micron Þ lter/regulator cartridge. Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70140171224224 Rating at 6 bar pressure (p and pressure drop 3,44,44,67,5 Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 7010598134134 Rating at 10 bar pressure (p), 6 bar secondary pressure (pp = 1 bar according to DIN ISO 69532,03,27,08,0 Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70120158202202 Rating at 6 bar pressure (p) and pressure dropVp = 1 bar1,82,03,23,5 27 Compressed Air Treatment | ConvertersOPERATING PRINCIPLE–natural substances present in our atmosphere. The catalyst material iscompact granules in a container with compressed air circulating around it. In the process, both oil droplets and oil aerosols are cracked providing for the production of absolutely oil-free compressed air to achieve quality class 1 (ISO 8573-1). The investment and operating costs of a BC converter are lower when compared innovative catalyst system only ultra clean condensate is produced – meaning the system Type Flow rate atMax.over-Weight7 bar45 bar/minm/minbarkWAVkWh/mmmkg1Ð152300,010 0,5650x461x11381302Ð155,0164000,010 0,5965x400x15182404Ð155,0164000,010 0,5965x400x15182607Ð15

15 5,0164000,010 0,61075x580x171833010Ð7,0
5,0164000,010 0,61075x580x171833010Ð7,0204000,007 0,61075x580x171838015ÐDN 5010,0204000,007 0,61460x710x195060020ÐDN 6514,0324000,007 0,51460x710x195071025ÐDN 6518,0324000,007 0,51460x710x195080040ÐDN 8028,0644000,005 0,52220x900x2240150050Ð28,0644000,005 0,52244x900x22401700Ð6451,2102300,010 2,5965x400x1518130Ð12455,0164000,006 2,5965x400x1518240 Working pressurebar456789101112131415f10,630,750,881,381,501,631,751,882,00 Working pressurebar51020304045f10,130,240,46For differing operating pressures the following conversion factors should to be applied:Factors for 7-bar versions (BC series)Factors for 45-bar versions (BC…HP series) Pressure: 10 bar free air delivery: 4,63 mConversion factor: BC 4, nominal capacity at 7 bar: 4 m ow rate: 4 m(= max. permissible FAD of connected compressor)Calculation of min.  ow rate (70 %) of BC 4: 0.7 x 5.52 m(= required min. FAD of connected compressor) BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. of approximately 5 watt/m³. There is no compressed air loss through the Þ , either, OIL FREE CONDENSATE. This completely eliminates MAINTENANCE FRIENDLY Additionally, lter, which means there are no Þ lter element changes ever HIGH OPERATING DEPENDABILITYdownstream of compressor is ideal. Typical applications:¥blowing air (PET)¥food industr¥pharmaceutical industry¥chemical industry¥electronics industr¥and many more 25 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersEnsures clean compressed air with a long service life: the lowest residual oil content (0.003 mg/m³) the activated carbon adsorber is designed to eliminate oil aerosols that may have penetrated the intake air. The BOGE activated carbon adsorbers are ideal for the most stringent air TypeCapacity*DimensionsConnectionMax. PressureWeight/hcfmDCZ 4 8 5219 x 210 x 390159219 x 210 x 5652515219 x 210 x 8153521563372428650DCZ 1810562245 x 400 x 1380G 11645,014585200118255150350206420247620365750441940553 Higher capacities are available upon request*m/h at 1 bar to DIN ISO 7183 Receiver as per PED individual acceptance / CE standard bar456789101214160,620,750,891,081,261,621,792,14 Temp. ¡C2025304045501,011,011,010,850,750,50eff. capacityfactor P x T Volume ß ow 150 mMin. operating pressure 8 bar (g)Max. inlet temperature +40¡Cfactor P from table 1.08factor T from table 0.85Conversion factor: Pressure To calculate the right adsorber capacity DCZ 4 Ð DCZ 14DCZ 18 Ð DCZ 161 B T B T H H BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Activated Carbon Adsorbers PRE-FILTERSquality a BOGE pre-Þ lter should be installed downstream of the active carbon adsorber.vice life, BOGE microÞ lters OIL CHECK INDICATORA deep, premium quality, active carbon bed ow speed Flow capacity: 8 Ð 940 m³/h, 5 Ð 553 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 230 psig 23 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersFor ultra clean compressed air in extreme conditions: is achieved in several stages. Pre- lters are used to separate coarse impurities from the compressed air. Smaller solids and oil can be removed by means of micro lters. Finally active carbon  lters are used to clean oil vapours, aromatics,  avourings and odours from the compressed air. This assures oil free and clean compressed air even in extreme conditions! BOGE TypeWeightFilter element/NumberBCDkg Aluminium housing with threaded connector as per DIN 2999V 5 167 14 60 0,81/5 VV 10 50 209 21 75 1,51/10 VV 12 70 209 21 90 1,51/12 V 279 21160 1,71/20 V 315 43135 4,31/30 VG 1130 4

16 15 43235 5,01/50 V 515 43335 5,51/80 V 7
15 43235 5,01/50 V 515 43335 5,51/80 V 715 43525 6,91/120 VG 2164 823 48520 9,61/160 VG 21641073 4877017,91/250 V Steel housing with  DN 8038012601751/250 VDN 804401310205530 80,01/400 VDN 1005001440230550108,0 Max. operating pressure 16 bar, incl. automatic condensate drain, differential pressure gauge from V 10 onwards, relative to 20 ¡C and 1 bar absolute at 7 bar over pressure bar Over-pressure123456789100,250,380,50,630,750,881,131,251,38 Differential pressure and ef ciency Differential pressure in clean condition EfÞ ciency99,99 % relative to 3 µm Higher pressures and capacities are available upon request BOGE Type ConnectionDimensions in mmWeightWeightNumber/TypeABCkgFP or A Aluminium housing with threaded connector as per DIN 2999FP 5/A 5 60 165 14120 0,8 1,61/ 5 FP/AFP 10/A 10 50 87 215 21174 1,5 3,01/ 10 FP/AFP 12/A 12 70 87 215 21174 1,5 3,01/ 12 FP/A 87 285 21174 1,7 3,41/ 20 FP/A130 325 43260 4,3 8,91/ 30 FP/AG 1130 425 43260 5,0 10,71/ 50 FP/A130 525 43260 5,5 11,61/ 80 FP/A130 725 43260 6,9 14,2G 2164 825 48340 9,6 19,7G 2164107548340 17,9 Steel housing with  FFP 250/AF 25018503801280FFP 400/AF 4002920DN 804401320205880 80,0FFP 490/AF 4903700DN 10050014402301000108,0 Max. operating pressure 16 bar, incl. automatic condensate drain on model FP 5 onwards, differential pressure gauge on model FP 10 onwards, relative to 20 ¡C and 1 bar absolute at 7 bar over pressure, technical data for series FP and A are identical bar Over-pressure123456789100,250,380,500,630,750,881,131,251,38Conversion factor f at other operating pressuresConversion factor f at other operating pressures FP 10 to FP 250 FFP 250 to FFP 490 Combination of FP Þ lter and A 10 to 250 Combination of FFP Þ lter and AF 250 to 490 V 10 to V 250 VF 250 to VF 490 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Pre-Þ lters MicroÞ lter and Activated Carbon Filters Pre-Þ lter MicroÞ lter and active carbon Þ lter LAYOUTIt is recommended that a pre-Þ lter is yer and the microÞ lter They are dusty or when high oil carry over is a risk.BOGE pre-Þ lters are 99.99 percent cient based on 3 µm, thus providing MicroÞ lters with or without active carbon lters are best used as main Þ lters.BOGE microÞ lters are 99.99 percent cient based on 0.01 µm. lter is 0.01 mg/m³, in combination with active carbon Þ lters. Differential pressure and ef ciency Differential pressure in clean condition EfÞ ciency% relative to 0,01 µm Residual oil content max. 0,01 mg/m Residual oil content = 0,003 mg/m99,99999 % relative to 0,01 µm Higher pressures and capacities are available upon request Z 20 Ð Z 37521 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersThe BOGE heavy-duty cyclone separators takes liquids, aerosols and solids from the compressed air. Based on the law of inertia they operate with practically no maintenance – ideally installed downstream of the compressor. Type Flow capacity*air connectionMax. operating 8 bar10 bar13 barbarmmmmZ 20 2,28 2,91 3,6416 80260Z 40 4,13 5,25 6,5616 95280Z 65 6,88 8,7510,93G 116110355Z 9010,0812,8416,0316110355Z 12513,7517,5021,8816150470Z 17018,2623,2429,05G 216150470Z 27530,2538,5048,1316180580Z 37541,2552,9265,6316180580* relates to the compressorÕs intake condition (+ 20¡C, 1 bar) BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.BEKOMATAn electronically level controlled, loss-free, Bekomat condensate drain can be Þ tted as treatment safety.. LAYOUTof a vortex cartridge and a re

