Prevention rather than remedy
Airborne moisture is in the ambient air that’s all around us and everything we do in engineering and machinery facilities of all kinds. Such uncontrolled moisture often has knock-on effects on key benchmarks and parameters in engineering and machinery operations.
Uncontrolled levels of moisture in the air end up having big impacts on how much real control you have over the details of what’s actually going on. Uncontrolled humidity impacts direct operating costs as well as the consistency and quality of products as well as processes – and lack of control over important metrics never adds up to good business. That’s why it’s vastly better to prevent humidity-related problems and glitches from arising than to have to deal with their consequences – and all the effects these have on everything from performance to profitability.