Cooper Machine Incomac MAC Kiln

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Cooper Machine Company, Inc.

PO Box 550
Wadley, GA 30477-0550

  

478-252-5885

  
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This machine is not just a dehumidifier but also a condensation machine with a heat pump that uses electricity as a source of energy. Incomac's heat pump drying system provides a considerable energy savings, while still producing optimal efficiency. Many heat pump systems reduce the humidity by the cooling process, but do not effectively use the ability to heat as well as cool. The unique design of this dehumidification kiln uses all energy to its fullest. The cold side of the system is used to extract the moisture from the air inside the kiln by condensation. The heat generated by the gas expanding from the condensing process is routed to another coil and the air from the kiln is circulated over to it to extract the heat and re-enter the kiln.

Unlike most dehumidification kilns in the US, the heat pump is located outside of the chamber. This outside position helps to guarantee a long life for the machine components and also make it easy to do maintenance. The structure and panel o