ULT Dry-Tec

ULT Dry-Tec® is a modular concept designed for highly efficient and energetically optimized adsorption drying. The system is specifically engineered for extremely dry process air atmospheres

The ULT Dry-Tec modular concept is designed for drying process air with dew points down to -60°C. It operates on the principle of rotational dehumidification and is utilized in sensitive areas such as the chemical, pharmaceutical, or process engineering industries, battery, electronics, or food production, and in dry or measurement rooms.

The ULT Dry-Tec® adsorption dryer is specifically engineered for extremely dry process air atmospheres. This unit provides high extraction performance with a very low moisture content between 0.05% – 40% constant relative air humidity.

Compact in design, the ULT Dry-Tec® requires a relatively small footprint considering its efficiency. Engineered for extremely dry process air atmospheres, it offers exceptional extraction performance with very low air moisture content. Optimized high-performance sorption rotors ensure high efficiency with low-maintenance operation.

Aside from easy transportation and handling, the ULT Dry-Tec® unit offers the option of energy recovery through an integrated heat exchanger.

Utilizing capillary rotor condensation within the system continuously and efficiently removes moisture from the process air to be dried. Controlled, simultaneous adsorption and regeneration ensure optimal dehumidification performance for the process air stream.

ULT Dry-Tec® finds applications across various sectors:

Chemical Industry: 

  • Preventing clumping and safeguarding bulk materials from moisture damage through gentle and efficient adsorption drying

Pharmaceutical Industry: 

  • Used in tablet packaging in blister packs or coating processes

Food and Beverage Industry: 

  • Utilized in freeze tunnels or spray drying of convenience products

Electronics and Component Manufacturing: 

  • Maintaining constant drying conditions
  • Manufacturing of lithium-ion battery cells
  • Powder handling in additive manufacturing processes

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