Beko Technologies, the specialist for compressed air processing and transport, extends its adsorption dryer range Drypoint AC through an offering in the throughput class of 10-112 m3/h.Beko promises a marked reduction of the operating costs through the flow-optimised Clear-Point® filter and energy-saving via optional software-switchable compressor control for smooth running. During the standstill time of the compressor, no air from the regenerator escapes from the system. The compressor control for smooth running also makes an important contribution towards operational safety. Overloading is eliminated, as the frequently practiced and costly over-dimensioning of components for conventional dryers is superfluous.Cartridges filled with drying material are immediately ready for use. A spring in the cartridge provides pre-stressing. In this way, the functional imperfections from bypass build-up and premature wear through the grinding from drying material - typical for pulsating volume flows - are avoided. The new small Drypoint AC® dryer family is constructed in an especially servicing-friendly way. Beko assumes a reduced maintenance expenditure of 75 per cent in comparison to conventional dryers.Installation and assembly can be adjusted in a flexible way to the conditions of the environment. Thus, the compressed air input can take place from left or right and the inlet filter may be installed at the side, in front of, or behind the dryer, horizontally or vertically. Beko offers the new small Drypoint AC® in 8 power levels, for throughput from 10,2 to 112,2 m3/h. Furthermore, the familiar large Drypoint AC® dryer series is deliverable for volume flows from 135- 1,550 m3/h.The BekokatA constant supply of oil-free compressed air with a barely detectable max. residual oil content of 0.003 mg per cu m - this is what the new catalyst system from compressed air specialist Beko Technologies is able to deliver. With this high level of efficiency, the Bekokat devices can sail past the stringent oil content stipulations of DIN EN8573-1/ISO 8573-1, class 1. At the same time, the new catalytic principle breaks down the technical and economic barriers that are usually intrinsic to conventional compressed air treatment, especially when concerned with applications with extremely high quality requirements.The catalyst comprises a granulate that is heated to an operating temperature of around 150oCelsius. In the catalyst, the oil molecules are broken up until only a carbon atom remains. At the end of the final catalytic phase, the oil molecules have oxidized to H2O and CO2. The oil-free and dry compressed air can then be used for the given application; the remaining water is discharged via a standard method. Consequently, Bekokat systems are not only highly effective, but also very environmentally friendly.Bekokat's advantages further include a maximum of process reliability because catalytic oxidation takes place completely independent of ambient temperature, inlet temperature, air humidity, and oil inlet concentration. Even during partial load operation, the efficiency of the catalyst technology of the Bekokat device is not in any way reduced. In economic terms, the exceptionally long useful life of the special Bekokat granulate - around 20,000 hour - is somewhat of an evolutionary leap considering that conventional activated carbon fills need to be replaced after about 300 hours of operation.The Bekomat®Reliable condensate discharge improves the quality of compressed air and therefore saves a considerable amount of maintenance and energy costs. With 1,000,000 installations worldwide, the electronically level controlled Bekomat condensate drains have set the industrial standard for cost-effective, reliable and environment-friendly condensate drainage technology.Beko is currently distributing the third generation of Bekomat condensate drains: Bekomat 20, 21,12, 13, 14 and 16. Together they represent the standard programme of Bekomat condensate drains. The Bekomat models are designed for operating pressures up to 16 bar, and the programme is rounded off by a 25 bar pressure version of the Bekomat 13 and 14, a 40 bar version of the Bekomat 13 as well as by a 63 bar high-pressure version of the Bekomat 12 device. In addition to the aluminium version for normal condensates, the devices can also be provided with hard coating for handling aggressive condensates.The devices have a triple LED display for indicating the different operating states. A potential-free contact can be used for relaying an alarm signal to a control centre. The Bekomat condensate drains are designed for compressor performances up to 1,400 m³/min (temperate climate), depending on the type.The Bekomat product portfolio is supplemented by a wide range of accessories including fixing brackets, inlet and outlet sets, easily retrofittable heating, insulating shells and trace heating for areas where frost is likely to occur. In all, it has been ensured that there is a suitable Bekomat condensate drain for every application and every type of compressor - a truly comprehensive coverage. The range consists of Condensate drains Bekomat® 20, 21, 12, 13, 14, 16.