|Dessicant Dehumidification Machines|
|Written by Jeana|
|Wednesday, 18 April 2012 17:29|
A major set back in the restoration process is the time taken to dry out buildings prior to starting remedial building work. There are potentially hundreds of litres of water that remain hidden within the building's structure. Using a Dessicant has changed our industry. It saves money everywhere. Workers will be back to work quicker, your business will be back to pre-loss condition sooner and the speed of drying has haulted the chance for further damage and remidiation.
How This Process Works:
Warm air "holds" more moisture than cooler air. Air leaving a desiccant dehumidifier is warm, very dry and at high velocity, thereby providing the three essential ingredients necessary for fast and effective drying. The dry air can be easily ducted to where drying is needed most, whether it is under a floor, into a wall cavity or simply distributed to serve multiple areas.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 19:33|