17 servoir. y movement. the separator by th
servoir. y movement. the separator by their own mass inertia. water to separate and ß ow into the collection reservoir. 19 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersEnergy efHeat regenerated adsorption dryers are ideally suited for -40°C). Ambient air is taken and heated under vacuum to regenerate the desiccant. This process enables ef cient compressed air drying resulting in energy savings of up to 25 percent in comparison with traditional systems. Type Volume of  ow*ConnectionWidthWeightPower/minm/hcfmmmmmmmkgkWh/hDAV 757,0 420 241 DN 4012151955 992 460DAV 858,5 510 DN 4012142204 992 560DAV 10510,7 640 370 DN 50130622471082 750DAV 14514,2 850 487 DN 50136022711120 800DAV 20019,7 1180 681DN 80156026641264 115010,9DAV 25025,0 1500 863 DN 80161026801279 135012,8DAV 33033,0 19801141 DN 80170027301585 172016,3DAV 39039,223501353DN 100202028451447188018,1DAV 45548,829301688DN 100208028701580235022,5DAV 55559,235502047DN 100217029401740285027,8DAV 68568,341002365DN 150245031901780400032,2DAV 79079,047402735DN 150255032102110410038,9DAV 87587,552503029DN 150255032301955420044,9DAV 1035103,562103582DN 150260035001910495052,3DAV 1185118,371004094DN 150265035201940570056,4DAV 1335133,380004611DN 200310035852180640067,1DAV 1535153,392005306DN 200315036052300740075,6DAV 1800180,0108006224DN 200325036702355870085,3DAV 2050205,0123007088DN 2503500385525151150098,9DAV 2415241,7145008359DN 25036003895257013500111,4*m/h at 1 bar to DIN 7183. Higher capacities and lower pressure dewpoints down to Ð70 ¡C are available upon request. Receiver as per PED individual acceptance / CE standard Temperature456789100,690,800,901,061,171,290,620,801,051,161,280,280,420,590,790,880,96 To calculate the max.eff. capacity Selected type DAV 685. To calculate the max. dryer capacity(DAV 685) = 4100 m Reserve dryer capacitymax. dryer capacity Ð volume ß owVolume ß ow 3000 mMin. operating pressure 5 bar (g)Max. inlet temperature +30¡CPressure dew point -25¡CFactor from table 0.80Conversion factors, depending on pressure and temperature DAV 75 Ð DAV 2415 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Adsorption dryers DAV 75DAV 2415including pre-Þ lter and after-Þ lterMODULAR SYSTEMOptions: controlled regeneration air; FUNCTIONAL DISPLAYdisplays operating parameters such as pressure, temperature, cycle, vacuum pump,changeover Ð for safe and efÞ cient operation.FILTRATIONlter as standard. drying, all solids and aerosols up to 0.01 µm assuring best possible quality.¥ Two-layer desiccant bed, balanced ciency water retention. Active heating under vacuum- ¥ Low regeneration temperature of the¥ Intensive cooling using vacuum¥ Pressure build-up on the wet side¥ Changeover without pressuredew point peak. Moisture in thenever reaches the drying zone.Flow capacity: 420 Ð 14500 m³/h, 241 Ð 8359 cfmMax. operating pressure: 10 bar, 150 psig 17 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe easy way to dry compressed air: dryers achieve a pressure dew point of -40°C. They can be conto reach -70°C. Such dewpoints eliminate the risk of downstream condensate especially in the case of an external airline. Adsorption dryers do not contain any CFCs and are therefore neither ozone depleting nor do they have any impact on the environment. Type Capacity*Regeneration Air(1 bar, +20°C) Air Outlet (minimal) (1 bar, +20°C) Pressure Loss Weight/hcfmm/hcfmm/hcfmDAU 1 N 5 3 0,85 0,5 4,1 2,4 65300x121x343GDAU

18 2 N 10 6 1,70 1,0 8,1 4,8 9530
2 N 10 6 1,70 1,0 8,1 4,8 95300x121x591G 11DAU 3 N 15 9 2,55 1,5 12,2 7,2115300x121x853G 15DAU 5 N 25 15 4,25 2,5 20,3 11,9250300x121x1377G 24DAU 6 N 35 20 5,95 3,5 28,4 16,7 75531x195x665G1 29DAU 8 N 50 30 8,50 5,0 40,6 23,9100531x195x917G1 38DAU 11 N 65 40 11,10 6,5 52,8 31,1125531x195x1169G1 48DAU 13 N 80 45 13,60 8,0 65,0 38,2170531x195x1421G1 57DAU 17 N 100 60 17,00 10,0 61,3 36,0250531x195x1673G1 67 *Capacity relative to 1 bar according to DIN ISO 7183 Temperature Operating pressure bar (g)456789101112131415160,690,820,961,101,241,381,501,501,501,501,501,501,500,690,821,101,241,381,501,501,501,501,501,501,500,630,750,881,131,261,381,501,501,501,501,501,500,480,580,680,770,870,961,061,161,251,351,451,501,500,380,450,530,600,680,750,830,900,981,051,131,201,280,300,360,420,480,540,600,660,720,780,840,900,961,02Design: DAU 1 N – DAU 17 N, Correction factor f Vcorr = T dryer capacitySelected type DAU 3 N.Volume ß ow 22 mMin. operating pressure 10 bar (Ÿ)Max. inlet temperature +30¡CFactor from table 1.50 DAU 1 N Ð DAU 17 N BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Heatless adsorption dryer DAU 1 NDAU 17 NFILTRAlter as standard. Even before drying, all possible quality.REGENERATION. The that is Þ nally vented to atmosphere.INLET AND OUTLET VALVESyer. Energy savings are therefore Flow capacity: 5 Ð 100 m³/h, 3 Ð 60 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar 15 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe all-in one package for dry compressed air: compressed air pressure dew points below +3°C. The heatless BOGE adsorption dryers can reach dew points of -70°C (standard -40°C). the adsorption eliminating the need for any external power supply. BOGE Capacity* DimensionsCon-WeightTypem/hcfm W/D/H mmnectionkg**DAZ 4 8 5 312x 210x 390G DAZ 5 15 9 312x 210x 565G 13DAZ 6 25 15 359x 210x 815G 17DAZ 8 35 21 359x 210x1065G 25DAZ 9 56 33 436x 300x1185G 52DAZ 11 72 42 436x 300x1410G 65DAZ 14 86 50 436x 300x1610G 77DAZ 1810562670x 510x1445G 1125DAZ 26 145 85 670x 515x1690G 1 143DAZ 36 200 118 670x 530x1710G 1 178DAZ 46 255 150 710x 535x1770G 1 218DAZ 61 350 206 841x 570x1790G 1DAZ 71 420 247 841x 570x1815G 1DAZ 101 620 365 841x 590x1845G 1DAZ 126 750 441 1010x 610x1980G 2 430DAZ 161 940 5531010x 630x2000G 2 505DAZ 2011200 7061060x 840x2080DN 50 640DAZ 2611550 9121270x 900x2120DN 65 830DAZ 341200011761350x 990x2160DN 65 955DAZ 421250014701530x1040x2210DN 801075DAZ 501300017641600x1100x2255DN 801500DAZ 646380022351875x1200x2385DN 1001990DAZ 811485028521925x1250x2660DN 1002410DAZ 1021610035872160x1565x2820DN 1252850 BOGE Capacity* Dimensions WeightTypem/hcfm W/D/H mmDACZ 4 8 5 445x210x 390G 12DACZ 5 15 9 445x210x 565G 17DACZ 6 25 15 492x210x 815G 24DACZ 8 35 21 492x210x1065G 34DACZ 9 56 33 629x300x1185G 72DACZ 11 72 42 629x300x1410G 90DACZ 14 86 50 629x300x1610G DACZ 1810562870x510x1445G 1158DACZ 26 145 85 870x515x1690G 1 183DACZ 36 200 118 1010x530x1710G 1 235DACZ 46 255 150 1075x535x1770G 1 295DACZ 61 350 206 1096x570x1790G 1DACZ 70 420 2471145x570x1815G 1DACZ 101 620 3651295x590x1845G 1DACZ 126 750 4411610x610x1980G 2570DACZ 161 940 5531650x630x2000G 2 685 Upon request* Capacity in m/h at 1 bar to DIN ISO 7183 ** from DAZ 200 weight without Þ lter Max. operating pressure DAZ 4 Ð DAZ 160 DAZ 200 Ð DA 1020 Electrical connection 230V; 50 Hz; 0,021 kW (Dimensions and weights for models DA/DAC 2

