Industrial condensation air dehumidifiers

DESCRIPTION

The process of air dehumidification by condensation consists of reducing the air temperature to the dew point corresponding to the mixing ratio sought by means of a heat exchanger. To do this it is necessary to have a coolant at a temperature below that of the dew point sought, usually achieved with a refrigeration system that is either external (water cooler) or integrated, for standalone devices.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

These systems can be used optimally to obtain air with dew points above 6°C, or a mixing ratio greater than 6 g/kg, in order to prevent frost formation in the condensed water vapour and to maintain good energy performance.

  • Standalone industrial dehumidifiers with R407C coolant, non-hazardous for the environment
  • Exchanger units supplied with refrigerated water integrable into air treatment systems upstream of an air dryer

OPERATION

The DD dehumidifier is made up of various internal elements, in which a refrigerant circulates which reduces the humidity of the air. The humid air, previoulsy filtres, is cooled in contact with the avporator, which causes condensation and a reduction of humidity. The air rehedted on contact iwth the condenser, which make it possible to reduce the temperature of the refrigerant. A fan animates the air flow in the circuit. The cycle is repeated until the humidty reaches the set value.

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