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Dehumidifier

We are pleased to introduce ourselves “Halward” as Engineers and Applicators to offer integrated HVAC solutions, for total climate control requirements.

 Halward has the best technical knowledge in the discipline of HVAC especially in low RH areas of any process & preservation industries. We execute the projects in critical processes in Pharmaceuticals, Food industries, Heath care facilities and other critical areas with an integrated approach to provide optimal HVAC solutions.

 We supply Desiccant based and Refrigerant type Dehumidifiers, Fresh Air Units and other air conditioning equipment with special care and quality to ensure that our products comply with the best standards in practice. We have technical people to execute the work with state-of-art workmanship to suit the industrial standards and we train our customers to efficiently work in their respective critical areas. We also provide repairs and maintenance services for most known brands of Dehumidfiers.


Refrigeration Dehumidifier

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Product Details:
Drying capacity450 kg/h
Power SourceElectric
Voltage380 V
PhaseThree Phase
UsageIndustrial Use
BrandHalward
Frequency50 Hz

Refrigerant Dehumidifier The most common dehumidifier used is the refrigerant type. It is cheap to produce, easy to operate and effective in most domestic and commercial applications. The primary benefit of a refrigerant dehumidifier is that it performs exceptionally well when used in warm, humid conditions. One of the most important things to understand about a refrigerant dehumidifier is that the performance is directly related to the difference between the air dry bulb temperature and the air dewpoint temperature. A refrigerant dehumidifier is essentially a re-arranged portable air conditioning unit, where the air is first passed across the evaporator coil to cool it, then across the condenser coil to heat it. The air becomes both warmer and drier. The cold evaporator coil reduces the air temperature to a point where condensation occurs. Condensation formed on the cold coil then drips into a collection tray. Water is either drained away or collected in a container in the base of the unit. As the surrounding air becomes drier the dewpoint is lowered, so the temperature necessary to create condensation on the cold evaporator coil, also becomes lower. Even with an evaporator coil temperature of 0°C, it is unlikely that the air will be reduced much below 10°C dewpoint (it is worth noting that air at 20°C, 50% RH already has a dewpoint below 10°C). If the dewpoint of the air is already low, the coil temperature necessary to create condensation can easily be subzero. At this point, the operating efficiency of a refrigerant dehumidifier is greatly reduced. The evaporator begins to freeze as airborne water vapour makes contact with the cold tube surface. Defrosting of the coil is then necessary. Defrosting is normally achieved by allowing hot refrigerant gas from the compressor directly into the evaporator coil. During the defrost cycle, the dehumidifier process ceases to remove water from the air.
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Portable Refrigerant Dehumidfiers

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Product Details:
Voltage220 V
Timer1-12 hours
Operating Temperature 5 Degree C to 38 Degree C
Water Tank Capacity6 L
Operating Temperature5 Degree C to 38 Degree C
Rated current3.0 A
Power input225 W
Power SourceElectric
Frequency50 Hz
Running Temperature5 Deg C - 32 Deg C
Dimensions530 x 320 x 245 mm ( H x W x D )

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Engineered Dehumidification Systems

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Approx. Rs 1.5 Lakh / NumberGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Number
Voltage280 V
Frequency50/60 Hz
Body MaterialMetal
PhaseThree Phase
Power SourceElectric

