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How does a Dehumidifier work? | Bryair
BryairFAQDehumidifiers and DryersHow does a Dehumidifier work?

How does a Dehumidifier work?

The new range of Bry-Air Dehumidifiers are fluted media based and remove moisture through a process of continuous “physical adsorption”.
The moisture is adsorbed in the dehumidification sector by the fluted, metal silicate desiccant synthesized rotor and is exhausted in the reactivation sector by a stream of hot air in the counter flow. Following the reactivation process, the adsorption sector is again ready to adsorb the moisture. Thus, the two processes of “moisture adsorption” and “reactivation” are taking place with separate airflows continuously and simultaneously. Positive sealing between chambers prevents mixing of the process and reactivation air streams.

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