Cotes has a range of Cotes Ultradry dehumidifiers used for a range of industry applications including Li-ion battery dry rooms.
Cotes offers an Ultradry-air Solution for battery dry rooms that uses the Cotes Patented Exergic Technology, enabling massive energy reductions, cost savings, and huge CO₂ emissions reductions of up to 95%.
The Cotes Exergic Technology enables enable the dehumidifier to run at low nominal temperatures of 80°C which makes it possible to use hot water as the energy source. This hot water can be heated by any combination of sustainable energy source:
- 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)
- Gas **
**Cotes does not recommend or consider gas as a source of sustainable energy due to the environmental footprint. We recommend utilizing energy for the hot water from sustainable or “green” energy sources instead. However, if gas is a requirement, the water can come from a central gas boiler.