Method of Operation
A desiccant dehumidifier removes water from a flow of the air that passes through it. The heart of this process is an adsorption rotor coated with a special substance that absorbs the water molecules that make up the moisture in the passing air (Process air). When saturated, the rotor is rotated over to a regeneration zone, where it is dried with heated air (Reactivation air). The warm, humid regeneration air is led away out of the unit (Wet air) and the rotor is once again ready to absorb water molecules.