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Water vapour is removed from compressed air by passing it over an adsorbent desiccant material. As the air contacts the adsorbent material, water vapour transfers from the wet air to the dry desiccant, however, adsorbent materials have a fixed adsorption capacity and once this capacity is reached, they must be regenerated or replaced. Therefore, to provide a continuous supply of clean, dry compressed air, adsorbent dryers utilise two chambers of desiccant material and at any one time, whilst one chamber is on-line, drying the incoming compressed air, the other is either off-line, being regenerated or is re-pressurised, ready to come on-line.
These new dryers offer the state-of-the-art Energy Management System (EMS) that maximises energy efficiency while maintaining a constant dew point. By using a humidity sensor to continuously monitor the dew point, EMS minimises the compressed air used in regeneration, and optimises heater and blower operation.
For airflow ranges from 500 to 14,900 m3/h, please download the brochure for more information.