19 00 onwards do not include pre-Þ lters a
00 onwards do not include pre-Þ lters and after Þ lters) To calculate the speciÞ c dryer capacityeff. capacity To calculate the max. dryer capacityConversion factors to determine dryer size for PDP to –40 °C Temperature56789101112131415160,750,891,081,261,311,491,621,701,791,900,640,780,911,081,161,241,351,471,571,671,770,610,730,820,941,031,071,101,221,351,461,571,660,590,670,790,860,991,031,071,181,291,371,461,55 Higher inlet temperatures available upon request. Subject to modiÞ cation.Volume ß ow 375 mMin. operating pressure 8 bar (Ÿ)Max. inlet temperature +35¡CPressure dew point -40¡CFactor from table 1.08 DAZ 4 Ð DAZ 14DAZ 18 Ð DAZ 161 DAZ 201 Ð DAZ 1021 DACZ 4 Ð DACZ 14DACZ 18 Ð DACZ 161BTBT H B T H H B T H B T BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Adsorption dryers DAZ 4DAZ 1021Adsorption dryer units DACZ 4DACZ 161Adsorption dryer DAZheatless with pre- and after-Þ ltersFUNCTION DISPLAYcabinet permanently indicates operational status. of energy. cient control of the adsorption dr. temperature, pressure and output quantity.Treatment system DACZ seriesDAZ Adsorption Dryer combined Activated Carbon Adsorber. FILTRA lter as standard.ying, all possible quality.Flow capacity: 8 Ð 6100 m³/h, 5 Ð 3587 cfmMax. operating pressure: 10 bar and 16 bar, 150 and 230 psig 13 Compressed Air Treatment | Dryersdryer is used where the pressure dew point needs to be reduced between +20 and +55°C. It requires little space and can be installed at minimal cost –ideally between the compressor and the receiver. TypeMax. operating Dryer inletPurge airFlow volumeDryer outlet L x W x HWeightbarpsigl/mincfmtl/mincfml/min (air used)cfmIN/OUTmmkgDM 05 V 7100 300 1120 K 301 27010G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 420 1520 K 381 38213G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220 750 2620 K 622 68824G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 7100 180 635 K 301 150 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 250 935 K 381 212 7G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220460 1635 K 622 39814G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 7100 125 455 K 301 95 3G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 175755 K 381 137 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220 320 1155 K 622 258 9G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 06 V 7100 400 1420 K 401 36013G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 560 2020 K 502 51018G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 950 3420 K 803 87031G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 7100 240 835 K 401 200 7G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 335 1235 K 502 28510G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 605 2135 K 803 52519G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 7100 170 655 K 401 130 5G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 235 855 K 502 1857G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 425 1555 K 803 34512G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 09 V 7100 600 2120 K 602 54019G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 835 2920 K 753 76027G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V1522014705220 K1254134547G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 7100 360 1335 K 602 30011G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 505 1835 K 753 43015G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 890 3135 K1254 76527G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 7100 245 955 K 602 185 7G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 345 1255 K 757 270 10G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 650 2355 K1254 52519G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 13 V 7100 800 2820 K 803 72025G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 91301110 3920 K1054100535G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V1522018206420 K1555166559G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 7100 485 1735 K 803 40514G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 9130 675 2435 K1054 57020G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V1522011504135 K155599535G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 7100 330 1255 K 803 250 9G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 9130 465 1655 K105

20 4 36013G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V15220 8
4 36013G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V15220 820 2955 K1555 66523G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 14 V 71001050 3720 K1204 93033G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 91301470 5220 K1505132047G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522027309620 K2509248088G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 7100 710 2535 K1204 59021G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 9130 990 3535 K1505 84030G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522017806335 K2509153054G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 7100 485 1755 K1204 36513G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 9130 680 2455 K1505 53019G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522013204755 K2509107038G 210 x 80 x 7125,1 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Membrane dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLYThe membrane dryer does not contain any CFCs As the membrane dryer does not have a INTEGRATED COMPRESSED AIR FIL lter is included INTEGRATED CYCLONE SEPARAby way of pre-Þ ltration.dryer cap (A) and ß ows down the central tube (D). The Nano-Þ lter (C) removes any remaining aerosols and particles, separated condensate is drained (F). The saturated compressed air ß ows through the inside of the membranes. A part of the atmosphere at the nozzle (E). This very dry purge air is lead across the outside of the membranes (D). Thus the saturated compressed air ß ows on the inside and the dry purge air on the outside. Due to the differences in humidity, moisture diffuses from the compressed air to the purge air. The dry compressed air exits. Flow capacity: 125 Ð 2730 l/min, 4 Ð 96 cfmMax. operating pressure: 7 Ð 15 bar, 100 Ð 220 psig 11 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersCompressed air drying can be extremely cost effective: and cost effective control the DX series provides absolutely energy efcompressed air drying. The energy consumption display illustrates the large savings potential by ensuring dry compressed air is produced in the most energy ef cient manner. Type Flow capacity Pressure at full load Electr. power Electr. Cooling air required at required at W x D x H Weight/minm/hcfmbarpsig2633)m/hcfmmmkg/hcfmDX 300 30,0 180010590,121,74 3,1 1,70,4400DN 100 4800 28231,00,588 900 x 1175 x 1725 412DX 330 33,3 200011760,142,03 3,2 1,90,4400DN 100 4800 28231,10,647 900 x 1175 x 1725 420DX 380 38,3 230013530,192,76 3,4 2,00,4400DN 100 4800 28231,30,765 900 x 1175 x 1725 425DX 465 46,6 280016470,243,48 3,9 2,30,5400DN 100 5200 30581,60,941 900 x 1175 x 1725 435DX 580 58,3 350020580,111,60 5,9 3,40,7400DN 150 9600 56452,01,1761200 x 1200 x 1940 610DX 715 71,6 430025290,162,32 6,6 3,80,8400DN 150 9600 56452,51,4701200 x 1200 x 1940 630DX 91591,6550032340,243,488,04,61,0400DN 15010400 61152,91,7101200 x 1200 x 1940670DX 1165116,7 700041160,192,769,95,61,2400DN 20019200112904,02,3502225 x 1200 x 1970995DX 1455145,8 875051450,172,4712,4 7,01,6400DN 20019200112905,23,0602225 x 1200 x 19701165DX 1750175,01050061740,223,1914,6 8,21,8400DN 20020800122316,43,7602225 x 1200 x 19701225DX 2080208,31250073500,223,1918,610,32,3400DN 25023000135247,54,4103345 x 1200 x 20301710DX 2375237,51425083790,202,9020,211,22,5400DN 25023000135248,55,0003345 x 1200 x 20301940 Ambient/cooling water temperature¡C3035404550Factorf0,980,930,840,720,56 Inlet temperature¡C3040455055606570Factorf0,820,670,550,450,380,340,30 Operating pressureba8910111213141516Factorf0,600,700,800,880,941,041,061,091,101,121,141,151,161,17 Delivery volume/h3500Factor Ambient temperature (f¡C40=0,84 Inlet temperature (f¡C50=0,55 Operating overpressure (f)bar10=1,09Conversion factorsAccording to DIN ISO 7183, refrigerant dryers are d

21 esigned for 7 bar operating pressure, an
esigned for 7 bar operating pressure, an ambient temperature of 25 ¼C and an inlet temperature of 35 ¼C. For different operating pressures and temperatures, the following conversion factors should be used. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Refrigerant dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANTentire series. The BOGE system requires Ðup to 70% less than in conventional designs. ciency: DX 300 , and automatic. The refrigerant dryer provides a consistently high quality compressed air.Flow capacity: 30 Ð 237.5 m³/min, 1059 Ð 8379 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psig The dryer is designed for maximum SufÞ 1 bar): Compressed air temperature operating pressure 7 bar, ambient temperature +25¡C (max. +50¡C possible), pressure dew point possible). Technical data according to ¥Standard bypass assemblyWa¥ Air-cooled version from DX 1156¥Internal frost protection (to -10¡C) 9 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe most ef cient method of drying compressed air: just above freezing point which means that water and oil aerosols contained in the air will condense. During this process the aerosols tend to bind up and also discharge the dirt particles. An amply sized heat exchanger ensures reliability even in temporary extreme conditions. Maximum ef ciency and operational reliability can therefore be expected from the BOGE DR series. Type Flow capacitymax. Electr. Electr. W x D x H (mm) Weight/minm/hcfm barbarpsigkWHP50 Hz60 Hz/hcfm mm kgDR 3 0,33 20 12 160,060,90,150,20230230G 380 224310x450x 450 25DR 6 0,58 35 21 160,152,10,160,22230230G 380 224310x450x 450 26DR 8 0,83 50 29 160,192,70,220,30230230G 320 188310x450x 450 27DR 11 1,08 65 38 160,223,10,240,33230230G 320 188310x450x 450 28DR 171,7510562 160,223,10,48230230G 260 153310x450x 450 31DR 212,0812574 160,284,00,60230230G 260 153310x450x 450 32DR 252,5015088 140,284,00,61230 Ð G 1 650 383500x710x 74059DR 303,00180106 140,142,00,560,76230ÐG 1 650 383500x710x 740 60DR 505,00300177 140,284,01,22230ÐG 11300 765500x710x 740 79DR 606,00360212 140,162,31,29230ÐG 11300 765500x710x 740 80DR 757,50450265 140,243,41,081,47230ÐG 1 900 530500x710x 740 85DR 919,17550324 140,182,61,70400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 97090DR 10810,83650383 140,243,41,77400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 97092DR 12512,50750442 140,192,72,04400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 970 117DR 14114,16850501 140,182,61,772,41400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 970 121DR 18017,751065627 160,304,33,48400ÐG 231001825900x800x1230 176DR 19018,501110654 160,284,03,81400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 181DR 22522,501350795 160,162,34,01400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 186DR 23523,501410830 160,192,74,22400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 191DR 27527,501650972 160,314,43,254,42400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 197 Ambient/cooling water temperature¡C3035404550Factorf0,970,940,870,750,62 Inlet temperature¡C3040455055606570Factorf0,880,750,580,480,440,420,40 Operating pressureba8910111213141516Factorf0,600,700,800,880,941,041,061,091,101,121,141,151,161,17 Example (for dewpoint 3°C) Delivery volume/h750Factor Ambient temperature (f¡C40=0,87 Inlet temperature (f¡C45=0,75 Operating overpressure (f)bar13=1,14Conversion factorsAccording to DIN ISO 7183, refrigerant dryers are designed for 7 bar operating pressure, an ambient temperature of 25 ¼C and an inlet temperature of 35 ¼C.For different operating pressures and temperatures, the following conversion factors should be u

