As moist air takes over in summer, manufacturers often struggle to maintain consistent room moisture. Even with air conditioning, relative humidity can rise to unacceptable levels for equipment operation and product integrity. The only solution is to add a dedicated dehumidification system to remove unwanted moisture while maintaining a desired room air temperature.
As summer heat begins to fade, air conditioners are being turned down and prepped for idle months ahead. But just because the air conditioner loses its appeal during the fall and winter, don’t assume your dehumidifier will follow suit. While the two appliances are closely related, they are different devices serving different needs.