The molecular sieve Desiccant Dryers are used for drying air in Storage Tanks or pneumatic systems and are beneficial in the drying of hygroscopic (water-absorbing) resins. These Dryers remove water from the air by passing it through a molecular sieve Desiccant that absorbs moisture. The term "molecular sieve Desiccant dryer" refers to a broad class of dryers. Other terms commonly used are Regenerative molecular sieve Desiccant Dryers and Twin Tower Dryers, and to a lesser extent Absorption Dryers.
The compressed air is passed through a pressure vessel filled with an absorbent media such as activated alumina, silica gel, molecular sieve or other molecular sieve Desiccant material. The molecular sieve Desiccant can bring the dew point of the water vapor in the air down to −40 °C (−40 °F) or below. This means that the air will not condense (deposition) water until it is cooled to −40 °C (−40 °F). In practice, two cylinders with molecular sieve Desiccant are used; one is drying the air, while the other vessel is being regenerated. The switching of the vessels and the regeneration sequence is typically done automatically via solenoid operated valves The regeneration of the molecular sieve Desiccant vessel can be during three different methods.
Heatless Dryers, which uses part of the dry compressed air coming from the other vessel to dry the molecular sieve Desiccant in the vessel being regenerated at lower pressure. Heated Dryers, which uses a hot air blower, so there is no loss of compressed air. Heat of compression, which can only be used with an oil free compressor.
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