Working Principle of Dehumidifier

The dehumidifier consists of a compressor, a heat exchanger, a fan, a water container, a casing and a controller.

The working principle of the dehumidifier is:

the humid air is drawn into the machine by the fan and passed through the heat exchanger. At this time, the moisture in the air condenses into water droplets and becomes dry air to be discharged outside the machine. This cycle reduces the indoor humidity.

The internal circulation of the dehumidifier:

through the operation of the compressor -> discharge high temperature and high pressure gas from the exhaust port -> enter the condenser for cooling -> become low temperature and high pressure gas -> pass through the capillary tube -> become a low temperature and low pressure liquid -> pass The evaporator evaporates and absorbs heat -> returns to the compressor to become a low-temperature and low-pressure gas. So it goes back and forth.

The external circulation of the dehumidifier:

under normal startup -> through the operation of the fan -> moist air is sucked in from the air inlet -> through the evaporator -> the evaporator absorbs the moisture in the air on the aluminum sheet -> becomes dry The air -> heat dissipation through the condenser -> blow out from the air outlet.

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