Excessive humidity value in a domestic environment may cause damage to the structure, swelling of the plaster, the appearance of mould and bacteria growth, damage to archives, books, furniture and other objects sensitive to water contained in the air…
Flooding causes an excess of moisture that can result in damage to the structure, swelling of the plaster, mould and bacteria growth, damage to archives, books, furniture, bad odours….
An excessive humidity value in work sites increases construction time. Indeed, some operations, such as painting and laying flooring and coatings require controlled levels of humidity, both in the environment and in construction materials: slabs, wal…
Excessive humidity in archives or museums can damage materials, books, wood, works of art, paintings, and computer and electronic tools….
Activities such as dispatch centres, stores, warehouses, garages and tool shelters may be subject to substantial economic and material damage due to an uncontrolled humidity levels….
Several manufacturing or processing processes require a controlled relative air humidity value to ensure that treated materials or substances are modified by the water particles contained in the air. Some examples include the processing of paper, woo…
The processes of transformation, maintenance and transportation in the agri-food sector require a controlled relative air humidity value to avoid product deterioration….
Craft companies such small laundry shop, barber shops, bakeries, libraries, flower shops and grocery stores may be subject to substantial financial losses and damage to property due to uncontrolled humidity levels….
In gyms, locker rooms, gazebos and ballrooms, high humidity is caused by users’ perspiration and by the use of showers and/or saunas….
Installing a FRAL dehumidifier provides for adjusting the moisture rate while keeping it at an optimal value in the range 55% to 65%….