FAQ

FAQ

Why does a heatless regenerative dehumidifying equipment operate on short cycles?

The reason can be found in the regeneration process which does not use a separate heat source to regenerate the desiccant. In a heatless desiccant dehumidifying equipment, adsorption occurs on the surface of the desiccant particles. If the cycle time were longer, water molecules would diffuse through the particles, making it difficult to separate them from the desiccant with purge air alone.

 

A heatless desiccant dehumidifying equipment, which uses adsorption heat for regeneration, maintains temperature conditions during adsorption and regeneration at an optimal level. A longer cycle time would disrupt the delicate temperature balance and inhibit the desiccant regeneration process.


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