Regenerative desiccant compressed air dryers reuse desiccant beads by drying saturated beads through a heatless twin-tower process. While one tower dries compressed air, the other tower dries saturated desiccant using a portion of the compressed air supply. Because a small amount of compressed air is diverted and used to dry the desiccant beads, there is a slight drop in the total air flow (cfm) available to downstream tools. Regenerative dryers need a power source and can provide a continuous supply of dry compressed air at lower dew points than standard desiccant dryers.
Modular Regenerative Desiccant Compressed Air Dryers
Modular regenerative desiccant compressed air dryers fit into confined spaces and are suitable in laboratory applications for drying air at the point of use.
Modular Regenerative Desiccant Compressed Air Dryers, sorted by Inlet Size, ascending
Regenerative Desiccant Compressed Air Dryers
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