22 sed. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. Compress
sed. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. Compressed air refrigerant dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANTentire DR series. The BOGE system requires Ðup to 70% less than in conventional designs. cantly contributes to the efÞ cient and reliable operation of the refrigerant dryer.The BOGE dryer control is microprocessor based . Above model DR 25 an additional The BOGE refrigerant dryer is designed to quality, with a low pressure differential. pressure which saves money! The DR series dryers are equipped with a pressure dew point indicator.Flow capacity: 0.33 Ð 27.5 m³/min, 12 Ð 972 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psigThe dryer is designed for maximum SufÞ cient clearance must be +35¡C (max. +65¡C or +70¡C , ambient temperature +25¡C (max. +50¡C possible), pressure dew point are possible). Technical data according to DIN ISO 7183. Differing values on ¥Illuminated operating switch¥Heat exchanger with demisterWall mounting possible up to DR 21¥Power plug up to DR 75¥ T¥Standard bypass assembly¥ Potential-free error message, ¥Special voltages¥ ater-cooled option from DR 180¥ Internal frost protection Compressed Air Treatmenttreatment products to provide an optimal solution from initial assessment to system design. You are invited to contact our experts BOGE COMPRESSED AIR DRYERS °C Freezing point Pressure 83 110 182 250 0,08 0,11 0,18 0,25 1 2,6 6,7 14 30,4 45,8 93 124 146 241,7 5 7 10,8 15 60 154 400 850 1824 2750 5600 7400 8750 14 500 Flow capacity BOGE refrigerant dryer for BOGE membrane dryer / BOGE adsorption dryerfor standard pressure dewpoint –20 °C, –25 °C, –40 °C, –70 °C BOGE DAV adsorption dryer BOGE DAZ / DAU adsorption dryer BOGE DACZ air treatment unit BOGE DM membrane dryer BOGE DR and DX refrigerant dryer +7 +10 -20 -25 QUALITY CLASSES ACCORDING TO ISO 8573-1:2001 DR, DX = Refrigerant dryerDM= Membrane dryerDAZ = Adsorption dryer, heatlessDAV = Adsorption dryer, heat-regeneration with vacuum coolingDACZ = Air treatment unit comprising DAZ adsorption dryer, heatless with activated carbon adsorber Solid impurities ( Max. particle size per m Max. particle size in µm( Max. pressure dewpoint) Max. oil content0,1 0,5 1,0 °Cmg/mas speciÞ ed by user A/R-70¡C A/R100 0001 000-40¡C0,1 mg/m A/R A/R10 000-20¡C 1 mg/m A/R A/R A/R1 000+3¡C 5 mg/m20 000= +7¡CÑÑÑÑ Classes 6 and 7 are deÞ ned according to the maximum particle size and maximum density. Class 6: d 5 µm and density 5 mg/m Class 7: d µand density Classes 7 to 9 are defined according Class 7: C Class 8: 0,5 g/m Class 9: 5 g/m BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. Application for compressed air Quality Class*** Air com- Dust Water Oil¥ General industrial air BOGE- SCREW OR PISTON COMPRESSOR¥ Blow-down air¥ Sandblasting3——¥ Simple painting work¥ ¥ General factory air Simple paint spraying¥ Pneumatic tools¥ ¥ Air Conditioning¥ Measuring and control systems¥ Dental laboratory¥ Photographic laboratory¥ 11 – 31¥ ¥ High-quality paint sprayingSurface Þ nishing¥ Breathing air¥ Medical system13 – 41¥Breathing air High quality conveying airindustry ¥ Breweries11 – 31¥ Dairies¥ Pharmaceutical industry Cyclone-separator* Refrigerant-dryer Membrane dryer Adsorption dryer Activated carbon  Activated carbon Sterile &

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s@BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com | Sales@BogeSales.com 306-GB-5.5-06.2009/T · Technical changes and errors reserved.Our ranges of services include the following: Energy ef cient systems developmentPlant design and engineeringSystem control and visualisation Oil-free piston, screw and turbo compressors Oil injected screw compressorsCompressed air treatmentCompressed air distribution and storageCompressed air accessoriesCompressed air serviceFor four generations, customers from mechanical engineering, industrcompressed air systems. They are fully aware of the fact that BOGE AIR is more than just , outstanding efÞ ciency, excellent quality, maximised ß exibility along with dependable service are the ingredients to transform BOGE AIR into air to work with Ð in Germany, in Europe and in more than 80 countries around the world. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. 1 2 3 4 5 633 be treated prior to discharge into a foul water network. In the case of a simple suspension oil can be separated from water by gravity, on site, by using a cost effective BOGE oil/water separator.The compressor condensate ß ows under . Coarse dirt particles are retained . Gravity causes reservoir. Oil then ß ows into the overß ow proof oil collection reservoir . The pre-cleaned condensate ß ows into the Þ lter stage. The condensate ß ows from the inside to the outside of the pre-Þ lter oil droplets in its material. Additionally, any ß oating oil is gathered in the Þ lter chamber. reliably retained in the main Þ lter cartridge so that the remaining water, now Þ t for direct discharge, can be released into the foul water drain. The Þ lter cartridge is quick and very Type Piston compressors Piston compressors Screw compressors Dimensions Max. compressor output in Max. compressor output in Max. compressor output in …WAMAT 101,9220 x 222 x 528…WAMAT 11…WAMAT 125,6544 x 350 x 702…WAMAT 1411,3594 x 410 x 872…WAMAT 1522,5764 x 520 x 1090…WAMAT 1645,0939 x 650 x 1160 Output details for central European climate. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.BOGE Oil/Water separatorOPTIMUM SEPARATION A simple visual test indicates whether the Þ lter is due for replacement. Comparing samples quickly not the Þ lter efÞ ciency is still adequate. FILTER MONITORING lter monitoring in order to ensure The large overß ow is designed to prevent Þ lter is thus avoided. 31 air. The amount produced depends entirely on humidity, ambient temperatures and the volume of air generated. Condensate is produced in different quantities in different places within the compressed air network, i.e. when the temperature of the compressed air falls below the pressure dew point. Due to their absolute cient condensate management. Float drain85 mm, H = 185 mm ConnectionIn G , Out G Max. compressor output Max. dryer output use for*Dimensions in mmConnectionType/min 100% saturatedBekomat 31a, b164 x 65 x 118G Bekomat 32a, b179 x 74 x 127G Bekomat 12a 65 x 150 x 141G Bekomat 13a 93 x 212 x 162G a120 x 252 x 180G a, b280 x 280 x 280G * Output Þ gures based on central European climate conditionsa = condensate with oilb = oilfree, aggressive condensate BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.SIMPLE OPERATING PRINCIPLEFloat operated drains work very simply That means A potential free The intelligent 29 Compressed Air

