DML / DCL hermetic filter driers, HFC optimized

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The most reliable filter drier in the market

The DML filter drier is designed for air conditioning systems that require high moisture removal capacity. DML filter driers are optimized for HFC refrigerants and mineral or benzene oils. The filter driers are hermetic and approved for 46 bar. DML filter driers are delivered with flare or copper/copper plated steel connections.

DCL filter driers are designed for applications requiring high moisture removal capacity as well as acid adsorption capacity. The DCL filter driers have the same wide application range and benefits as the DML filter driers.

Both the DML and the DCL filter driers are available with solder (Cu-plated steel connectors) and flare connections.

Features and benefits

DML filter driers

100 % Molecular Sieve core

High drying capacity minimizing the risk of acid formation (hydrolysis)

Recommended for use with HFC and HCFC refrigerants

Will not deplete oil additives

DCL filter driers

80% Molecular Sieve core with 20% activated alumina

Perfect core blend for systems that operate at high condensing temperatures and require high drying capacity

Recommended for use with HFC and HCFC refrigerants

Documents

Documents
Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Data sheet ELIMINATOR® Hermetic filter drier Types DCL and DML English United States 03 Dec, 2020 2.0 MB .pdf
Brochure Filter drier with Schrader valve English Multiple 22 Dec, 2016 143.1 KB .pdf
Data sheet High Runner Filter Drier Data Sheet English United States 01 Mar, 2018 85.2 MB .pdf
Brochure Overview Brochure: Filter driers English Multiple 21 Nov, 2018 11.7 MB .pdf

Software

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The truth is Cool(selector®2)

Coolselector®2 features unbiased calculations for the selection of refrigeration and air conditioning components based on the user’s requirements or based on standard operating conditions.

 

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