Achieving low cost and energy efficiently Dry Room© with appropriate device configuration and optimal operational control
……………Moister in the air is an impediment to yield improvements in the manufacturing processes for the increasing production of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and organic EL. This manufacturing is therefore performed in a Dry Room© which has the moisture in the air removed in a controlled low dew point atmosphere.
……………WINDS© is an original energy saving type dehumidifier which supplies dry air with a dew point temperature of -60℃. WINDS© is a dehumidifier with greatly improved dehumidification performance. We use it to offer our low dew point Dry Room©, which achieves the highest level of energy conservation in the industry.
……………The manufacturing cost for the dehumidification air used in the Dry Room© is higher than for the conditioned air used in ordinary air conditioning. There are therefore increased demands for energy conservation in large-scale mass production factories. In order to respond to these demands we optimize the configuration of the dehumidification equipment to achieve reduced energy consumption and lower costs. Furthermore, we achieve further reductions in energy consumption by implementing optimal operation controls to deal with the periods when the dehumidification load is low, for example during the winter months.
……………In addition, there are cases when an extreme low humidity environment is required, for example, for electronic device manufacturing equipment and stockers. For these, we use a dehumidifying CDASS© which can supply air with a dew point temperature of -100℃ to construct this extreme low dew point environment.
- Construction of an energy saving and low cost Dry Room©
- Construction of an environment with a -100℃, extreme low dew point temperature.
Environmentally-friendly solvent recovery system that provides excellent energy-saving performance
……………This system is a dry type solvent recovery system embedded into our Takasago-developed heat recovery system, which realizes industry-leading energy saving. We propose the optimum recovery system according to the type of solvents, from a high boiling point NMP for use in battery plants, to a low boiling ethyl acetate for use in printing factories.
- Effective use for unutilized exhaust heat through regeneration at low temperature by a thickener
- Realizes significant energy saving compared with conventional systems
- A significant reduction in VOC atmosphere discharge amounts is achieved, thanks to reuse of that the already treated air through circulation into the dry furnace air supply
- A significant reduction In the amount of new solvents that needs to be purchased is achieved by reuse of recovered solvents