IN THE UTILITIES WE DEPEND ON
Anyone responsible for utilities operations – whether public sector or private – knows the importance of uptime. Reliable, cost-effective supplies of power and water are two of the main pillars in the infrastructure of modern society. They simply have to work. Levels of airborne moisture are one of the key “invisibles” affecting the reliability and operating metrics of power plants, water processing facilities and other utilities operations of all kinds.
Uncontrolled humidity gives rise to condensation pooling and reliability-wrecking corrosion in equipment and structures, as well as hygiene and safety issues. Preventing such problems from even emerging is much more cost-effective than having to deal with the issues they cause.
Effective control of the dew point in the air means airborne humidity simply cannot form, and you can dial down the commercial risks and reliability issues associated with it.