Although temperature conditions vary over the course of the year, refrigeration dryers with molecular sieve should always be designed for continuous performance under the most extreme conditions in order to reliably provide the required compressed air quality, even on the hottest days of the year. This means that in terms of their overall drying output, they should be designed to be capable of reliable operation even if peak temperature conditions were to prevail 365 days a year. Of course, since this is never the case, more energy must necessarily be invested in compressed air drying than is actually required to meet actual demand – unless the dryers with molecular sieve are equipped with technology capable of adjusting their output to actual daily demand.
If the total energy requirements of a compressed air system are examined, the process of drying the compressed air accounts for only around 3 percent of the total, assuming the station is running at 100 percent of capacity. If this is not the case and the compressed air station is only running at partial load, the compressed air dryer will also be running at less than capacity. This ratio has an especially disadvantageous result when production facilities are operating with just one or two shifts, with the dryers with molecular sieve left to dry only the compressed air for smaller consumer points or leaks during periods when production activities are not required.
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