Since the late 1990s we have been at the forefront of assisting customers with low and critical humidity controlled environments. ​This has led to us creating and maintaing a strong trading relationship with the Munters Group. We have been acting as their sole Irish representative in Ireland for in excess of 10 years.

We have been able to marry our vast experience in general air handling to low humidity applications using the market leading Munters desiccant technology.

We have positioned ourselves in the market place as Ireland's leading supplier of desiccant technology. Not only can we provide the leading technology to the market we pride ourselves in leading projects from customer inception to full and final commissioning.

In addition our Irish based field service engineers have vast experience in servicing and maintaing applications throughout Ireland.

Munters Dehumidification

     AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Preservation (Articles, Documents, Film)

  • Climate Control

  • Human Comfort

  • Product Drying

  • Protection of Electronics

  • R&D Labs and Clean Rooms

  • Storage Above 0°C / 30°F

  • Storage Below 0°C / 30°F

  • Storage Area (Dry)

  • Tableting and Compressing

  • Weighing, Mixing, Blending

Principle

 

 

Munters desiccant dehumidification systems remove moisture from the air by using a desiccant; a material which easily attracts and holds water vapor. Desiccant dehumidifiers are especially well-suited for removing moisture from air at a low temperature and low humidity level.


At the heart of these dehumidifiers is a patented desiccant wheel made up of corrugated material. Air passes through the flutes of the material, contacting the desiccant. The incoming process air stream gives off its moisture to the desiccant. The process air is dry as it leaves the wheel. The humidity-laden wheel rotates slowly into a second, smaller airstream which has been heated.

This smaller exhaust airstream, known as reactivation air, warms the desiccant. The warmed desiccant gives off its moisture which is then carried away by the reactivation air. The newly dried desiccant material is rotated back into the process air, where it absorbs moisture once again. Desiccant dehumidification systems have become increasingly popular in recent years because of lower equipment costs achieved through economies of scale, modular designs, and the use of desiccant silica gel wheels. It should be noted that whereas the reactivation heat in the original desiccant systems was produced by burning natural gas, all electric desiccant systems are now available. These desiccant systems are extremely efficient and simple in that they use rejected heat from the condenser to regenerate the desiccant wheel.