Refrigeration Of Dehumidifiers
The fan inside of the dehumidifier takes warm, moist air inward. Then this air flow passes over the evaporator coil to be cooled. The moisture in the air turns to be liquid form and drips down to the collection tray. Then the dried air flow passes across the condenser coil to be heated. The air, as a result, turns to its original temperature and be bowed back into the room by the fan.
Absorption of Dehumidifiers
Absorption of moisture operates on a totally different principle to refrigeration. Unlike refrigeration are recommend to be applied in a warm climate, absorption of desiccant dehumidifiers performs exceptionally well in cooler climates, or when a low dew point is required. As the process, there is no actual water produced, the absorption humidifiers can work effectively even at sub-zero temperatures.
How to absorb?
The absorption process is realized by a rotor, which is made of alternate layers of desiccant-contained flat and corrugated sheets. The rotor has two air zones, the process sector (typically 75%), and the reactivation sector (typically 25%). The drive motor within the machine will make the rotor rotating slowly (approximately 8-12 times / h). When the air passes through the process sector, the moisture is adsorbed and turns to warm and dry. This warm and dry air will be blown to the room directly by the fan. When the rotor rotating, another heated air flow (usually fresh air), passes through the reactivation sector, and take the absorbed moisture away from the rotor. As a result, this air follow turns to be warm and wet, and usually is exhausted to outside.
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