Its clear you dont understand what im describing.Heat doesnt push moisture out, quite the opposite. Air at 100deg F holds 10x more water than air at 30deg F, for reference.
The 200+F air coming out of thr compressor will heat up the dessicant and push all of that moisture out, into the cooling coils and into the tank.
When the dessicant cools down it regains its ability to absorb moisture.
The three tubes have to get cycled through the system.