Desiccant Dehumidifier MDC2000

Desiccant Technologies Group industrial desiccant dehumidifier MDC2000 designed for general purposes – room air dehumidification and process drying. The compact construction allows extended periods of operation with a minimum of maintenance. Especially suitable for low temperature and low humidity operation. Unit includes desiccant rotor, EC-fans, reactivation PTC-heater, filters and controls.

 Constructional Features:
  • The casing has high resistance to atmospheric corrosion and made of 1,0 mm stainless steel sheet metal; some parts made of 1,5 and 2,0 mm stainless steel in order to achieve rigidity; the panels with 20mm rock wool insulation
  • Compact design and low weight of the unit
  • High performance at low temperatures and low relative humidity in a room
  • Optional humidistat is available as an accessory
  • Microprocessor based control (optional)
  • Easy access to the internal components of the dehumidifier for the maintenance
  • EC-fans
  • PTC-heater
  • High efficiency of the washable silica gel rotor
  • All components made exclusively by European manufacturers

MDC1000_2000_dimens_ENG-e1421831215374Technical data:

Process air
Rated airflow: 2000
Available static pressure: 200 Pа
Reactivation air
Rated airflow: 400
Available static pressure: 280 Pа
Power supply
(3х400V, 50 Hz) 16,5 kW
Current: 24 А

Miscellaneous data
Weight: 165 kg
Operating temperature -30/+40˚С
Max noise level
without ductworks: 70 dBA
Air filter: EU4
IEC protective class: IP44
Insulation: 20mm

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