Hygro Dry Rooms are manufactured as a complete turnkey package incorporates cooling, heating, Dehumidifiers, chillers/ DX systems, ducting, PLC, and other controls which can maintain the Relative humidity (RH) as low as 0.5 % regardless of ambient conditions mainly used in Lithium Battery manufacturing, R& D centers etc. Hygro desiccant dehumidification systems are designed with innovative energy recovery to minimize operating costs for the customer.
That is why Hygro experts work in close partnership with our customers to ensure the most optimum design for each individual project. Hygrosolution provides the lowest energy consumption while meeting the highest performance requirements for advanced battery manufacturing.
Industrial manufacturing faces increased pressure for sustainable processes, reduced carbon dioxide emissions and better use of clean energy. Reducing energy consumption related to air dehumidification reduces overall fuel usage and exhaust emissions. The dehumidifier itself can use heat from many sources, enabling clean energy use, and easily integrates with heat recovery programs.
From coating cathodes and anodes, to laser welding, electrolyte filling and de-gassing, low dew point humidity control is critical to battery processing, quality and production yield. Hygro dehumidification solutions can deliver consistent and precise environmental control to meet the demanding specifications required throughout all the production steps in your plant. Each area and chemistry may demand different specifications. In order to fully understand your specific needs, a complimentary Site Review with the customer, contractor or engineer and Hygro engineer is a good first step
A typical Hygro Dehumidification system for low dew point control incorporates cooling, heating, chillers, ducting and controls. The system uses an energy recovery purge design to recover waste heat off the hottest section of the desiccant wheel (the dehumidification process produces heat) and uses it to help with regeneration. This process reduces the reactivation heater power required. The purge design creates a more energy efficient system with 30 to 35% reduction in energy costs. Other options include night and weekend setbacks, variable flows, and waste heat recovery off integrated DX cooling units. Each project is unique and has its own set of challenges.