Titus Air Membrane Dryers

The simple operation of the Titus Membrane Air Dryer makes it an excellent solution for drying wet compressed air in a wide variety of applications. The dryer has no moving parts and removes the water through the use of a semi-permeable hollow fiber membrane. Membrane technology offers significant benefits over refrigerated, deliquescent or desiccant dryers since there are no electrical or moving parts, no environmentally-unfriendly liquids and no desiccant to replace. The dryer produces a quiet and uninterrupted supply of dry compressed air.

Proven in a wide variety of challenging applications since 1987, Titus Membrane Air Dryers have the ability to produce dry air to a -40°F pressure dew point with the lowest associated purge loss of any membrane dryer on the market. Call us at (888) 722-5253 to find out how Titus Dryers can solve your wet air problems.

Benefits of Titus Membrane Technology:

  • Capable of delivering pressure dew points from +40°F to -40°F
  • Adjustable dew point performance provides energy savings
  • Most robust membrane dryer design in the industry
  • No moving parts – nothing to wear out or replace
  • No field adjustment necessary
  • No electricity required – intrinsically safe for hazardous areas
  • Easy to install
  • No freeze-up potential
  • Environmentally friendly – no harmful CFCs
  • Eliminates problems associated with desiccant dust contamination
  • Proven performance in hundreds of demanding applications
  • Most trouble-free drying system available

TMD Series

Simple, Fixed Purge Dryers

Titus Air Membrane Dryers - TMD Series

TME Series

Purge Saving Dryers

Titus Air Membrane Dryers - TME Series

TDX Series

Complete, Field Expandable, Cabinet Dryer Systems

Titus Air Membrane Dryers - TDX Series

The Benefits & Cost of Dry Air

It is a well-established fact that dry compressed air improves production and process efficiency. Dry air prevents product spoilage and contamination, improves tool and component life and reduces system downtime. What is not always understood is that making dry compressed air adds cost in terms of capital equipment expenditure, maintenance and increased energy consumption. It is also true that the drier the air is made, the more expensive each cubic foot of compressed air becomes. Ultra dry air, therefore, should only be employed when absolutely necessary.

Instrument grade air, as defined by the Instrument Society of America (ISA), has a dew point that is at least 18°F below the lowest ambient temperature to which the compressed air piping will be exposed. If the lowest ambient temperature was 18°F, the dew point temperature of the compressed air would need to be at or below 0°F PDP. Drying air any more or less than required is simply a waste of money.

Finding the Balance Between Cost & Flexibility

Until now the choices for drying compressed air have been limited to +40°F dew point from refrigerated dryers or -40°F and lower from desiccant dryers. +40°F is sometimes not suitable in obtaining optimal yield or ensuring product quality. Achieving a -40°F dew point is expensive, from prohibitive upfront costs, lost compressed air, and increased system pressure drop to very high maintenance costs.

The solution is TDX Dryers. Now you can generate the optimal dew point for your production processes rather than settling for that available from existing technologies. Today, through the innovative application of hollow fiber membranes, it is possible to achieve virtually any dew point from +40°F down to -40°F to more precisely match your application needs. With TDX Dryers you can do precisely that.

Flexible Capacity & Dew Point Capabilities: Unlike most drying technologies TDX allows users to change dew point or increase capacity as plant air requirements change. Instead of over-sizing systems for possible future expansion, TDX is field expandable thus reducing up-front expenditures and cost of operation. Standard units feature a dew point selection switch for -20, 0 & +20˚F settings.

The Premium Electrical Package (PEP) provides the optimal level of control, monitoring and information in a slick, PLC-based package. This optional package allows the user to select a fixed dew point or program it to automatically adjust as seasonal changes warrant.

Proven Membrane Technology: All TDX Dryers feature state-of-the art PRISM membranes from the leader in hollow-fiber membrane technology, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. PRISM membranes have been proven in countless applications and industries for over 25 years and continue to be the market-leader in performance, reliability and innovation.

Thoughtful Design: From the integrated, internal filters to the easy-access cabinet and the expandable capacity capability, Titus has kept its focus on designing a unit that is user-friendly, convenient to install and easy to maintain. By all standards of measure TDX hits the mark.


Anywhere you use compressed air, you need a dryer. TDX Dryers cover a wide variety of applications including:

  • Pharmaceutical Processes
  • Chemical Processes
  • Laboratory Air
  • Dental Air
  • Spray Painting
  • Dust Collectors
  • Instrument Air
  • Conveying Systems
  • Braking Systems
  • Blanketing
  • Material Transport
  • Pigging / Cleaning
  • Purging
  • Mixing
  • Volumizing
  • Cable Pressurization
  • Welding Purge
  • Laser Cutting
  • Energy Converters
  • Ozone Generation
  • Plasma Generation
  • Diesel Start
  • Analyzer Supply
  • Valve Actuation
  • Freeze-Up Prevention

TMD/EB Series

Simple, Pre-Packaged, Wall or Floor Mount Filter & Dryer Packages

TMD Series Technical Specifications

ModelFlow @ +40°F PDP - InletFlow @ +40°F PDP - OutletFlow @ +20°F PDP - InletFlow @ +20°F PDP - OutletFlow @ 0°F PDP - InletFlow @ 0°F PDP - OutletFlow @ -20°F PDP - InletFlow @ -20°F PDP - OutletFlow @ -40°F PDP - InletFlow @ -40°F PDP - Outlet


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TME Series Technical Specifications

ModelFlow @ +40°F PDP - InletFlow @ +40°F PDP - OutletFlow @ +20°F PDP - InletFlow @ +20°F PDP - OutletFlow @ 0°F PDP - InletFlow @ 0°F PDP - OutletFlow @ -20°F PDP - InletFlow @ -20°F PDP - OutletFlow @ -40°F PDP - InletFlow @ -40°F PDP - Outlet


Product Catalogs & Spec Sheet Downloads

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Product Catalogs & Spec Sheet Downloads

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