The EVERDRY HOC plants utilise the existing compression heat from oil-free pressurised, compressed air for the desorption. The is the best, energy-related method for compressed-air drying. Depending on the final compression temperature (between 100°C and 200°C), pressure dew points between -5°C and -40°C can be achieved in this case without any additional energy consumption.
The whole process sequence (adsorption, desorption and cooling) is executed here under operating pressure as opposed to conventional adsorption dryers. In addition to the advantages for energy-related consideration, this creates enormous advantages for the service life of the functional elements: The pressure changing loads on fixtures, pressure vessel, pipework and desiccant are no longer applicable.
Systems and plants with a volume flow of 100,000 m3/h are also feasible on request