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Electrical Cabinet Dryers

Parker Balston Cabinet Dryer for Wash Down AreasElectrical cabinets and motors are subject to nightly high pressure, hot wash downs. Over time, most cabinets develop moisture inside which leads to premature component failures. This interrupts production resulting in downtime and maintenance costs. Expensive vortex coolers or heaters don’t work. Vortex coolers use a considerable amount of air and have a high operating cost. Heaters simply raise the humidity of the air.

The Parker Balston Cabinet Dryer reduces the humidity inside the cabinet to less than 10% RH. Any water that infi ltrates the cabinet evaporates quickly. Electrical components stay clean and dry which prolongs their life.

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Features and Benefits:

  • Designed specifically for wash down areas
  • Protects electrical cabinet components from damage caused by water and high humidity
  • Minimizes pools of water inside cabinets
  • Positive pressure keeps dust out
  • Adds no heat to the cabinet
  • Reduces cabinet humidity to less than 10% RH
  • Requires no electricity, low operating costs
  • Easy to install and maintain
  • Quiet operation
  • Protect motors, touch screens, drives and other critical components
Model: Model CD0005
Compressed Air Dryers, Membrane for Electrical Cabinets
Cabinet Size: 0-4 FT3 (0-0.11m3)
Typical Applications: Washdown Areas, Electrical Cabinets

Model: Model CD0010
Compressed Air Dryers, Membrane for Electrical Cabinets
Cabinet Size: 4-12FT3 (0.11m3-0.34m3)
Typical Applications: Washdown Areas, Electrical Cabinets

Model: Model CD0030
Compressed Air Dryers, Membrane for Electrical Cabinets
Cabinet Size: 12-36FT3 (0.34m3 - 1m3)
Typical Applications: Washdown Areas, Electrical Cabinets


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Gas Separation and Filtration Division
4087 Walden Ave.
Lancaster, NY 14086
1-800-343-4048 (US and Canada)
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