YMCA Dehumidification Equipment

Posted by Jim Metzger | Dec 11, 2019 10:41:26 AM

kakudmi-5ZlxOhxbXHI-unsplashCommercial swimming pools, such as those found in Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) facilities, serve as an excellent space to exercise and play. However, the high moisture levels often found in these areas necessitate the use of specialized dehumidification equipment to prevent excessive humidity, temperature levels, and mold development. By employing commercial dehumidification equipment, facility owners and managers can better stick to the strict air temperature, humidity, and quality standards required of their facilities.

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What to Consider When Heating Indoor Swimming Pool Water

Posted by Jim Metzger | Feb 28, 2019 12:56:28 PM

Indoor pools add value and year-round enjoyment to your property, whether you have one in your hotel, gym, spa, or private residence. Maintaining appropriate water temperature is critical to continued pool satisfaction. Most indoor pool operators heat pool water 2–4°F below the pool room’s air temperature to minimize and control evaporation. They are increasingly using this to their advantage by installing dehumidifiers that channel heat from the refrigeration cycle back into the pool room in the form of space heating or assist in pool water heating. 

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Creating a Maintenance Plan for Your Pool Room Dehumidification System

Posted by TWPdehumidifier | May 3, 2017 3:23:00 PM

At the Dehumidifier Corporation of America (DCA), our engineers frequently come across pool room dehumidification systems that have not been consistently or effectively maintained.

High turnover is common among pool room maintenance personnel — particularly in hotels, motels, and other hospitality-industry facilities — but to ensure optimal safety, performance, and longevity, it’s essential to establish a comprehensive dehumidification system maintenance plan that adheres to manufacturer recommendations.

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