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1. Refrigerant (DX) Dehumidifier
a. Down to 26 F Leaving Dew Point Temperature (20.0634 grains w.v./lb d.a.)

2. Refrigerant (DX) Dehumidifier – With Heat Pipe

3. Dry Desiccant Rotating Wheel or Bed
a. Down to 5 F Leaving Dew Point Temperature (7.1449 grains w.v./lb d.a.)
b. With Direct Fired Reactivation Heater
c. With Indirect Fired Reactivation Heater
d. With Electric Coil Reactivation Heater

4. Dry Desiccant Vertical Bed
a. Down to 5 F Leaving Dew Point Temperature (7.1449 grains w.v./lb d.a.)
b. With Direct Fired Reactivation Heater
c. With Indirect Reactivation Heater
d. With Electric Coil Reactivation Heater
e. Dry Desiccant Multiple Vertical Bed

5. Liquid Desiccant
a. With Electric Air Cooled Water Chiller
b. With Natural Gas Engine Driven Chiller

6. Chilled Water Dehumidifier
a. Leaving Dew Point Down to 40 F (36.5120 grains w.v./lb d.a.)
b. Leaving Dew Point Down to 37 F (with a 5 F Approach on Coil Temp.)

7. Chilled Brine/Glycol
a. Leaving Dew Point Down to 32 F (26.5300 grains w.v./lb d.a.)
b. Leaving Dew Point Below 32 F With Frosted Coil or Defrost Control
c. For Freezer Storage Air Conditioning or Dehumidification

8. Energy Consumptions & Operating Costs For all Systems
a. kwh/lb w.v. removed

9. Freezer Storage Facility -Prevention of Ice Build-up At Freezer Doorways



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