A dehumidifier containing a desiccant rotor with a low capacity will not anylonger fulfill the original design conditions. In production facilities this is risky business, since both production capacity and product quality can be affected.
WHY RUN THE RISK OF OPERATING A LOW PERFORMING ROTOR?
The heart of any Munters dehumidifier is the desiccant rotor (wheel). A proper protected rotor in a well maintained dehumidifier will have a long life, helping you to achieve your desired perfect climate, year after year.
If the rotor capacity starts to decline, you might experience challenges in achieving the originally specified conditions, resulting in your benefits no longer being realised. This might become obvious by a drop in production capacity or product quality, leading to costly consequences.
Replacing a low performing rotor necessitates an investment but when compared to the possible loss in profits or irreparable damage, this investment will easily pay back. Your production or storage conditions will again get back to the expected, just like the energy consumption.
A dehumidifier running with a low performing rotor causes the reactivation heater to consume more energy than normally, trying to compensate for the low performance. Since the heater is the most energy consuming element of the dehumidifier, this situation results in costly and unnecessary use of energy.
Having Munters Global Services replace the rotor, means that not only the rotor is properly installed but also that the dehumidifier is correctly re-commissioned, ensuring optimal performance, minimal energy consumption and lowest running costs are achieved.
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