During the course of most technological processes, it is necessary to comply with a certain temperature level and restrictions on the presence of moisture in the air. Deviations from the recommended settings can cause malfunctions, malfunctions, and other unpleasant consequences.
If various heaters and air conditioners are responsible for maintaining the temperature at an optimal level, then industrial dehumidifiers and air humidifiers help to achieve ideal humidity.
In this article, we will look at drying devices.
The second group includes adsorption dryers. Unlike condensation, they are effective when working with cold air masses. Air dehumidification by these devices is achieved due to the hygroscopic properties of certain substances. After the air to be dried passes through the rotor filled with any of these water-retaining materials, the rotor is treated with a regeneration flow — heated air, which takes the collected moisture, completely restoring the properties of the adsorbent.
Industrial-type air dryers are needed, for example, in the manufacture of dehydrated and other food products that require dry storage — fish, grains, potatoes, confectionery, etc. Also, these devices are indispensable in pharmaceutical production, in museums and archives, on ice and hockey arenas and in many other places.
We recommend that you consult a specialist to determine which dehumidifier is best suited for a room of a certain volume and purpose.