Adsorption dehumidifiers

Adsorption Dehumidifiers product range - commercial climate control solutions by Dantherm Group
Aerial ASE 300 – adsorption dehumidifier
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Adsorption dehumidifiers

High performance adsorption dryer for low temperature areas.

Aerial ASE 400 – adsorption dehumidifier
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Adsorption dehumidifiers

Ideally suited for dehumidification of large spaces with low temperatures, the portable ASE dehumidifiers are extremely compact, sturdy and light-weight adsorption dryers.

Calorex DD 210 – adsorption dehumidifier
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Industrial drying – adsorption

A series of efficient, versatile and compact range of 4-hole desiccant dehumidifiers designed for humidity control across a wide range of applications.

Calorex DD 800-1100 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

A mid-range series of self-contained dehumidifiers designed for commercial and industrial applications.

Calorex DD 1300-2300-3300 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

A series of three compact high capacity dehumidifiers offering continuous range of air flows, insulated casing and advanced PLC controls suitable for both commercial and industrial applications.

Calorex DD 3500 – adsorption dehumidifier
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Industrial drying – adsorption

A dehumidifier offering additional features to those in the DD 1300 to DD 3300 range and with a higher capacity rotor and increased reactivation power.

Calorex DD 4500-5800-7000-9000-9100 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

A series of five powerful dehumidifiers with a wide range of air flows, insulated casing and options for pre and post treatment, suitable for both commercial and industrial applications.

Calorex DD 6000-8000 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

Two versatile dehumidifiers with robust AHU type of construction offering insulated casing, internal energy saving purge zone and a variety of optional features.

Calorex DD 13000 – adsorption dehumidifier
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Industrial drying – adsorption

A higher air flow and capacity dehumidifier with robust construction offering insulated casing, internal energy-saving purge zone.

Calorex DD 1500-2600-3600-4000-5000F – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Cold room drying – adsorption

This range of desiccant adsorption dehumidifiers are specially designed for low temperature operation.

DRD 10 34 60 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

Ideally suited for dehumidification tasks where space is limited.

Dantherm DRD 120 163 235 358 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

Medium air flow and high-capacity desiccant dehumidifiers.

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Why choose adsorption dehumidifiers?

Adsorption dehumidifiers, otherwise known as desiccant dehumidifiers, are one of two commonly used types of systems able to efficiently dry and process indoor air. While both these and condensation units are designed for the same outcome – dry air flow – they approach this process differently and are best suited to different environments.

Adsorption dehumidifiers can operate efficiently and effectively in cool environments between -10°C and +10°C, such as water damage restoration projects, pharmaceutical plants and archives.

Condense dehumidifiers, on the other hand, operate as energy efficiently as possible in warmer environments between 10°C and 32°C, including data centres, construction sites and swimming pools.

Beyond their applications, adsorption and desiccant dehumidifiers also differ in how they operate.

To produce a dry air stream, industrial adsorption dehumidifiers first draw in process air. Once ducted inside the machine, a revolving desiccant wheel loaded with an adsorbent material, such as silica gel, works to capture water vapour from the atmosphere. Once saturated with water, the integral drying agent is then heated, draining water from the material out of the machine. The air outlet then emits a stream of dry air.

This differs from condensation dehumidifiers, which control humidity levels by cooling humid air to its dew point. As water vapour condenses into droplets, dry air flow is emitted and unwanted moisture is drained away.

By harnessing the natural process of desiccation, adsorption dry air solutions are exceptionally good at keeping humidity levels within desired parameters while also keeping energy consumption low.

To learn more about our selection of industrial and commercial adsorption dehumidifiers, speak to one of our experts today. Together, we can help you choose the ideal unit for your requirements.

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