Tackling water damage in the event of an emergency requires a rapid response to ensure that the drying process begins as quickly as possible. Condensing dryers are often a good solution because they are quick and easy to install. They are most effective when used in heated environments.
Corroventa’s condensing dryers are available in both analogue and digital models. They are robust, user-friendly and have a long service life. They are also powerful – despite their compact appearance, they produce more water than traditional condensing dryers twice their size.
The picture to the right shows the functioning principle for a condensing dryer. When the moist air passes through the evaporator (1) it is cooled down to dew point and condensation water is deposited. The water runs down into the bucket (2). The dry and cold air then goes through the condenser (3) where it is heated. The dry and hot air is then blown through the fan into the premises again (5). Number 4 shows the compressor that adds new energy to the process.
Condensing dryers in action
Click here to read more about the usage of condesning dryers in a Swedish hospital.
All Corroventa’s condensing dryers use refrigerant Propane, R290.
Propane is natural with a low environmental impact. It is non-toxic
and has very low impact on global warming (GWP 3) and
no degrading effect on the ozone layer.