A condensing dryer dries air efficiently with a refrigeration unit or heat pump. Damp compressed air is cooled to below the dew point, which will cause moisture to condense.
A condensation dryer condenses the warm and humid air by means of the cold surface of the fins in the cooler. The air condenses because the temperature of the fins is lower than the dew point of the air. The air flowing past the fins will have a relative humidity of 100%. The air flowing between the slats will not be dehumidified. After the dehumidification process, the air is reheated with residual heat from the process.
A condensation dryer achieves lower moisture contents than with an adsorption dryer. A condensation dryer is especially energetically efficient with very hot and humid air that condenses easily.
Condensation dryers from Reinders Industrial are designed in-house according to your specific situation. We have the knowledge to examine your drying process or production process on efficiency, process parameters, energy consumption, product quality and yield. Because we continually invest in research and development, we are able to realize the most energy-efficient system possible with lower consumption costs and faster payback times compared to conventional techniques. One of our spearheads is the realization of ‘turn-key’ projects. We can take care of the complete project planning for you: from research and design to installation and maintenance.