CHRIS – Desiccant dehumidifier using the heat pump
Chris makes it possible to dehumidify in low temperature circumstances with more energy-saving operation applying a heat pump using carbon dioxide as regeneration heat source.
Chris expands possibilities for using Desiccant dehumidifiers, even in refrigerated facilities lacking a heat source such as steam or waste heat.
- Dehumidification in low-temperature environments 5 to -5℃
- Since drying is possible even in low-temperature environments, the occurrence of mold and rust is curtailed
- Reduced energy consumption of 50% (our company’s comparison) has been achieved compared to conventional desiccant humidifiers (electricity regeneration type)
- Safe, natural CO2, which has low global warming potential (GWP), is used for the heat pump refrigeran
- Intake air flow rate: 4,000 to 8,000m3/h
- Refrigerant: CO2 (R744)
- It is possible to dehumidify air colder than 0℃
Where to use
- C-class cold storage
- Cargo handling rooms
- Processing plants (cutting rooms, etc.)
- Ice skating rinks