Our Dehumidifiers are available as standard units as well as packaged with pre-cooling, after-cooling, heating, heat recovery etc. for the most cost efficient environment control in various industrial applications. Units are designed with custom configurations of standard components to meet unique project requirements. Total system intefration is also available inclusing heating, cooling, bye-pass, pre filter for complete air handling and environment control needs.- High Quality- Hygienic Design- Easy to Assemble on Site- Commissioning by our Skilled Service Engineers Features Available in size form 100 CMH to 50,000 CMH Standard products include fully functional units with necessary safeties and electric relay based controls or optional PLC based Controller. Desiccant rotor technology removes water directly from the air. Designed for industrial process, including low dew point applications. Available with integrated pre and post cooling systemsfast , simple access to all electrical and mechanical components through hinged doors or removable access panels Desiccant cassette can be removed for cleaning to extend rotor life and efficiency Choice of Gas, Steam and Electric Reactivation Standard features include easy access inlet filters, self adjusting /tensioning rotor drive components and easy seal adjustment. Robust industrial duty structural frame and panel design Highly compact design-lowest foot print area. fully factory assembled, reduced installation time on site and lesser costs. Operating Principle Rehoboth dehumidifiers operate on the principle of adsorption of water vapor from the air. The desiccant used is silica gel, which is formed on an inorganic substance. The desiccant and substrate are arranged in a wheel-shaped rotor matrix having thousands of small parallel air passages extending through its thickness. The desiccant rotor is housed in a cabinet that is separated into process and reactivation sections. In the process section, moist air passes through the rotor, and the silica gel adsorbs the moisture To drive the absorbed moisture out of the desiccante, the rotor slowly rotates into the reactivation section, where a second heated air is usually exhausted outside. The reactivated desiccant rotor rotates back into process section to provide continuous drying of the process air. In many applications, the process air is cooled before entering the desiccant rotor the enable the system to produce dry air. The reactivation air stream may be heated by electricity, steam, hot water, or natural gas depending on the application and available utilities.
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Desiccant Dehumidifier

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Desiccant Dehumidifier A desiccant dehumidifier operates on a totally different principle to a refrigerant type. The main benefit of a desiccant dehumidifier is that it performs exceptionally well when used in cooler climates, or when a low dewpoint is required. As there is no actual water produced during the process, these units can work effectively at sub- zero temperatures. The rotor (the heart of the dehumidifier), is manufactured from alternate layers of flat and corrugated sheets, impregnated with an active component (desiccant). It is made to form a vast number of axial air channels running parallel through the structure. As air passes through these channels, moisture is transferred between the air and the desiccant in its vapour form. The rotor is generally divided into two air zones which are separated by seals, the process sector (typically 75%), and the reactivation sector (typically 25%). The rotor is rotated slowly (approximately 0.5 rpm) using a small geared drive motor. System air is pulled through the larger process sector where moisture is adsorbed from the air by the rotor material. The air leaves the dehumidifier warm and dry. Most of the heat gain is due to energy exchange during adsorption. A smaller heated air stream (usually fresh air) is pulled through the reactivation sector. This hot air is used to drive out moisture adsorbed into the rotor from the process air. The reactivation air leaves the rotor warm and wet. This air is normally exhausted to outside. As these two opposing airflows pass through the rotor simultaneously, a continuous and automatic dehumidification process is achieved. Drying capacity is normally controlled by regulation of the reactivation heater power. System efficiency can be further improved by inclusion of a heat recovery or purge sector. This third sector preheats the incoming reactivation air by recovering heat from the rotor material prior to passing across the reactivation heater. Less energy is required for heating the reactivation air and the dry air produced is both drier and cooler than that achieved in traditional desiccant systems (see Recusorb). Desiccant Drying with Pre-Cooling As refrigerant and chilled water cooling coils work well down to 10°Cdp, it makes sense to use one of these methods whenever conditions allow. It is generally accepted that these methods are not suitable to produce conditions below 8°Cdp, as there is high risk of the coils freezing. On fresh air systems that require drying below 8 to 10°Cdp, it is now standard practice to use either refrigerant (dx) or chilled water (cw) coils to extract moisture only to that level (8 -10°C). Cool saturated air leaving the cooling coil is then dried further by passing it through a desiccant dehumidifier. By utilising both cooling and desiccant technologies, very dry air can be produced (as low as minus 60°Cdp). This system works well in summer when the incoming air is warm and humid. During the cooler winter months the pre-cooling system is disabled and dehumidification is achieved using the desiccant dehumidifier only. Unwanted heat gains on the warm dry air supply can be removed by installation of another cooling coil, which serves to control temperature only (no latent duty).

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