Dehumidification by cooling below the dew point is economical
thanks to energy recovery systems with intelligent controllers.
This process is based on the principle that humid air is dried when it is cooled below the dew point and condensation occurs.
Subsequently, the cool air is reheated by heat recovered from the exhaust air.
As a result, capital cost for the plate and frame heat exchanger and the chiller are lower and so are the operating costs.
If the condenser heat from the chiller is cooled through a heat exchanger in the exhaust air, more capital cost savings for the cooling tower and associated piping are obtainable.
If a chiller is integrated into Konvekta’s energy recovery system and controlled by the system controller, a highly attractive and cost-effective solutions can be realized.