An indoor pool, whether it’s at home or a hotel, spa, or gym, can be one of life’s greatest pleasures or your worst nightmare depending on how well you control the room’s humidity. Children and adults alike love to splash in the water and enjoy the security, comfort, and convenience of an indoor setting any time of the year. However, an indoor pool also comes with its share of challenges and responsibilities for the owner or operator, and one of those is ensuring proper pool water chemistry while maintaining a clean and inviting atmosphere.
Air quality in your home, office or industrial facility is greatly affected by ventilation systems throughout the building. Ventilation applications help to control excess moisture, temperature, and odors in the building by introducing dehumidified, heated or cooled fresh air from the outdoors.
Without fresh air from the outdoors, your air quality may still be poor. 100% outdoor air dehumidifiers solve this problem by providing filtered, dehumidified, and heated or cooled air directly from the outdoors into your space. This injection of fresh air, known as “make-up air” can ensure the comfort and safety of residents and workers alike.
The type of dehumidification system you select will dictate how well it performs within your industrial space. For example, selecting a system that is too small will not remove the proper amount of moisture from the facility. Having the proper commercial dehumidifier is necessary to protect a wide variety of facilities from corrosion to equipment, mold and mildew buildup, or damage to raw materials.
Through the use of industrial dehumidifiers, facility managers and owners will be able to effectively control humidity levels, room temperatures, and dew points. As you search for a dehumidifier for your facility, it’s important to find one that’s the right size based on your application’s unique requirements.
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The hemp-based product market has grown significantly in recent years. In response to increasing consumer demand, companies within the market have sought ways to improve production operations. One area of focus is the drying process, which is crucial to ensuring the quality and safety of products. Below, we go into more detail about the hemp drying process and the role of dehumidifiers in it.
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Dehumidifiers are needed when the control of relative humidity is critical. They are invaluable for alleviating high humidity, mold, mildew and corrosion that come from poor insulation, high dew point outdoor air, or insufficient control of room temperature. Depending on your specific needs, dehumidifiers are available in residential, commercial, and industrial varieties. While residential dehumidifiers (normally portable and operate on a 115 volt power) are smaller, quieter, and less expensive, they are not suitable for large spaces. In these cases, commercial or industrial models are the better choice.
In recent years, more and more farmers have realized the benefits of growing crops in different types of controlled environments. This increased awareness has led to a significant rise in the popularity of indoor grow rooms—i.e., enclosed spaces that allow users to achieve and maintain precise environmental conditions to increase crop yield and quality, essentially being able to provide “Mother Nature’s Best Day” every day. One of the key controlled parameters in grow rooms is humidity which, at the proper levels, can significantly improve crop quality and shorten grow cycles.
Below, we discuss why controlling grow room humidity is important, how temperature affects humidity levels, and how to choose the right dehumidifier for a given grow application.
Efficient dehumidification actively prevents structural damage, lowers energy costs and improves a room’s climate. DCA understands the importance of maintaining swimming pool room dehumidification and works with many swimming pool room applications to create ideal, precise solutions for small to large spaces.
Given our experience encompassing large-scale hotel pools to small, specialized therapy pool rooms, DCA is best at differentiating needs per application and working to develop the ideal dehumidifier solution. To satisfy any energy-saving goals you may have, we offer water-cooled versions of every dehumidification–plus, each one is factory-tested for guaranteed high performance.
DCA, like all other refrigerant-based equipment manufacturers, moved away from potentially ozone-depleting refrigerants years ago for various reasons. DCA now uses two refrigerants, R-407C and R-410A, each with technical and thermodynamic advantages to consider.
It will come as no surprise that swimming pool rooms are extremely humid, and with humidity comes the potential for unwanted microbial growth. With their high traffic and enclosed indoor swimming areas, swim schools are particularly prone to moisture buildup and the growth of mold and mildew. To ensure the health and safety of pool users, it is important to use dehumidifiers in swim school pool rooms.