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    Hiross Zander Division

    Parker's Hiross Zander Division offers over 80 years of combined experience in the development, manufacture, application and sale of innovative technical solutions in air and gas filtration, drying, separation, cooling and purification.

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Parker Hiross Zander wins “New Product of the Year” Award from the American Filtration and Separations Society.

The Hiross Zander Division has won the “New Product of the Year” Award 2012 for its Antares Series Tandem Technology Dryer. The award was presented by the American Filtration and Separations Society (AFS), a technical educational nonprofit organization which each year recognizes the most innovative and impactful products and technologies in the industry.

The innovative family of Antares dryers effectively integrates two classic drying techniques, refrigeration and absorption, to form an optimized and unique compressed air treatment package.

The major advantage of the Antares Tandem Technology, which differentiates it from traditional compressed air drying technologies, is its unparalleled energy efficiency and overall running-cost reduction. Key benefits include lower overall power consumption and purge-air consumption, constant and stable outlet-pressure dew points and reduced operating and maintenance costs. The Antares dryers are used in a variety of applications including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, automotive and petrochemical.


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Environment protection is one of the most important challenges of the new millennium.

The choice towards innovative technical solutions aiming at using low energy consumption components, has always represented a fundamental starting point for the R&D. 

Their industrialisation aims at improving the production processes, with short delivery times and significant cost reductions both for the company itself and the customers, and a general lower resources consumption for the environment, such as the choice of recycled materials for packaging.