In industrial production, consistent air dehumidification has become an indispensable part of the overall process environment.
In particular, hygienic standards can only be met if, for example, damp spots in process operations are avoided. Drying systems that function on the basis of modern condensation or adsorption technologies can solve or even prevent
a variety of different problems in this regard.
Efficient dehumidification systems prevent damage or loss of quality that moisture can cause in the production and storage environment. This can affect both the quality of the products and have a direct impact on the individual intermediate production steps.
Dehumidifiers can be used to protect technical equipment, devices and facilities from moisture damage. This means that the equipment is always ready for use and costly repairs can be avoided. The risk of production interruptions is thus significantly lower, because effects of excessive humidity can be: