Humidity control is especially important in cold storage chambers. The temperatures in these spaces can be as low as -30ºC.
Chambers are often covered by a large quantity of frost, which reduces the quality of the process and increases energy consumption.
Our desiccant rotor air dehumidifiers are designed to solve this problem. For milder temperatures in smaller rooms, adiabatic humidification is usually the solution required to prevent weight loss in the stored products.
Another sort of building typically requiring air humidity controls is ice-skating rinks.
The use of desiccant rotor air dehumidifiers in this kind of building prevents problematic mists and condensations from forming. These can turn into a kind of light drizzle falling on audiences, a consequence of the temperature of the ice being lower than the dew point of the ventilation air.
The units also play an important role in preventing the corrosion of the building and reduce the energy consumption of the facilities.
Several coats of paint must be applied to exterior steel to protect it from corrosion in the naval industry and in large storage tanks for chemical products.
To apply the paint to the most vulnerable parts without leaving any kind of corrosion, the painting process requires the prior elimination of corrosion and cleaning, which makes the metal very vulnerable to corrosion until the protective paint is applied.
The humidity of the air surrounding the steel at this point must be controlled to ensure the manufacturer responsible for the coating can guarantee its useful life. FISAIR has developed its DFRC series for these processes, which it has supplied to large shipyards and prestigious firms working in this field.