Humidity is a naturally occurring phenomenon that occasionally reveals itself as condensation, mist or frost. This is generally the only time that most of us actually become aware of its existence!
Conversely, airborne moisture is a perpetual destructive force that causes enormous irreversible damage to materials.
It often impedes or immobilises many of our manufacturing processes. As humidity is predominantly invisible, the damaging effects caused by it are not always easy to recognise.
It is therefore frequently overlooked as the principle contributing factor when searching for the solution to a particular problem.
These pages provide a few examples of common problems caused by high levels of humidity.