Industrial desiccant dehumidifiers are designed to offer tailor-made solutions for air drying in industrial processes. Their robust construction but with a multitude of configuration possibilities make them customisable to meet all kinds of needs.
It is precisely this modular design with a wide range of configuration possibilities that makes them practically applicable in all kinds of industrial processes. From drying in automation towers to the production of pharmaceutical products and the manufacture of confectionery and other food products. It is one of the most widely used dehumidifiers in this type of industry due to its high quality of insulation and hygiene.
The operation of these industrial desiccant dehumidifiers is based on the desiccant properties of the silica gel, which is present in the rotor. The air flow passes through the desiccant rotor, which absorbs the humidity and expels it once it has been converted into dry air.
At Fisair we are aware of the importance of preserving the right environmental properties in industrial processes, as this can often lead to their optimisation, resulting in more and better production. For this reason, we have designed DFRM industrial desiccant dehumidifiers in high-end components to offer a global dehumidification solution with unique management.
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Features of the DFRM series industrial desiccant rotor desiccant air dehumidifiers:
All capacities to cover all applications.
Modular construction with high quality insulation and hygiene.
Wide range of configuration possibilities in high-end components.
The global dehumidification solution with a single management.
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