Non-Cycling Refrigerated Dryers
Zero-Loss Condensate Drains
Markets that use Water Chillers
On average, compressed air accounts for 33% of an industrial facility’s utility costs. At Manufacturers Distributor, Inc., we want you to get the best compressed air for your expense.
That is why mdi is proud to offer you the Parker Zander line of high quality preparation components for compressed air and technical gases. From desiccant and refrigerated dryers to condensate management elements and filtration elements, Parker Zander has innovative solutions with industry-leading adsorption, refrigeration and membrane technology.
Parker Zander also offers industrial process water chillers, with applications ranging from medical imaging equipment to laser cutting and welding.
In addition to energy efficiency and cost effectiveness, Parker Zander’s products also meet and exceed regulation requirements for envirionmental consciousness. Being eco-friendly is both a necessity and a virtue, and Parker Zander’s condensate management systems make the process as easy as possible.
Parker Zander’s Hyperchill Process Water Chiller range, designed specifically for industry, offers ease of use and peace of mind thanks to the implementation of the most modern technological solutions and the availability of an extensive range of versions and accessories.
Compressed air purification equipment must deliver uncompromising performance and reliability while providing the right balance of air quality with the lowest cost of operation. Many manufacturers offer products for the filtration and purification of contaminated compressed air, which are often selected only for their initial purchase cost, with little or no regard for the air quality they provide, the cost of operation throughout their life or even their environmental impact.
Parker Zander provides compressed air dryers for a wide variety of applications and budgets.
For applications that require varying degrees of cleanliness for your compressed air, gas, or sterilizing steam, Parker Zander has you covered. Filters, water separators, and mist eliminators can be placed before and after critical components of your system to protect downstream equipment and ensure the final product meets your exact requirements.