Helping you solve the common problems of uncontrolled airborne moisture is what gets us up in the morning.
Below are a few examples of how we have helped our customers achieve their ideal environment.
Redefining energy efficiency in lithium battery dry room dehumidifiers
Energy consumption makes up a significant proportion of the operational costs within Lithium Battery Dry rooms. The LDP-2DW dual rotor series provides operators the opportunity to reduce energy consumption of the drying process by up to 35% when compared to single rotor designs.
Are the effects of uncontrolled humidity holding you back?
Maintaining optimal humidity levels will make a vital contribution to your business, as uncontrolled humidity can lead to a wide range of problems both in commercial and industrial settings.
Desiccant dehumidifier technology
Energy efficient industrial dehumidifiers with user friendly controls. We combine the latest materials and technology to provide users with the most advanced climate control systems available.
Humidity Control Featured Application
A dehumidifier used in cold storage works much more effectively than traditional air curtains found in freezer rooms. Moisture entering the freezer room can cause significant problems to cold storage operators in the long term, common problems include snow, mist or ice formation.
These not only present a serious health and safety risk to staff, but also reduce evaporator efficiency and can cause unstable temperatures within the cold store chamber through the need to carry out excessive defrost cycles.
Our dehumidifiers are designed for use in cold storage facilities, offering you the solution to your ice, fog and slippery surfaces by removing moisture before it enters the cold store.
- Protects electrical components from failure due to high humidity
- Prevention of condensation, mould and mildew
- Protects pumps and pipework from corrosion
Condensation and corrosion within waterworks are a real challenge to water processing operators, additionally high humidity levels result in other hazards such as mould and mildew formation. Condensation formation is a result of moisture laden air coming into contact with cold surfaces such as pipework and metal structures.
Utilisation of an industrial desiccant dehumidifier to reduce the dewpoint and relative humidity of the air within the space is a cost-effective way to eliminate the common problems found within all types of water processing facilities. Including above and below ground pumping stations and wastewater treatment. As an added benefit, the reduction in relative humidity in the space will help prevent the formation of mould and mildew.
- Increased serviceability of defense technology and equipment
- Stops the development of corrosion during storage and preservation of defense technology and equipment
- Protects weapons and ammunition from corrosion and damage during storage
- Reduces maintenance and repair costs
- Ensures safe preservation of defense equipment to help maintain future readiness
Industrial dehumidifiers are mechanical devices designed for the removal of water vapour from the air. They work by the process of condensation or adsorption.
- Adsorption dehumidifiers work by means of passing air through a desiccant material. When activated this material has the ability to bond with the water vapour present in the air being passed over it, the result is warm dry air on the outlet with very low dewpoints possible.
- Condensation dehumidifiers remove water vapour by reducing the dewpoint of the air with a cooling coil until it reaches saturation, at which point the water vapour is deposited on the cooling coil in the form of condensation.
Hybrid industrial dehumidifiers are also available, combining both technologies. This enables large volumes of fresh air to be processed by first stripping out the bulk of the water through condensation dehumidification, then utilising the desiccant rotor section it can further dry the air to deeper levels, that are not possible with condensation type dehumidifiers.
Commercial and Industrial dehumidifiers are individually suited to different applications.
- Condensing type dehumidifiers are suited to applications where the surrounding environment is warm and humid, for example swimming pools. The limiting factor of the condensing type is they are limited in their ability to maintain the required relative humidity at lower temperature levels and have a minimum turn down ratio being refrigerant based, meaning control is not as precise as a desiccant type.
- Desiccant adsorption dehumidifiers have a broad operational range in both temperature, relative humidity and dewpoint, allowing for year-round use even in cold climates or extreme conditions. Units typically feature advanced control interfaces with linear control, meaning tight control of the airs humidity and dewpoint can be achieved. In many cases, desiccant dehumidifiers are fitted with precooling sections to optimise efficiency and help achieve very low relative humidity levels.