High humidity levels, especially during the summer, can cause problems with the production process, which leads to delays and can have financial impact.
In cold rooms the passage of air from one room to another is inevitable, as people and products move from one process to another: reception, racking, storage etc. This passage of outdoor air can produce ice and frost formation, and add to the following problems:
- Slippery floors and water puddles.
- High ice accumulation in evaporators and cooling systems.
- High number of defrost cycles.
- Low quality of products due to ice formation on surfaces.
- Detection failures in photoelectric systems.
- Wet or damp packaging.