25 Storage Compressed air receivers with h
Storage Compressed air receivers with higher operating pressures are available upon request Dimensions in mmWeightAir CDEF Horizontal receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar 50 780 300 380 380 400 32014 30G 2 x 1 sleeve on the back 90 995 350 390 500 550 33014 37G 1501360 400 410 480 800 35014 66G 2701540 500 570 625 800 50019 100G 3501610 550 620 660 900 55019 125G 5001730 600 670 7051100 60024 150G 1 7501828 750 730 8561100 66024 220G 1 10002070 800 790 8851200 72024 285G 1or 1 manhole 200021701150120013251300110023 555G 1 300026751250135014501500125023 765G 1 5000350014001500160022001400231170G 110000537016001600170037001550182100DN 100DN 100BCFheight Vertical receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 11 bar 2701765 500 500 460131780 100G 1G 3501835 550 550 510131845 125G 1G 5001980 600 655 525222070 150G 1 7502084 750 750 620222130 220G 1 10002340 800 800 670222400 285G 1 20002390115010001000232510 555G 2 30002790125012501150232865 765G 2 500037301400140013002338001170G 2 500037301400140013002338001180DN 100DN 100100005590160016001340Ð56602100DN 100DN 100 Dimensions in mmWeightAir LitresABCDEFHorizontal receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 16 bar 50 780 300 380 380 400 32014 37G 1501310 400 410 480 800 35014 74G 2501380 500 570 625 800 50019 113G 3501600 550 620 660 900 55019 145G 5001780 600 670 7051100 60024 180G 1 7501860 750 730 8561100 66024 275G 1 10002100 800 790 8851200 72024 355G 1or 1 manhole 200021701150120013251300110023 720G 1 300026751250135014501500125023 935G 1 5000327014001500160022001400231340G 110000537016001600170037001550182940DN 100DN 100BCFheight Vertical receivers, galvanised compressed air receivers, 16 bar 2501605 500 500 380131615 113G 1G 3501835 550 550 510131845 145G 1G 5001995 600 600 525222100 180G 1 7502110 750 750 620222155 275G 1 10002340 800 800 670222400 355G 1or 1 manhole 20002410115011501000232510 720G 2 30002790125012501150232865 935G 2 500037301400140013002338001340G 2 500037301400140013002338001350DN 100DN 100100005590160016001340Ð56602940DN 100DN 100 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Filter/Water separators (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Connections either side for easy installation. Pressure relief valve with gauge (max. 25 bar)Compact design. Connections either side for easy installation. Lubricator (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Integrated quantity compensation. Combined (Þ lter/pressure relief valve with gauge (max. 16 bar)Compact design. Manual or automatic condensate discharge. Pressure relief valve has secondary venting. Simple locking device when adjusting pressures. Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70175203273273), 6 bar secondary pressure (pp = 1 bar according to DIN ISO 69532,03,05,56,5Fastening bracket (wall mounting), coupling set, 30 micron Þ lter set, 5 micron Þ lter set, 30 micron Þ lter/regulator cartridge, 5 micron Þ lter/regulator cartridge. Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70140171224224 Rating at 6 bar pressure (p and pressure drop 3,44,44,67,5 Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 7010598134134 Rating at 10 bar pressure (p), 6 bar secondary pressure (pp = 1 bar according to DIN ISO 69532,03,27,08,0 Size of connection Dimensions: Length installedWidth mm 40 48 70 70120158202202 Rating at 6 bar pressure (p) and pressure dropVp = 1 bar1,82,03,23,5 27 Compr

26 essed Air Treatment | ConvertersOPERAT
essed Air Treatment | ConvertersOPERATING PRINCIPLE–natural substances present in our atmosphere. The catalyst material iscompact granules in a container with compressed air circulating around it. In the process, both oil droplets and oil aerosols are cracked providing for the production of absolutely oil-free compressed air to achieve quality class 1 (ISO 8573-1). The investment and operating costs of a BC converter are lower when compared innovative catalyst system only ultra clean condensate is produced – meaning the system Type Flow rate atMax.over-Weight7 bar45 bar/minm/minbarkWAVkWh/mmmkg1Ð151,210230650x461x11381302Ð155,0164000,010 0,5965x400x15182404Ð155,0164000,010 0,5965x400x15182607Ð155,0164000,010 0,61075x580x171833010Ð7,0204000,007 0,61075x580x171838015ÐDN 5010,0204000,007 0,61460x710x195060020ÐDN 6514,0324000,007 0,51460x710x195071025ÐDN 6518,0324000,007 0,51460x710x195080040ÐDN 8028,0644000,005 0,52220x900x2240150050Ð28,0644000,005 0,52244x900x22401700Ð6451,2102300,010 2,5965x400x1518130Ð12455,0164000,006 2,5965x400x1518240 Working pressurebar456789101112131415f10,630,750,881,131,251,381,631,751,882,00 Working pressurebar51020304045f10,130,240,460,670,89Factors for 45-bar versions (BC…HP series)S 40-2, Pressure:, free air deliverConversion factor: BC 4, nominal capacity at 7 bar: 4 m ow rate: 4 m(= max. permissible FAD of connected compressor)Calculation of min.  ow rate (70 %) of BC 4: 0.7 x 5.52 m(= required min. FAD of connected compressor) BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. of approximately 5 watt/m³. There is no compressed air loss through the Þ lter,, OIL FREE CONDENSATE. This completely eliminates MAINTENANCE FRIENDLYWith an expected service life of 15,000 Additionally, the converter does not use a Þ , which means there are no Þ lter element changes ever HIGH OPERATING DEPENDABILITYdownstream of compressor is ideal. Typical applications:¥blowing air (PET)¥medical science (breathing air)¥food industrpharmaceutical industry¥chemical industry¥electronics industry¥and many more 25 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersEnsures clean compressed air with a long service life: the lowest residual oil content (0.003 mg/m³) the activated carbon adsorber is designed to eliminate oil aerosols that may have penetrated the intake air. The BOGE activated carbon adsorbers are ideal for the most stringent air TypeCapacity*DimensionsConnectionMax. PressureWeight/hcfmDCZ 4 8 5219 x 210 x 390159219 x 210 x 5652515219 x 210 x 8153521563372428650DCZ 1810562245 x 400 x 1380G 11645,014585200118255150350206420247620365750441940553 Higher capacities are available upon request*m/h at 1 bar to DIN ISO 7183 Receiver as per PED individual acceptance / CE standard bar456789101214160,620,750,891,081,261,361,62 Temp. ¡C2025304045501,011,011,010,850,750,50eff. capacityfactor P x T Volume ß ow 150 mMin. operating pressure 8 bar (g)Max. inlet temperature +40¡Cfactor P from table 1.08factor T from table 0.85Conversion factor: Pressure To calculate the right adsorber capacity DCZ 4 Ð DCZ 14DCZ 18 Ð DCZ 161 B T B T H H BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Activated Carbon Adsorbers PRE-FILTERSquality a BOGE pre-Þ lter should be installed downstream of the active carbon adsorber. To protect against oil and water droplets and lters carbon adsorber.OIL CHECK INDICAA deep, premium quality, active carbon bed ow speed Flow capacity: 8 Ð 940 m³/h, 5 Ð 553 cfmMax. operatin

27 g pressure: 16 bar, 230 psig 23 Compress
g pressure: 16 bar, 230 psig 23 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersFor ultra clean compressed air in extreme conditions: is achieved in several stages. Pre- lters are used to separate coarse impurities from the compressed air. Smaller solids and oil can be removed by means of micro lters. Finally active carbon  lters are used to clean oil vapours, aromatics,  avourings and odours from the compressed air. This assures oil free and clean compressed air even in extreme conditions! BOGE TypeWeightFilter element/NumberBCDkg Aluminium housing with threaded connector as per DIN 2999V 5 167 14 60 0,81/5 VV 10 50 209 21 75 1,51/10 VV 12 70 209 21 90 1,51/12 V 279 21160 1,71/20 V 315 43135 4,31/30 VG 1130 415 43235 5,01/50 V 515 43335 5,51/80 V 715 43525 6,91/120 VG 2164 823 48520 9,61/160 VG 21641073 4877017,91/250 V Steel housing with  DN 803801260175530 54,0804401310205530 80,01/400 VDN 1005001440230550108,0 Max. operating pressure 16 bar, incl. automatic condensate drain, differential pressure gauge from V 10 onwards, relative to 20 ¡C and 1 bar absolute at 7 bar over pressure bar Over-pressure123456789100,250,380,50,630,750,881,131,251,38 Differential pressure and ef ciency Differential pressure in clean condition EfÞ ciency99,99 % relative to 3 µm Higher pressures and capacities are available upon request BOGE Type ConnectionDimensions in mmWeightWeightNumber/TypeABCkgFP or A Aluminium housing with threaded connector as per DIN 2999FP 5/A 5 60 165 14120 0,8 1,61/ 5 FP/AFP 10/A 10 50 87 215 21174 1,5 3,01/ 10 FP/AFP 12/A 12 70 87 215 21174 1,5 3,01/ 12 FP/A 87 285 21174 1,7 3,41/ 20 FP/A130 325 43260 4,3 8,91/ 30 FP/AG 1130 425 43260 5,0 10,71/ 50 FP/A130 525 43260 5,5 11,61/ 80 FP/A130 725 43260 6,9 14,2G 2164 825 48340 9,6 19,7G 2164107548340 17,9 Steel housing with  FFP 250/AF 2501850DN 80380760 54,0804401320205880 80,0FFP 490/AF 4903700DN 10050014402301000108,0 Max. operating pressure 16 bar, incl. automatic condensate drain on model FP 5 onwards, differential pressure gauge on model FP 10 onwards, relative to 20 ¡C and 1 bar absolute at 7 bar over pressure, technical data for series FP and A are identical bar Over-pressure123456789100,250,380,500,630,750,881,131,251,38Conversion factor f at other operating pressuresConversion factor f at other operating pressures FP 10 to FP 250 FFP 250 to FFP 490 Combination of FP Þ lter and A 10 to 250 Combination of FFP Þ lter and AF 250 to 490 V 10 to V 250 VF 250 to VF 490 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Pre-Þ lters MicroÞ lter and Activated Carbon Filters Pre-Þ lter MicroÞ lter and active carbon Þ lter LAYOUTIt is recommended that a pre-Þ lter is yer and the microÞ lter. BOGE pre-Þ lters are 99.99 percent cient based on 3 µm, thus providing LAYOUT lters are best used as main Þ lters in the compressed air line or as point of use Þ lters are 99.99 percent cient based on 0.01 µm. The residual oil content after a microÞ in combination with active carbon Þ lters. Differential pressure and ef ciency Differential pressure in clean condition EfÞ ciency99,99999 % relative to 0,01 µmResidual oil content max. 0,01 mg/m Residual oil content = 0,003 mg/m99,99999 % relative to 0,01 µm Higher pressures and capacities are available upon request Z 20 Ð Z 37521 Compressed Air Treatment | FiltersThe BOGE heavy-duty cyclone separators takes liquids, aerosols and solids from the

