How does a Refrigerated Air Dryer Works


The refrigerated air dryer cools the approaching packed air first in an aerial warmth exchanger where the active cool dry air pre-cools the hot approaching air and consolidates some dampness out.

At that point the approaching air enters an air-to-refrigerant warmth exchanger where the air is cooled to 38º F by the fluid refrigerant.

This procedure causes the dampness to consolidate into fluid water and it is depleted away.

The out going air then enters the aerial warmth exchanger and is warmed up to keep the outside of channels from sweating.


The refrigeration compressor pumps hot hello there weight gas refrigerant (Freon) into the condenser which exchanges the warmth from the refrigerant gas to the encompassing air as the gas consolidates into a fluid.

The fluid refrigerant (Freon) is then metered to a cool low weight where it enters the air-to-refrigerant warmth exchanger and the warmth from the hot packed air is adsorbed into the icy refrigerant (Freon).

The refrigeration compressor then sucks low weight hot gas refrigerant (Freon) into the refrigeration compressor and the cycle begins once again once more.

This is how refrigerated air dryer works.

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