The hybrid dehumidifier is excellent for processes with maximum drying temperatures. The dehumidifier has more residual heat than condenser heat alone and is fully optimized for minimum energy consumption.
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The cabinet consists of a robust steel frame with aluminum cabinet profiles. In which the double-walled and insulated panels are made of galvanized and powder-coated sheets. The hybrid dehumidifier is equipped with class EU7 bag filters to protect internal components and prevent rapid fouling of the rotor keeping the drying capacity intact.Download brochure
A hybrid drying system is designed to draw air from outside. Regeneration is provided by a heat pump.
The heat pump is able to provide regeneration energy completely independently. The process air is cooled and will have the requested temperature and humidity levels after the rotor.
The regeneration air is obtained entirely from outside. It successively passes through a liquid cooler, the condenser, the drying wheel and a cooler block. Some of the air used to cool the condenser can pass through the rotor. Excess process air is returned to the regeneration section through a three-way valve. The dehumidification capacity increases because dried air is used for regeneration. In the liquid cooler, residual heat is extracted from the hot refrigerant. The COP of the refrigeration system increases, allowing a smaller compressor with
lower energy consumption can be used.
The Mollier diagram, also known as the h-x diagram, is a visual tool used to represent the thermodynamic properties of moist air. The diagram was developed by Richard Mollier in 1923 and is often used in industry for applications such as air handling, refrigeration and heating systems. Our experts at Reinders Industrial can help advise you on the Mollier Diagram.Download Mollier Diagram