The high-efficiency design and construction of ESD cycling dryers helps you achieve better performance, while reducing energy consumption. The patented, high-efficiency heat exchanger combined with a thermal mass circuit helps save energy at partial load. The refrigerant compressor is automatically deactivated to save energy when not needed.
Utilizing extensive dryer design experience, the OMI ESD dryer includes features like microprocessor control and an optional electronic no-loss drain that increase reliability and saving. Features such as dryer self-regulation and plug-and-play installation make start-up convenient, while readily-available parts make ongoing maintenance simple and easy.
By shutting off the compressor during low loads, ESD dryers dramatically reduce energy waste. ESD dryers use R134a and R407c refrigerants that are environmentally-friendly with the lowest Global Warming Potential to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. High-quality components provide longer lasting dryers that require fewer replacement parts, minimizing environmental impact.
When operating at partial loads, the dryer can exploit the energy previously stored in the glycol circuit to shut down the compressor and substantially save energy and costs. A patented 3-layers (air / glycol / freon) heat exchanger allows the dryer to exploit the full power of the refrigerant system, maximizing in this way the efficiency; the energy surplus is stored by the glycol, so at partial load the microprocessor can switch off the refrigerant system for significant periods of time, while the glycol circulation system (always running) ensures a constant dew point. Under standard load condition the refrigerant circuit is turned on 100% of the time, while if there is no load is about 5% only.