CO2 Gas dryers are a type of industrial dryer designed to remove moisture and impurities from carbon dioxide gas. These dryers play a critical role in many industrial processes where dry and pure CO2 is required.

The process of removing moisture and impurities from CO2 gas is achieved through a combination of adsorption and desorption.

In adsorption, moisture and impurities are trapped by the dryer's adsorbent material, which can be regenerated by desorption. Desorption involves heating the adsorbent material to release the moisture and impurities, making it ready for another cycle of adsorption.

It’s important to become familiar with all the types of dryers to determine the right type of dryer technology for your business. CO2 dryers differ from other types of dryers, such as refrigerant and desiccant dryers, in their ability to handle moisture removal in inert gas at certain pressures. Additionally, CO2 dryers are capable of achieving a much lower dew point, making them ideal for processes that require extremely dry CO2 gas.

Process Diagram

CO2 Gas Dryer Benefits

CO2 dryers offer a range of benefits for industrial processes that rely on dry and pure carbon dioxide gas. In this section, we will discuss some of the advantages of using CO2 dryers in your operations.

Firstly, CO2 dryers are incredibly energy-efficient. They use a unique adsorption and desorption process to remove moisture and impurities from CO2 gas, which requires significantly less energy than other types of dryers. By investing in a CO2 dryer, businesses can save on their energy costs and increase their profitability.

Secondly, CO2 dryers have low maintenance requirements as they are designed to operate for extended periods without needing maintenance. This means less downtime and greater productivity for your business.

Finally, CO2 dryers are capable of handling high inlet temperatures and pressures. This makes them ideal for industrial processes that require high volumes of CO2 gas at high pressures. By choosing a CO2 dryer, you can achieve very low dew points and benefit with extremely dry CO2 gas for your process ensuring high product quality

Characteristics of CO2 Gas Dryers

  • Operating pressure:  4 to 40 bar
  • Operating temperature   : 15 to 65 Deg. °C
  • Flow rate: 100 to 10000 Nm3/h

Industrial Applications

  • Food & Beverage
  • Water Treatment,
  • Fire Extinguishing
  • Refrigeration
  • Oil & Gas industry,
  • Petrochemical
  • Inerting