- How dry is dry enough? Ursillo, Christopher // Hydraulics & Pneumatics;Nov2012, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p26
The article discusses the availability of the different types of compressed air dryers in the U.S. It highlights the importance to select the right type of compressed air dryer to match the facility's specific processes as it accounts significant portion of the overall operating costs of the...
- To the extreme. Heselbarth, Rob // Contractor Magazine;Sep96, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p25
Discusses the use of desiccants for dehumidification purposes in extreme industrial and commercial operations. Specifications for the use of desiccant dehumidifiers; Classification of desiccant dehumidifiers; Popularity of desiccant dehumidifiers; Customer satisfaction.
- Research on Ratio Selection of Mixed LiBr-CaCl2 Solution for Liquid Desiccant Cooling System. Xiao Zhao; Xiuwei Li; Fang Wang // Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 525, p598
In recent years, liquid desiccant cooling system has shown its potential research value for its low-grade heat using and energy-saving. Thermal properties of liquid desiccant, especially its vapor pressure greatly affects the dehumidification efficiency of this system. Here comes the problem to...
- INDEPENDENT CONTROL OF HUMIDITY, TEMPERATURE IN NEW COMPACT, PACKAGED DESIGN. // Engineered Systems;Nov2004 Supplement, Vol. 21, p16
Features the Humidity Control Unit 3000 from Munters. Provision of an economical way to bring make-up air into a commercial space and control temperature and humidity; Ability to recycle waste energy from cooling components; Removal of humidity from building makeup air using a desiccant rotor.
- No Sweat. Bonar II, Henry B. // Process Cooling & Equipment;May2004, p16
Focuses on desiccant dehumidification. Areas conducive to desiccant and reheat use; Advantages and disadvantages of desiccant dehumidification; Possibility of using desiccant technology with industrial refrigeration systems.
- Air dryer at compressor intake has advantages. Schneider, Richard T. // Hydraulics & Pneumatics (1996);Dec96, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p6
Describes the Rotary Dehumidification System (RDS), a regenerating, dessicant-impregnated rotary wheel that mounts at the compressor intake to dry and filter air. Functions of air dryers; Material of the desiccant wheel; Adsorption capacity; Potential benefits of an RDS installation.
- Cool Conditioning. Lansing, Terry // Process Cooling & Equipment;May2010, p22
The article focuses on the combined approach of mechanical cooling and desiccant dehumidification which delivers low humidity and low temperature environment for various applications of manufacturing industries. It says that desiccant systems offer a regenerative process that eliminates moisture...
- Dehumidification-System Installation. Wendel Jr., Martin J.; Rowland, Charles A. // Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Apr2005, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p50
Discusses installation issues associated with cooling and desiccant-dehumidification equipment and systems. Air velocity; Conditioner and regenerator; Piping.
- Desiccants serve up comfort for Texas diners. // Engineered Systems;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p28
Focuses on the desiccant technology from DryKor Ltd. applied to control humidity inside a restaurant chain in Texas. Effectiveness of desiccant wheel technology in reducing humidity; Regeneration of the desiccant solution; Installation of the technology.