Drywell dryers

Our dryers
Ferlin DW 12
Ferlin DW 25
Ferlin DW 50
Ferlin DW 80
Ferlin DW 160
Ferlin DW 250
Ferlin DW 400
Ferlin DW 630
Our dryers

DW12

Max. air volume: 2-14 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW25

Max. air volume: 5-25 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW50

Max. air volume: 20-50 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW80

Max. air volume: 30-80 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW160

Max. air volume: 60-160 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW250

Max. air volume: 90-250 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW400

Max. air volume: 150-400 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

DW630

Max. air volume: 240-630 M3/H
  • Very constant dew point
  • Energy-saving
  • No contamination
  • No compressed air required

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Different types of dryers

There are various dryers on the market. The most common dryers are central dryers, compressed air dryers and honeycumb dryers. Central dryers are dryers where a drying unit is connected to one or more hoppers. The drying unit has two drying towers with drying material. The dryer starts with drying at a set dew point value, often a lot lower than -20°C, and then slowly rises to a set dew point often higher than -20°C. Because of this the dewpoint is not constant.

huneycomb dryers

The honeycumb dryers work with a rotating disc that simultaneously regenerates, cools and absorbs moisture.

Because these processes occur simultaneously, a very constant dew point is created and regeneration can take place at a much lower temperature. The dryers therefore use much less energy. This type of dryer also has a drying unit per hopper so that contamination no longer occurs. These dryers are also easier to move because they only need electricity.

compressed air with dryers

Besides the dryers with drying towers there are also compressed air dryers. These dryers have a very constant dew point and especially for small drying quantities these dryers are very suitable. The disadvantage of compressed air dryers however is that they need compressed air. When compressed air is not available, it costs a lot of energy and therefore money to create compressed air.