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CSrental has a wide range of condenser dryers and adsorption dryers available and offers a temporary or stationary solution for your moisture problem in construction, industry, at the office or in the warehouse.
In addition to construction dryers and industrial dehumidifiers, CSrental also has unique compactors and water separators in its range. This combination makes it possible to offer a solution for the most common problems.

Application options for our construction dryers and dehumidifiers:

  • Building drying for faster drying of new buildings, extensions and renovations
  • Drying after water damage, flooding and calamities
  • Flooding after floods
  • Air dehumidification during temporary storage or drying processes

Application options for our industrial dehumidifiers:

  • Production and storage areas (also installations with specific humidity requirements)
  • Industrial process and product drying, room dehumidification
  • Corrosion protection for tanks, ships and moisture-sensitive cargoes
  • Dehumidification in water technical installations and for the prevention of condensation
  • Preventing corrosion in switchgear, boiler installations, turbines and pipelines
  • Prevention of condensation in loading/unloading areas, cold stores at temperatures below -15 °C

For an accurate calculation of the dehumidification capacity, especially for larger rooms or complicated climatic environmental conditions, please contact one of our consultants. We analyze on location, the individual needs and determine the required capacity. Based on this, we work out a customized solution for you.​

Below you will find more information about the operation of the condensation dryers and the adsorption dryers:

Condensation dryers

With condenser dryers, the sucked in and moist air is strongly cooled by means of a condenser. the evaporator section of a closed refrigeration system.

Due to this cooling, the relative humidity of the air rises above 100%, causing the water vapor to condense. The condensed water is drained to a reservoir or is led outside through hoses. The heat released in the condenser of the refrigeration system is used to cool the air above the original temperature.

Adsorption dryers

Desiccant dryers make use of the moisture-absorbing capacity of substances such as silica gel and lithium chloride. These substances are impregnated on a rotating ceramic wheel, which blows the moist air out of the room.

The hygroscopic material absorbs a large part of the moisture and the air then leaves, dry the adsorption dryer. Depending on the model, this process takes place over two separate steps air ducts (Dual) or via a common air stream (Mono), of which a partial air stream is then used for regeneration.

Separated air flows offer the advantage of pressure-neutral convection drying with higher drying results and significantly more energy efficiency when installed indoors and outdoors.