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Comparison of Dehumidification Principles
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Principle of Common Low Dew Point Dehumidification
The adsorption rotors used in the current market only have adsorption capacity under low-temperature conditions, so low dew point dehumidifiers mostly require cooling before dehumidification with the rotor.In high-temperature low-humidity forming process, the high temperature return air must be cooled to 14-30°C before being dehumidified with the rotor, then be heated back to 50-60°C, and be sent to the high-temperature forming room. The process is as shown in the figure below:
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Principle of DRYER High Temprature Low Dew Point Dehumidification
Dryer's new type of DTM High-Temperature Adsorption Rotor Dehumidification Equipment has no need to cool the high-temperature return air. It can process the dew point of high-temperature air to below -60°C Tdp directly through the rotor dehumidification.
    Features
  • The equipment requires no half-surface cooling.
  • Post-heating is just for a little compensation to meet the air supply temperature requirements. The process is as shown in the figure below:

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