Consorb - DC units (and rotor cassettes) More traditional system commonly used by other manufacturers because of its simplicity. This principle is best used at lower regeneration temperatures - typically where waste heat is available. Also suitable for use where the air inlet moisture content is very high.
Recusorb - R & RZ units (and rotor cassettes)Complete with internal heat recovery to improve efficiency. Heat gained by the rotor during regeneration is transferred to the incoming regeneration air. The process air outlet is therefore both cooler and drier than with other desiccant dryers. Most of our dehumidifiers operate on this principle.
Recusorb - DR units (and rotor cassettes)With internal heat recovery, DR is similar to the Recusorb R. For simplicity, both the process and reactivation airflows are provided by one pushing fan. Used for introducing dry fresh air into a process or to an open type system when the dehumidified air is ducted into the object.
Frigosorb - DF units Patented by DST, this system is used where it is impractical to duct out the wet air. Utilising heat pump principles, energy consumption is around 35% of a standard desiccant dehumidifier.
Econosorb - EF units Combines the best of heat pump and desiccant technologies to produce the most energy-efficient dehumidifier available. Energy consumption is around 25% of a standard desiccant dehumidifier.
Aquasorb - A30 units Aquasorb basically functions as a Consorb but moisture in the wet air is condensed through an air cooled condenser.One centrifugal fan is used for both the dry air and the condenser cooling air, so all energy released during the process accumulates in the dry air outlet.Commonly used where it is impractical to use ducting for the reactivation air system.