Important - Wet Air Outlet duct arrangement for all desiccant dehumidifier installations
System 1 (Consorb DC or CZ) Desiccant dehumidifier type DC installed within the dehumidified room. The process air is recirculated (closed system). Fresh air (optional) can be introduced at the process inlet to provide a positive pressure in the room. A negative pressure can be created by omitting the reactivation air inlet duct.
System 3 (Consorb DC or CZ) Desiccant dehumidifier type DC installed outside the dehumidified room. The process air is recirculated (closed system). Fresh air (optional) can be introduced at the process inlet to provide a positive pressure in the room.
System 2 (Recusorb R or RZ) Desiccant dehumidifier type R with internal heat recovery, installed within the dehumidified room. The process air is recirculated (closed system). Fresh air (optional) can be introduced at the process inlet to provide a positive pressure in the room. A negative pressure can be created by omitting the reactivation inlet duct.
System 4 (Recusorb R or RZ) Desiccant dehumidifier type R with internal heat recovery, installed outside the dehumidified room. The process air is recirculated (closed system). Fresh air (optional) can be introduced at the process inlet to provide a positive pressure in the room.
System 5 (Recusorb DR) Desiccant dehumidifier type DR with internal heat recovery, installed within the boundary walls. The process inlet damper is adjusted to create a positive pressure in the dehumidified room (if the fresh air duct is omitted, the room will operate under negative pressure).
System 6 (Recusorb DR) Desiccant dehumidifier type DR with internal heat recovery, installed outside the boundary walls. Dampers are adjusted to create a positive (or negative) pressure in the dehumidified room.
System 7 (Recusorb R or RZ) Desiccant dehumidifier type R with internal heat recovery, used to blow air into or through an object (total loss or open system).
System 8 (Recusorb DR) Desiccant dehumidifier type DR with internal heat recovery, used to blow air into or through an object (total loss or open system).
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