Control temperature & humidity

In food and beverage production, precision is key.

So when temperature and humidity levels are not under control, both the output and quality of your produce will be compromised.

That’s why our clients in the industry use the range of climate control solutions available from Drying Rooms UK to regulate the environment throughout their manufacturing processes.

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How does a desiccant dehumidifier work?

Due to their ability to operate at low temperatures and achieve precise levels of relative humidity, desiccant dehumidifiers are a top choice for food manufacturers throughout the UK. Here’s how they work:

  • A desiccant rotor within the machinery contains a network of small airways lined with silica gel
  • Humid air from the environment is pulled into the desiccant wheel. The silica gel absorbs the moisture, and releases around 75% of the air out warm and dry
  • The other 25% of “reactivation air” is heated to around 120°C, removing moisture from the rotor. Wet air is released into the atmosphere through a duct, ending a continuous process of both airstreams passing through the rotor

How a Desiccant dehumidifier works

Key benefits:

  • High moisture removal rate in a single air pass
  • Achieve very low absolute humidity levels
  • Can operate in low temperatures and at low humidity

Discover our range of commercial food and beverage climate control products and solutions

Drying Rooms UK are able to supply dehumidifiers in a range of sizes to suit any space.
Whatever you need, we have the drying solution for you.

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