Have you ever come across that small sachet of silica gel they place in medicine containers? Or have you ever put your SmartPhone in dried rice after you accidentally dropped your phone in water? Both these items are what we call desiccants.
Desiccants are substances that absorb moisture and acts as a drying agent. Regenerative desiccant compressors use a desiccant to absorb and adsorb steam in the airflow.
The regenerative compressor is built with identical towers that have dual functions. The first tower draws out the air from the compressor and dries it out. The second tower restores the desiccant after the pressure in the tower is at an acceptable level.
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These dryers don’t make use of any heaters, whether internal or external. The regenerative course happens with the help of stretched out compressed air or purged air.
The heated dryers make use of an internal or external heater, to heat up the purged air. The demand for purge air is less with these dryers then with the non-heating dryers. If internal heaters are used, the steam is utilized which is rooted in the desiccant base to decrease the amount of purge air required.
Let’s explore the benefits of using a regenerative desiccant dryer:
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