---HBS-LR Characteristic Dehumidification System

For Civilian Applications:

Replace the conventional air conditioner, which solely focuses on temperature control and neglects humidity regulation, with a heat recovery constant temperature and humidity dehumidification system. This system allows independent control of temperature and humidity year-round, ensuring simple and reliable operation. It significantly enhances space comfort, preventing mold growth caused by excessive humidity, thereby eliminating the risk of "air conditioning disease." Utilizing waste heat, the rotor dehumidification's regeneration energy is nearly "zero," promoting energy efficiency and environmental friendliness.

The heat recovery energy-saving constant temperature and humidity unit is equipped with a new comprehensive automatic control system, featuring high automation, an intuitive human-machine interface, and the ability to facilitate remote control based on customer requirements. Additionally, a humidification function section can be added for environments like hotels, hospitals, villas, and high-end residences, ensuring a more comfortable winter environment with independent humidity control. The system also includes power-on self-check and various alarm functions, such as filter pressure difference and overload alarms. Operating modes, such as fresh air or full return air, can be selected, simplifying maintenance and saving energy.

For Industrial Applications:

Abandon the traditional, energy-consuming method of refrigeration, dehumidification, and reheating in the original air conditioning system. Instead, employ a refrigeration unit with a higher energy efficiency ratio combined with rotary dehumidification technology to reduce overall refrigeration energy consumption. Simultaneously, utilize various industrial waste heat recovery methods based on users' different types of waste heat to achieve comprehensive and optimal energy utilization, minimizing energy consumption. Considering customers' diverse humidity requirements, Hordis carefully calculates using waste heat or waste heat as the runner regeneration heat source, with traditional reheat as compensation. This approach meets humidity requirements while maximizing energy efficiency.