MedLine® D Dryers (15-100)

MedLine D15-100 Dryers

Touchscreen Technology in a Compact Wheel Dryer

Built to MedLine® standards, including RAL 9003 (white) paint, the MedLine D 15 through D 100 Carousel Plus Dryers arrive at your plant literally ready to roll into your medical application. Dewpoint control is standard on these MedLine version dryers, ensuring that the dewpoint selected is maintained throughout the process.

Purchase this dryer and you will find that you have more control over drying dewpoint and temperature than ever before, in a package that is simpler, smaller, lighter, more energy efficient, easier to use and maintain than any other dryer on the market today.

Reduced energy costs

The desiccant wheel heats and cools more easily than other drying technology. Easily view power consumption on the DC-C control’s “Energy Usage Meter”.

Medical application approved

As with all MedLine products, Conair has done all the up front work to make your equipment ready for medical applications. This dryer is calibrated to ISO standards and features stainless steel and RAL 9003 paint. These dryers use no desiccant beads or compressed air which can create dust in the process and environment.

Advanced touchscreen controls, chemical resistant and simple to clean

The 7-inch Premium DC-C control features trending, auto-start, password protection, predictive maintenance and an energy usage meter.


  • 7-inch color touchscreen
  • Trending (dewpoint, temperature, heater on-time)
  • Auto Start
  • Allen-Bradley micro 850 PLC
  • Easily switch between english/metric units
  • Password protected
  • Temperature Setback (manual and auto)
  • Energy usage meter
  • Easy, familiar Loader Control

Feature Descriptions

  • Audible and visual alarm – A combination of a blinking red alarm light and a horn alert the operator to any shut down alarm.
  • Temperature setback – Automatically reduces the drying temperature to a lower standby mode when the machine throughput is reduced or stopped.
  • Dewpoint monitor – Monitor the performance of the dryer with a digital dewpoint readout of the drying air.
  • Dewpoint control – Allows the dryer to maintain an operator-selected dewpoint level. This feature helps prevent overdrying of moisture sensitive materials such as Nylon.
  • Communications – Allows the dryer to be networked to industrial control systems. When a dryer is connected to a network, the controller on the net-work may read actual temperatures, change setpoints, read dryer status, and process and display this information at a central location. Ethernet communications are available.


  • Volatile trap
  • Precooler
  • Process filter check
  • Communications
  • Drying Monitor
  • Aftercooler flow control

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