The right way to dry
Cotes commits to giving up to 70 million litres of fresh drinking water in 2022
We Give Back The Water We Take
Cotes adsorption dehumidifiers remove hundreds of thousands of litres of unwanted moisture from the air every year from all kinds of industries around the world.
In 2022, and with the help of UNICEF, Cotes has committed to giving up to 70 million litres of fresh drinking water to those who need it most, but you can help us give even more!
Calculate your battery dry room CO2 savings
This calculator uses dynamic energy prices and your dry room data to calculate how much energy you can save and how much CO2 reduction you can achieve by choosing the right way to dry a battery dry room.
Enter your dry room data:
How many hours a year is your dry room operational? In other words, how many hours a year is your dry room staffed and producing batteries?
Conventional systems are dependant on ice water that requires more energy to generate. To dry a dry room you need both a heating and cooling source. What is your cooling source price in EUR/kWh?
Conventional systems are limited to either electricity and/or gas as a regeneration heating source. Cotes Exergic Technology however makes it possible to select a combination of sustainable sources of regeneration heating.
Because dry rooms operate at extremely low dew point it makes a big difference how many people work in the dry room at one time.
What is your prefered nominal operating dew point inside your dry room? Cotes Exergic Technology can reach dew points of -120°C in an unstaffed room, though we see most dry rooms only need to maintain a dew point of -60°C.
Dry air requirement
Annual energy consumption
Compare Cotes Exergic with the competition
The issue with current non-Cotes dehumidification is their high dependency on only electricity and gas. Cotes Exergic Technology allows you to choose a combination of sustainable energy sources like:
- Waste heat (District heating or waste heat from elsewhere in the li-ion battery production)
- Biomass or Biogas (if available and sustainable)
- Solar thermal panels
- CO₂ Heat Pump used for both heating and cooling. Pay once and use twice.
- Electricity (From sustainable energy sources, i.e., wind power, hydropower, solar power and/or nuclear power)
Depending on your sustainable source of energy to heat the hot water in Cotes Exergic Technology, you can save up to 66% on your dry room energy bills and reduce up to 95% of dry room CO2 emissions.
Want a more detailed analysis?
Share your details and our team will contact you for a more detailed report of your dry room data. Thank you for making CO2 emission and energy reduction a priority in your business. ❤️
Why's humidity a problem?
Uncontrolled humidity gives rise to all kinds of nasty problems, including condensation, corrosion, mould, fungi and bacterial growths, mechanical, electrical and electronic glitches, powder clumping and system blockages.
We're ready to help you
We don't make light of the problems you face with humidity, in fact, we take it very seriously. Providing you with the right dry-air solution starts with a conversation about your business needs and what your dry-air strategy could look like.
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Reduce battery dry room carbon footprint by up to 95%
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Protecting freshwater with dry air
Waterworks play a crucial part in our freshwater infrastructure which is why we have to protect the integrity and productivity of this infrastructure from the harmful effects of unwanted humidity.
Humidity issues in Food & Beverage Production
If you are a food or beverage producer that cares about quality and hygiene, then you understand that unwanted humidity in your production is a risk that you should not take.