DEHUMIDIFIERS AND AFTERCOOLERS
Dehumidifiers use chilled water or refrigerant heat exchange coils to lower the incoming air temperature below the dew point at appropriate face velocities. This allows for the separation of moisture from the air stream followed by the draining of condensate from the housing. Dehumidifiers can incorporate a reheat coil or use heat of compression when located on the intake side of a pressure blower to lower the process air relative humidity for increased moisture carrying capacity.
Aftercoolers use heat exchange coils to remove the heat generated by a pressure blower prior to product contact.
Our superior housing design allows for access to heat exchange coils for inspection and can be arranged in inline or stacked configurations where installation space is limited.
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