- Name: Industrial Desiccant Dehumidifier
- Dehumidifying Capacity: 4.5kg/H
- Process air flow: 850m3/h
- Reactivation air flow: 260m3/h
- Voltage: 380V - 400V
- Current: 12A
- Power rating: 6.0KW Max power: 5.5KW
- Applied Temperature: -20°C-70°C
- Body: Stainless Steel
- Dimension: 830*640*1220mm
- Applications: Used for drying basement, garage, cellar, crawl
space, small space
Cold Storage Industrial Advanced Desiccant Dehumidifier With Pps
1. Improved energy efficiency for dehumidification
2. Decreased need for reheat
3.Proflute Rotor, imported from Sweeden, washable
4.Delaytime protection circuit
5.Silence, economical, saving, and easy operation
6.Fault locator system
7.Cleanable air filters helps improve the quality of air being
circulated through the system at the processing air
entrance&reactivation air entrance
8.Installation easy. Because the Process air inlet and dry air
oulet are setted in one side, the reactivation air inlet and wet
air outlet are setted in other side.
9.Front and back doors are equiped, ensure client check the machine
10.Remote Humidistat Facility
11.Low Temperature Operation
Process air flow
Reactivation air flow
Throughout the world, different cold stores have different
configurations, but few can fully resolve a problem common to all
cold store operators - FROST!
Water and ice create dangerous slippery conditions in the loading
dock with ice building up around cold store entrances. Ice also
builds up around the inside of the cold store, including the intake
to the evaporator coils, the components critical for maintaining
products at sub zero temperatures.
This creates the need for constant defrosts and stretches the
capability of the cooling capacity of your equipment, whilst using
a great deal of energy.
Safety issues can arise when fog forms around door entrances,
causing poor visibility. Snow accumulates on product, creating the
potential for collapsing cases.
Ice and snow also build up on cold store ceilings and floors with
the potential to fall on people and form dangerous uneven floors
for fork lift trucks carrying loads at speed. The reduced
visibility from fog also increases loading times.
RY-*00M series dehumidifiers are designed for cold stores or any
other low temp conditions using. Meanwhile they conform to both
harmonised European Standards and to CE marking specifications.
It’s compact, rugged, and lightweight design facilitates easy
transportation by one person and is easily accommodated within
space restricted areas. The RY-600M dehumidifier incorporates a PTC
Heater ensuring maximum drying is immediately reached and
constantly maintained while the unit is running. In addition to the
hours run meter, which shows the units running time, an ammeter is
also incorporated in order to monitor the units drying
effectiveness. Manual / Automatic control is a standard feature
within the RY-M range of desiccant dehumidifiers. The spigot
connectors allow quick and easy installation. All models
incorporate a high efficiency patented PPS Rotor. All desiccant
rotors are washable, and designed for high performance and long
life(long 10 years)
Besides, RY-M rotor technology is the precision seals which divide
the air distribution chamber. These provide a precise airflow
balance for dehumidification and reactivation while allowing for
alternative fan placement and rotor sectioning.
How Desiccant Dehumidification Works:
Desiccant dehumidifiers perform exceptionally well when used in
cooler climates, or when a low dewpoint, deep drying or low
humidity levels are required because they dehumidify through
adsorption. Since desiccant dehumidifiers do not produce water,
they will work effectively down to sub zero temperatures. Their
operation is simplistic yet extremely effective and reliable.
In a typical dry desiccant system, the desiccant is mounted on a
rotating wheel. As the wheel turns, the desiccant passes
alternately through the incoming process air where the moisture is
adsorbed and through a “regenerating” zone where the desiccant is
dried and the moisture expelled. The wheel continues to rotate and
the adsorbent process is repeated.
Typically, about three-fourths of the desiccant wheel is exposed to
the incoming air throughout the process. During regeneration, the
desiccant is heated by a direct-fired gas burner or indirect-fired
water or steam coil.
Process Inlet—Air to be dried. May be outside air, inside air or,
more commonly, a mixture of air with high humidity content.
Process Outlet—Air is dried by desiccant wheel. May be cooled,
filtered or otherwise handled. Relative humidity is substantially
lower and temperature slightly raised.
Reactivation Inlet—Air flow, usually outside air, that drives
moisture off wheel. Reactivation air is heated by direct-fired gas
burner or indirect-fired water or steam coils.
Reactivation Outlet—Hot, wet air from wheel is exhausted outside or
passed through an air-to-air heat exchanger. Using a heat exchanger
to preheat incoming process air offers substantial savings in
1. Cold stores/storages
- Corrosivity metal
- Electronic products
- Military equipment
- Precise instrument
- Chemical product
- so on.