28 compressed air. Based on the law of ine
compressed air. Based on the law of inertia they operate with practically no maintenance – ideally installed downstream of the compressor. Type Flow capacity*air connectionMax. operating 8 bar10 bar13 barbarmmmmZ 20 2,28 2,91 3,6416 80260Z 40 4,13 5,25 6,5616 95280Z 65 6,88 8,7510,93G 116110355Z 9010,0812,8416,0316110355Z 12513,7517,5021,8816150470Z 17018,2623,2429,05G 216150470Z 27530,2538,5048,1316180580Z 37541,2552,9265,6316180580* relates to the compressorÕs intake condition (+ 20¡C, 1 bar) BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.BEKOMATAn electronically level controlled, loss-free, Bekomat condensate drain can be Þ tted as treatment safety.Apart from the drain, the cyclone separator Ðsaving energyYOUTmounted vertically.of a vortex cartridge and a reservoir. compressed air into rotary movement. water to separate and ß ow into the collection reservoir. 19 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersEnergy efHeat regenerated adsorption dryers are ideally suited for -40°C). Ambient air is taken and heated under vacuum to regenerate the desiccant. This process enables ef cient compressed air drying resulting in energy savings of up to 25 percent in comparison with traditional systems. Type Volume of  ow*ConnectionWidthWeightPower/minm/hcfmmmmmmmkgkWh/hDAV 757,0 420 241 DN 4012151955 992 460DAV 858,5 510 293 DN 12142204 992 560DAV 10510,7 640 370 DN 50130622471082 750DAV 14514,2 850 487 DN 50136022711120 800DAV 20019,7 1180 681DN 80156026641264 115010,9DAV 25025,0 1500 863 DN 80161026801279 135012,8DAV 33033,0 19801141 DN 80170027301585 172016,3DAV 39039,223501353DN 100202028451447188018,1DAV 45548,829301688DN 100208028701580235022,5DAV 55559,235502047DN 100217029401740285027,8DAV 68568,341002365DN 150245031901780400032,2DAV 79079,047402735DN 150255032102110410038,9DAV 87587,552503029DN 150255032301955420044,9DAV 1035103,562103582DN 150260035001910495052,3DAV 1185118,371004094DN 150265035201940570056,4DAV 1335133,380004611DN 200310035852180640067,1DAV 1535153,392005306DN 200315036052300740075,6DAV 1800180,0108006224DN 200325036702355870085,3DAV 2050205,0123007088DN 2503500385525151150098,9DAV 2415241,7145008359DN 25036003895257013500111,4*m/h at 1 bar to DIN 7183. Higher capacities and lower pressure dewpoints down to Ð70 ¡C are available upon request. Receiver as per PED individual acceptance / CE standard Temperature456789100,690,800,901,061,171,290,440,620,801,161,280,280,420,590,790,880,96 To calculate the max. dryer capacity Selected type DAV 685. To calculate the max. dryer capacity(DAV 685) = 4100 m Reserve dryer capacitymax. dryer capacity Ð volume ß owVolume ß ow 3000 mMin. operating pressure 5 bar (g)Max. inlet temperature +30¡CPressure dew point -25¡CFactor from table 0.80Conversion factors, depending on pressure and temperature DAV 75 Ð DAV 2415 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Adsorption dryers DAV 75DAV 2415including pre-Þ lter and after-Þ lterMODULAR SYSTEMOptions: controlled regeneration air; FUNCTIONAL DISPLAYThe innovatively designed controller, clearly cycle, vacuum pump, and changeover Ð for safe and efÞ FILTRATION lter as standard. drying,assuring best possible quality.¥ Two-layer desiccant bed, balanced ciency water retention. ¥ Low regeneration temperature of the¥ Intensive cooling using vacuum¥ Pressure build-up on the wet side¥ Changeover without pressuredew point peak. Moisture in thenever reaches the drying zone.Flow capaci

29 ty: 420 Ð 14500 m³/h, 241 Ð 8359 cfmM
ty: 420 Ð 14500 m³/h, 241 Ð 8359 cfmMax. operating pressure: 10 bar, 150 psig 17 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe easy way to dry compressed air: dryers achieve a pressure dew point of -40°C. They can be conto reach -70°C. Such dewpoints eliminate the risk of downstream condensate especially in the case of an external airline. Adsorption dryers do not contain any CFCs and are therefore neither ozone depleting nor do they have any impact on the environment. Type Capacity*Regeneration Air(1 bar, +20°C) Air Outlet (minimal) (1 bar, +20°C) Pressure Loss Weight/hcfmm/hcfmm/hcfmDAU 1 N 5 3 0,85 0,5 4,1 2,4 65300x121x343GDAU 2 N 10 6 1,70 1,0 8,1 4,8 95300x121x591G 11DAU 3 N 15 9 2,55 1,5 12,2 7,2115300x121x853G 15DAU 5 N 25 15 4,25 2,5 20,3 11,9250300x121x1377G 24DAU 6 N 35 20 5,95 3,5 28,4 16,7 75531x195x665G1 29DAU 8 N 50 30 8,50 5,0 40,6 23,9100531x195x917G1 38DAU 11 N 65 40 11,10 6,5 52,8 31,1125531x195x1169G1 48DAU 13 N 80 45 13,60 8,0 65,0 38,2170531x195x1421G1 57DAU 17 N 100 60 17,00 10,0 61,3 36,0250531x195x1673G1 67 *Capacity relative to 1 bar according to DIN ISO 7183 Temperature Operating pressure bar (g)456789101112131415160,690,820,961,101,241,381,501,501,501,501,501,501,500,690,820,961,101,381,501,501,501,501,501,501,500,630,750,881,131,261,381,501,501,501,501,501,500,480,580,680,770,870,961,061,161,251,351,451,501,500,380,450,530,600,680,750,830,900,981,051,131,201,280,300,360,420,480,540,600,660,720,780,840,900,961,02Design: DAU 1 N – DAU 17 N, Correction factor f Vcorr = To calculate the max. drVolume ß ow 22 mMin. operating pressure 10 bar (Ÿ)Max. inlet temperature +30¡CFactor from table 1.50 DAU 1 N Ð DAU 17 N BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Heatless adsorption dryer DAU 1 NDAU 17 NFILTRATION lter as standard.ying, all REGENERATION. The wet tower is purged via a stream of dry air that is Þ INLET AND OUTLET VALVESyer. Energy savings are therefore Flow capacity: 5 Ð 100 m³/h, 3 Ð 60 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar 15 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe all-in one package for dry compressed air: compressed air pressure dew points below +3°C. The heatless BOGE adsorption dryers can reach dew points of -70°C (standard -40°C). the adsorption eliminating the need for any external power supply. BOGE Capacity* DimensionsCon-WeightTypem/hcfm W/D/H mmnectionkg**DAZ 4 8 5 312x 210x 390G DAZ 5 15 9 312x 210x 565G 13DAZ 6 25 15 359x 210x 815G 17DAZ 8 35 21 359x 210x1065G 25DAZ 9 56 33 436x 300x1185G 52DAZ 11 72 42 436x 300x1410G 65DAZ 14 86 50 436x 300x1610G 77DAZ 1810562670x 510x1445G 1125DAZ 26 145 85 670x 515x1690G 1 143DAZ 36 200 118 670x 530x1710G 1 178DAZ 46 255 150 710x 535x1770G 1 218DAZ 61 350 206 841x 570x1790G 1DAZ 71 420 247 841x 570x1815G 1DAZ 101 620 365 841x 590x1845G 1DAZ 126 750 441 1010x 610x1980G 2 430DAZ 161 940 5531010x 630x2000G 2 505DAZ 2011200 7061060x 840x2080DN 50 640DAZ 2611550 9121270x 900x2120DN 65 830DAZ 341200011761350x 990x2160DN 65 955DAZ 421250014701530x1040x2210DN 801075DAZ 501300017641600x1100x2255DN 801500DAZ 646380022351875x1200x2385DN 1001990DAZ 811485028521925x1250x2660DN 1002410DAZ 1021610035872160x1565x2820DN 1252850 BOGE Capacity* Dimensions WeightTypem/hcfm W/D/H mmDACZ 4 8 5 445x210x 390G 12DACZ 5 15 9 445x210x 565G 17DACZ 6 25 15 492x210x 815G 24DACZ 8 35 21 492x210x1065G 34DACZ 9 56

