MANUFACTURING VEHICLES UNDER BEST POSSIBLE CONDITIONS
Vehicles are valuable items, and there’s a whole global supply chain that relies on customers receiving their new vehicles in prime condition. If they aren’t built, transported and stored with an eye to effective protection from the effects of uncontrolled humidity, there can be expensive consequences. You might be confronted with:
- Corrosion damage from salt water exposure during transport
- Humidity-related damage to vehicles and other associated equipment
- Higher service and maintenance costs for all kinds of vehicles
- Shorter vehicle service life, higher operating costs and lower return on investment for vehicle fleets of all kinds
- Reduced asset value and operational readiness, as well as poorer customer satisfaction ratings
Controlled humidity means less risk
of vehicle damage
Vehicle manufacturers provide valuable, high-profile consumer items as well as commercial workhorses, and there’s a whole supply chain that depends on customers receiving the new vehicles in prime condition.
Once completed, vehicles and other similar equipment get transported all over the world, often by ship and often in less-than-ideal conditions, exposed to a wide range of weather conditions and operating environments.
Furthermore, vehicles get used in all kinds of weather. If parked and garaged wet, and kept in humid conditions, corrosion can begin to set in quickly, impacting vehicle values and service life as well as customer satisfaction ratings.
Eliminating the problem
Corrosion flourishes in high-humidity, enclosed spaces, and especially so in the presence of water laden with salts and other potentially corrosive substances. And once vehicles and other similar types of equipment are affected and have begun to deteriorate, it’s usually expensive and difficult to do much about it.
That’s why prevention is much more cost-effective than cure. Cotes adsorption dehumidification technology makes it much easier to do away with corrosion issues of this kind in vehicle manufacturing, maintenance and storage facilities by controlling the dew point of the air inside virtually any enclosed space. As a result of the basic laws of physics, corrosion simply cannot take place if the relative humidity of the air inside a particular space is kept below 65% at 20oC.
This enables you to completely abolish with any humidity-related corrosion problems you may be encountering in vehicle manufacturing, maintenance and storage facilities of any kind.
Controlled humidity inside vehicle manufacturing, maintenance and storage facilities helps keep vehicles in the best possible condition, maintaining asset value and operational readiness as well as saving on service and maintenance costs.
And Cotes dehumidifiers make all this possible with only a bare minimum of energy consumption.
How you benefit
Better control of air conditions inside vehicle manufacturing, maintenance and storage facilities
Prevent humidity-related damage to vehicles and other associated equipment
Lower service and maintenance costs for all kinds of vehicles
Longer vehicle service life, lower operating costs and better return on investment for vehicle fleets of all kinds
Maintain asset value and operational readiness as well as ensuring greater customer satisfaction
How Cotes solutions stand out
Compact and versatile – you can fit them in just about anywhere
Built to be tough and provide a long service life
Easy to operate, easy to service
Very low energy consumption
Dehumidifiers for the job
Cotes All-RoundOff-the-shelf dehumidifiers, with add-on modules you can select to meet particular requirements. These are highly versatile, uncomplicated units that are renowned for being exceptionally robust and reliable. Versatile dehumidifiers with add-on modules for extra functionality READ MORE
Cotes FlexibleDesigned for large-scale humidity management in conjunction with process drying – where either deep drying (high ∆X) and exceptionally dry air, or exceptional volumes of process air, are often required.
For large-scale humidity management. READ MORE