To manage humidity, mold and mildew, dehumidifiers are a critical tool responsible for enhancing a space’s comfort, function, and overall operation. In large scale commercial and industrial spaces, consistent ventilation, moisture management, and desired room air temperature pose a particularly complex challenge.
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A successful dehumidification system is comprised of two critical components: a dehumidifier appropriate for the particular application, which is dependent on a long list of parameters, and proper ductwork system installation. Without proper air flow through the dehumidifier and room being dehumidified, required space conditions cannot be achieved.
Outdoor air-cooled remote condensers are used as the cooling component (A/C) of an indoor pool room dehumidifier. Pool dehumidifiers deliver warm dry air to the pool room when operating. With the addition of an outdoor remote condenser the dehumidifier now can supply warm or cool dry air back to the pool room to help control the temperature and is controlled by a wall mounted automatic change over thermostat. In most cases this system will provide the proper room temperature needed to minimize pool water evaporation and provide a comfortable environment for swimmers. In very warm climates they often supplement the pool room primary A/C system.
The printing industry employs multiple complex processes to ensure the production of high-quality paper products; several of these processes center on maintaining a conducive printing environment, as this sector faces several unique technical challenges, including the optimization of resource and energy utilization.
Something is wrong: Your dehumidifier isn’t functioning properly, and you need to make the repair as quickly as possible.
But as mechanical devices, dehumidifiers contain complex inner workings with various components and parts. So what do you do, and how do you determine what’s causing the issue in the first place?
Here’s a quick guide for troubleshooting three of the most common dehumidifier issues.
DCA offers Dehumidifiers in two basic air flow configurations, horizontal and vertical. Each has its advantages and normally the size of the equipment room and/or the orientation of the ductwork dictates which is preferred especially if this is a replacement dehumidifier.
Normally a horizontal dehumidifier replaces an existing horizontal dehumidifier and the same is true for a vertical dehumidifier.
In general a vertical dehumidifier normally sits on the floor and has a slightly smaller footprint, than a horizontal dehumidifier, but is much taller. A horizontal dehumidifier can set on the floor or be suspended in a mechanical room. Horizontal dehumidifiers also have the advantage of having the discharge air flow configured to be straight thru, bottom or top.
Proper humidity levels are essential for maintaining optimal air quality in a grow room, but efficiently monitoring and managing these levels can be challenging.
Monitoring and managing indoor humidity levels can be challenging in any type of space, but indoor pool rooms present unique difficulties. Without careful attention and management, imbalanced room air temperature and pool water temperature relationships in these rooms can cause corrosion, condensation, mold, mildew and poor air quality affecting swimmers comfort and building integrity.
In commercial indoor pool rooms, trained employees are typically on hand to manage dehumidification processes, temperature monitoring, and pool water chemistry. However, residential pool rooms usually can’t rely on employees for upkeep, nor can most semi-commercial spaces in hotels and condos; service technicians are available, but their vists are usually infrequent.
Partnering with knowledgeable HVAC professionals — ones that can provide useful feedback, recommend reliable technology, and suggest customized management plans for monitoring and controlling humidity levels — can allow for significant time and cost savings.
Maintaining proper indoor air quality is essential for ensuring optimal comfort in a variety of applications. Proper ventilation and humidity management must be implemented in a range of environments that involve anyplace that the public have access.
For systems dealing with high-moisture outdoor air loads (naturally humid climates, for example), employing a 100% Outdoor Air (OA) Dehumidifier can help manage required occupant make up air, and the overall quality of the environment. While extremely versatile, these units are most effective when ducted into an existing Air Handling Unit (AHU) or directly into the space at hand as a last resort.