Humidity Control Systems

Using humidity control systems

Humidity control systems are used in a wide variety of applications, from hospitals to museums to food-processing plants–and everything in between. Providing the proper humidity can keep mold and bacteria from growing on surfaces and serve to properly preserve everything in the controlled environment. Humidity can also remove dust and harmful agents from the air within the controlled environment.

But if your humidity control system causes the air to become too humid, condensation forms and you end up with water collecting on the surfaces of everything in the controlled environment. Condensation can create the opportunity for bacteria and mold to grow within the environment, and the water itself can damage or even ruin the items inside. Yet on the other hand, if the air becomes too dry your ability to maintain the quality of the items in storage is hindered.

Controlling Humidity Control Systems

The most basic way many companies manage their humidity control systems is by assigning the job to one of the employees. The employee may use a psychrometer or electronic humidity meter to determine the water levels in the air and then make adjustments to the system. Some companies do not realize there is a problem until an employee walks into a room and physically sees water sitting on top of various items. Obviously, this can create serious problems for the company.

The DryFog Solution

In contrast, the DryFog.US Humidity Control System has developed special sensors to constantly monitor the amount of moisture in the air automatically. Dialing in the proper humidity level for your storage or usage is as easy as choosing a setting and letting the system do the rest. In addition to it’s ability to maintain precise levels of humidity, DryFog systems are able to maintain high levels of humidity without the formation of surface condensation that happens with many other systems. You need humidity control systems you can trust, and DryFog.US creates wonderfully reliable systems.