Dehumidifying Cargo Holds
High humidity affects goods in global transit, shortening shelf life
and reducing quality. Materials in cargo holds such as flour,
wood and paper can be protected using our drying systems,
ensuring that cargo arrives dry and undamaged.
Dehumidification is far more effective than heating, as it actually
removes moisture from the air. Our dehumidifiers require little
energy and will operate efficiently at all ambient temperatures -
even below freezing.
Dehumidifiers in Ships & Oil Platforms
Combined with the aggressive nature of salt, humidity is a major
cause of rust and corrosion to marine structures. It can
dramatically reduce the lifetime of machinery and seriously
affect the reliability of electrical and electronic equipment.
While it may not always be practical or
necessary to protect equipment in
constant use, dehumidification should
be considered during lay-up or refit.
Machinery spaces, empty tanks and
holds, accommodation, offices and other unused spaces can be
protection from corrosion by using our drying systems.
Using our dehumidifiers inside sealed
steel structures is an excellent
alternative to surface treatments. An air
dryer system costs only a fraction of that
used to regularly blast and paint such structures. As long as the
relative humidity is controlled, corrosion can be eradicated -
irrespective of temperature.