30 33 629x300x1185G 72DACZ 11 72 42 629
33 629x300x1185G 72DACZ 11 72 42 629x300x1410G 90DACZ 14 86 50 629x300x1610G DACZ 1810562870x510x1445G 1158DACZ 26 145 85 870x515x1690G 1 183DACZ 36 200 118 1010x530x1710G 1 235DACZ 46 255 150 1075x535x1770G 1 295DACZ 61 350 206 1096x570x1790G 1DACZ 70 420 2471145x570x1815G 1DACZ 101 620 3651295x590x1845G 1DACZ 126 750 4411610x610x1980G 2570DACZ 161 940 5531650x630x2000G 2 685 Upon request* Capacity in m/h at 1 bar to DIN ISO 7183 ** from DAZ 200 weight without Þ lter Max. operating pressure DAZ 4 Ð DAZ 160 DAZ 200 Ð DA 1020 Electrical connection 230V; 50 Hz; 0,021 kW (Dimensions and weights for models DA/DAC 200 onwards do not include pre-Þ lters and after Þ lters) To calculate the speciÞ c dreff. capacity To calculate the max. dryer capacityConversion factors to determine dryer size for PDP to –40 °C Temperature56789101112131415160,750,891,081,261,311,361,491,701,791,900,640,780,911,081,161,241,351,471,571,671,770,610,730,820,941,031,071,101,221,351,461,571,660,590,670,790,860,991,031,071,181,291,371,461,55 Higher inlet temperatures available upon request. Subject to modiÞ cation.Volume ß ow 375 mMin. operating pressure 8 bar (Ÿ)Max. inlet temperature +35¡CPressure dew point -40¡CFactor from table 1.08 DAZ 4 Ð DAZ 14DAZ 18 Ð DAZ 161 DAZ 201 Ð DAZ 1021 DACZ 4 Ð DACZ 14DACZ 18 Ð DACZ 161BTBT H B T H H B T H B T BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Adsorption dryers DAZ 4DAZ 1021Adsorption dryer units DACZ 4DACZ 161Adsorption dryer DAZheatless with pre- and after-Þ ltersFUNCTION DISPLAYcabinet permanently indicates operational status. of energy. The compressor synchronising control yer. pressure and output quantity.Treatment system DACZ seriesDAZ Adsorption Dryer combined Activated Carbon Adsorber. FILTRATION lter as standard. Even before drying,Flow capacity: 8 Ð 6100 m³/h, 5 Ð 3587 cfmMax. operating pressure: 10 bar and 16 bar, 150 and 230 psig 13 Compressed Air Treatment | Dryersdryer is used where the pressure dew point needs to be reduced between +20 and +55°C. It requires little space and can be installed at minimal cost –ideally between the compressor and the receiver. TypeMax. operating Dryer inletPurge airFlow volumeDryer outlet L x W x HWeightbarpsigl/mincfmtl/mincfml/min (air used)cfmIN/OUTmmkgDM 05 V 7100 300 1120 K 301 27010G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 420 1520 K 381 38213G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220 750 2620 K 622 68824G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 7100 180 635 K 301 150 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 250 935 K 381 212 7G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220460 1635 K 622 39814G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 7100 125 455 K 301 95 3G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V 9130 175755 K 381 137 5G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 05 V15220 320 1155 K 622 258 9G 167 x 60 x 5223,0DM 06 V 7100 400 1420 K 401 36013G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 560 2020 K 502 51018G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 950 3420 K 803 87031G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 7100 240 835 K 401 200 7G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 335 1235 K 502 28510G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 605 2135 K 803 52519G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 7100 170 655 K 401 130 5G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V 9130 235 855 K 502 1857G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 06 V15220 425 1555 K 803 34512G 167 x 60 x 5823,2DM 09 V 7100 600 2120 K 602 54019G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 835 2920 K 753 76027G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V1522014705220 K1254134547G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 7100 360 1335 K 602 30011G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 505 1835 K 753 43015G 2

31 10 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 890 3135 K1
10 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 890 3135 K1254 76527G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 7100 245 955 K 602 185 7G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V 9130 345 1255 K 757 270 10G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 09 V15220 650 2355 K1254 52519G 210 x 80 x 5924,5DM 13 V 7100 800 2820 K 803 72025G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 91301110 3920 K1054100535G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V1522018206420 K1555166559G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 7100 485 1735 K 803 40514G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 9130 675 2435 K1054 57020G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V1522011504135 K155599535G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 7100 330 1255 K 803 250 9G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V 9130 465 1655 K1054 36013G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 13 V15220 820 2955 K1555 66523G 210 x 80 x 6424,8DM 14 V 71001050 3720 K1204 93033G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 91301470 5220 K1505132047G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522027309620 K2509248088G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 7100 710 2535 K1204 59021G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 9130 990 3535 K1505 84030G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522017806335 K2509153054G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 7100 485 1755 K1204 36513G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V 9130 680 2455 K1505 53019G 210 x 80 x 7125,1DM 14 V1522013204755 K2509107038G 210 x 80 x 7125,1 BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Membrane dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLYThe membrane dryer does not contain any CFCs As the membrane dryer does not have a INTEGRATED COMPRESSED AIR FILTERA standard compressed air Þ TED CYCLONE SEPARATORby way of pre-Þ Membrane Dryer Layout Nano-Þ lterdryer cap (A) and ß ows down the central tube (D). The Nano-Þ lter (C) removes any remaining aerosols and particles, separated condensate is drained (F). The saturated compressed air ß ows through the inside of the membranes. A part of the atmosphere at the nozzle (E). This very dry purge air is lead across the outside of the membranes (D). Thus the saturated compressed air ß ows on the inside and the dry purge air on the outside. Due to the differences in humidity, moisture diffuses from the compressed air to the purge air. The dry compressed air exits. Flow capacity: 125 Ð 2730 l/min, 4 Ð 96 cfmMax. operating pressure: 7 Ð 15 bar, 100 Ð 220 psig 11 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersCompressed air drying can be extremely cost effective: and cost effective control the DX series provides absolutely energy efcompressed air drying. The energy consumption display illustrates the large savings potential by ensuring dry compressed air is produced in the most energy ef cient manner. Type Flow capacity Pressure at full load Electr. power Electr. Cooling air required at required at W x D x H Weight/minm/hcfmbarpsig2633)m/hcfmmmkg/hcfmDX 300 30,0 180010590,121,74 3,1 1,70,4400DN 100 4800 28231,00,588 900 x 1175 x 1725 412DX 330 33,3 200011760,142,03 3,2 1,90,4400DN 100 4800 28231,10,647 900 x 1175 x 1725 420DX 380 38,3 230013530,192,76 3,4 2,00,4400DN 100 4800 28231,30,765 900 x 1175 x 1725 425DX 465 46,6 280016470,243,48 3,9 2,30,5400DN 100 5200 30581,60,941 900 x 1175 x 1725 435DX 580 58,3 350020580,111,60 5,9 3,40,7400DN 150 9600 56452,01,1761200 x 1200 x 1940 610DX 715 71,6 430025290,162,32 6,6 3,80,8400DN 150 9600 56452,51,4701200 x 1200 x 1940 630DX 91591,6550032340,243,488,04,61,0400DN 15010400 61152,91,7101200 x 1200 x 1940670DX 1165116,7 700041160,192,769,95,61,2400DN 20019200112904,02,3502225 x 1200 x 1970995DX 1455145,8 875051450,172,4712,4 7,01,6400DN 20019200112905,23,0602225 x 1200 x 19701165DX 1750175,01050061740,223,1914,6 8,21,8400DN 20020800122316,43,760

