Preventing UNCONTROLLED FLUCTUATIONS IN CONDITIONS
Airborne moisture is present throughout manufacturing and industrial activities of all kinds – it’s in the ambient air all around us and everything we do, and is often produced by other processes as well as human activity. This moisture can easily have knock-on effects on multiple important parameters in industrial processes – for technical performance, output consistency, product quality, energy consumption, and much more.
Uncontrolled levels of moisture in the air thus have big impacts on your level of control over what’s actually going on. Uncontrolled humidity impacts direct manufacturing and processing costs as well as the consistency and quality of both products and processes – and lack of control over key metrics is never good for 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.