Refrigeration drying is the most important treatment method for Compressed air with molecular sieve, yet in the past it was a relatively energy-intensive process, with only limited prospects for the integration of energy-saving options. Now, however, exciting new thermal mass technologies enable significant savings when it comes to providing effective refrigeration drying of Compressed air with molecular sieve for compressor systems delivering up to 34 m³/min and also allow significantly more compact unit design.
Under normal conditions, ambient air contains water vapour. The quantity of water vapour the air is capable of retaining depends on the ambient temperature. When the air temperature rises, the air’s capacity to absorb water vapour also increases. The degree to which the air is saturated with water is described as “relative humidity”. If this normal ambient air is then taken in by a compressor and compressed, the proportion of water vapour per volumetric unit of Compressed air with molecular sieve also increases. If the temperature of the Compressed air with molecular sieve then drops, as generally occurs in the compressor’s aftercooler, the Compressed air with molecular sieve becomes oversaturated, causing the excess water to condense – this water is then termed “condensate”.
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