32 2225 x 1200 x 19701225DX 2080208,3125007
2225 x 1200 x 19701225DX 2080208,31250073500,223,1918,610,32,3400DN 25023000135247,54,4103345 x 1200 x 20301710DX 2375237,51425083790,202,9020,211,22,5400DN 25023000135248,55,0003345 x 1200 x 20301940 Ambient/cooling water temperature¡C3035404550Factorf0,980,930,840,720,56 Inlet temperature¡C3040455055606570Factorf0,820,670,550,450,380,340,30 Operating pressureba8910111213141516Factorf0,600,700,800,880,941,041,061,091,101,121,141,151,161,17 Delivery volume/h3500Factor Ambient temperature (f¡C40=0,84 Inlet temperature (f¡C50=0,55 Operating overpressure (f)bar10=1,09Conversion factorsAccording to DIN ISO 7183, refrigerant dryers are designed for 7 bar operating pressure, an ambient temperature of 25 ¼C and an inlet temperature of 35 ¼C. For different operating pressures and temperatures, the following conversion factors should be used. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.Refrigerant dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANTentire series. The BOGE system requires Ðup to 70% less than in conventional designs.The refrigerant dryer is equipped with a INTELLIGENT REGULATION summer, and automatic. The quality compressed air.Flow capacity: 30 Ð 237.5 m³/min, 1059 Ð 8379 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psig The dryer is designed for maximum SufÞ cient clearance must be provided on all sides of the dryer to possible), operating pressure 7 barambient temperature +25¡C (max. +50¡C possible), pressure dew point possible). Technical data according to ¥Standard bypass assemblyWater-cooled version up to DX 915¥Internal frost protection (to -10¡C) 9 Compressed Air Treatment | DryersThe most ef cient method of drying compressed air: just above freezing point which means that water and oil aerosols contained in the air will condense. During this process the aerosols tend to bind up and also discharge the dirt particles. An amply sized heat exchanger ensures reliability even in temporary extreme conditions. Maximum ef ciency and operational reliability can therefore be expected from the BOGE DR series. Type Flow capacitymax. Electr. Electr. W x D x H (mm) Weight/minm/hcfm barbarpsigkWHP50 Hz60 Hz/hcfm mm kgDR 3 0,33 20 12 160,060,90,150,20230230G 380 224310x450x 450 25DR 6 0,58 35 21 160,152,10,160,22230230G 380 224310x450x 450 26DR 8 0,83 50 29 160,192,70,220,30230230G 320 188310x450x 450 27DR 11 1,08 65 38 160,223,10,240,33230230G 320 188310x450x 450 28DR 171,7510562 160,223,10,48230230G 260 153310x450x 450 31DR 212,0812574 160,284,00,60230230G 260 153310x450x 450 32DR 252,5015088 140,284,00,61230 Ð G 1 650 383500x710x 74059DR 303,00180106 140,142,00,560,76230ÐG 1 650 383500x710x 740 60DR 505,00300177 140,284,01,22230ÐG 11300 765500x710x 740 79DR 606,00360212 140,162,31,29230ÐG 11300 765500x710x 740 80DR 757,50450265 140,243,41,081,47230ÐG 1 900 530500x710x 740 85DR 919,17550324 140,182,61,70400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 97090DR 10810,83650383 140,243,41,77400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 97092DR 12512,50750442 140,192,72,04400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 970 117DR 14114,16850501 140,182,61,772,41400 Ð G 227001589500x850x 970 121DR 18017,751065627 160,304,33,48400ÐG 231001825900x800x1230 176DR 19018,501110654 160,284,03,81400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 181DR 22522,501350795 160,162,34,01400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 186DR 23523,501410830 160,192,74,22400ÐG 226001530900x800x1230 191DR 27527,501650972 160,314,43,254,42400ÐG 226001530900x800

33 x1230 197 Ambient/cooling water temper
x1230 197 Ambient/cooling water temperature¡C3035404550Factorf0,970,940,870,750,62 Inlet temperature¡C3040455055606570Factorf0,880,750,580,480,440,420,40 Operating pressureba8910111213141516Factorf0,600,700,800,880,941,041,061,091,101,121,141,151,161,17 Example (for dewpoint 3°C) Delivery volume/h750Factor Ambient temperature (f¡C40=0,87 Inlet temperature (f¡C45=0,75 Operating overpressure (f)bar13=1,14Conversion factorsAccording to DIN ISO 7183, refrigerant dryers are designed for 7 bar operating pressure, an ambient temperature of 25 ¼C and an inlet temperature of 35 ¼C.For different operating pressures and temperatures, the following conversion factors should be used. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. Compressed air refrigerant dryers ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COOLANTentire DR series. The BOGE system requires Ðup to 70% less than in conventional designs. This signiÞ cient and reliable operation of the refrigerant dryer.The BOGE dryer control is microprocessor based . Above model DR 25 an additional control switches off the dryer during periods of standstill saving up to 90% of the dryer energy , with a low pressure differential. A low pressure which saves money! The DR series indicator.Flow capacity: 0.33 Ð 27.5 m³/min, 12 Ð 972 cfmMax. operating pressure: 16 bar, 235 psigThe dryer is designed for maximum SufÞ cient clearance must be provided on all sides of the dryer to 1 bar): Compressed air temperature operating pressure 7 bar,+50¡C possible), pressure dew point are possible). Technical data according to DIN ISO 7183. Differing values on ¥Illuminated operating switch¥Heat exchanger with demisterWall mounting possible up to DR 21¥Power plug up to DR 75¥ Terminal box from DR 91¥Emergency stop switch from DR 91Potential-free error message, ¥Special voltages¥ Wa¥ Internal frost protection Compressed Air Treatmenttreatment products to provide an optimal solution from initial assessment to system design. You are invited to contact our experts BOGE COMPRESSED AIR DRYERS °C Freezing point Pressure 83 110 182 250 0,08 0,11 0,18 0,25 1 2,6 6,7 14 30,4 45,8 93 124 146 241,7 5 7 10,8 15 60 154 400 850 1824 2750 5600 7400 8750 14 500 Flow capacity BOGE refrigerant dryer for BOGE membrane dryer / BOGE adsorption dryerfor standard pressure dewpoint –20 °C, –25 °C, –40 °C, –70 °C BOGE DAV adsorption dryer BOGE DAZ / DAU adsorption dryer BOGE DACZ air treatment unit BOGE DM membrane dryer BOGE DR and DX refrigerant dryer +7 +10 -20 -25 QUALITY CLASSES ACCORDING TO ISO 8573-1:2001 DR, DX = Refrigerant dryerDM= Membrane dryerDAZ = Adsorption dryer, heatlessDAV = Adsorption dryer, heat-regeneration with vacuum coolingDACZ = Air treatment unit comprising DAZ adsorption dryer, heatless with activated carbon adsorber Solid impurities ( Max. particle size per m Max. particle size in µm( Max. pressure dewpoint) Max. oil content0,1 0,5 1,0 °Cmg/mas speciÞ ed by user A/R-70¡C A/R100 0001 000-40¡C0,1 mg/m A/R A/R10 000-20¡C 1 mg/m A/R A/R A/R1 000+3¡C 5 mg/m20 000= +7¡CÑÑÑÑ Classes 6 and 7 are deÞ ned according to the maximum particle size and maximum density. Class 6: d 5 µm and density 5 mg/m Class 7: d µand density Classes 7 to 9 are defined according Class 7: C Class 8: 0,5 g/m Class 9: 5 g/m BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. Application for compressed air Quality Class*** Air com- Dust Water Oil¥ General industrial air BOGE- SCR

34 EW OR PISTON COMPRESSOR¥ Blow-down air
EW OR PISTON COMPRESSOR¥ Blow-down air¥ Sandblasting3——¥ Simple painting work¥ ¥ General factory air¥ High-quality¥ Pneumatic tools¥ Control airAir Conditioning¥ FluidicsMeasuring and control systems¥ Dental laboratory¥ Photographic laboratory¥ 11 – 31¥ Instrument air paint spraying¥ Surface Þ¥ Breathing air¥ Medical system13 – 41¥Breathing air High quality conveying air¥ Food industr Breweries11 – 31¥ Dairies¥ Pharmaceutical industry Cyclone-separator* Refrigerant-dryer Membrane dryer Adsorption dryer Activated carbon  Activated carbon Sterile  * Only for compressors without compressed air receiver ** Coarser impurities separated out to extend service life of microÞ lter *** ISO 8573-1:1991 Compressed Air TreatmentThere are some industry sectors that cannot accept anything less than high quality compressed air. Such Industries can rely on BOGE to provide specialist professional advice in the selection of the correct air treatment system to suit their speci c needs – and, THE RIGHT BALANCE: ADVANTAGES OF BOGE COMPRESSED AIR TREATMENT.CAREFUL PLANNING AND ADVICEtreatment, specialist advice is crucial because generate unnecessary costs in the long run. You -BENEFIT RATIOCompressed air treatment is a necessary cost t ratio. An oversized or undersized air treatment system is likely to result in unnecessary costs or jeopardise the operating integrity of the system. for every application. QUALITY “MADE IN GERMANY” cient and reliable as our demanding customers rightfully expect. purchased parts to Þ nal inspection and testing of each product. And, when it comes to product development, BOGE ranks among the Þ rst for German engineering: time after time we are recognised as trendsetters in the industry Worldwide patents. BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK.THE CLEAN UP! FROM AIR TO BOGE QUALITY AIR. Compressed air is a versatile medium. It is widely used throughout Industry and, for example, can be found in workshops and sectors require absolutely dry, oil-free and often sterile compressed air.from BOGE wherever the safe and efÞ cient puriÞ cation of the compressed air is required. utmost to conÞ gure a customised air treatment system to meet any given set of criteria. 1 m³ of untreated ambient air can contain up to 180 million particles of dirt as well as apour and oil in the form of unburned hydrocarbons. During the compression process the concentration of these particles increases: at a pressure of 10 bar, for e an eleven-fold value of 2 billion dirt particles is reached. Optimally treated BOGE compressed air is dry, dust-free, oil-free and if required sterile. Air Treatment SystemsCOMPRESSED AIR TREATMENT DRYERS FILTERS CONVERTERS COMPRESSED AIR STORAGE BOGE AIR. THE AIR TO WORK. compressed air supply. If it is BOGE AIR then you can be assured that it is quality air “Made in Germany”. This not only applies to the  rst class energy ef cient compressed air top quality compressed air treatment products. the compressor range to provide the optimal, most effective and ef cient compressed air quality with BOGE air provides them with the air to work. COMPRESSED AIR TREATMENT BOGE AIR. THE AIR