Dehumidifiers in Action
Welcome to the commercial dehumidifiers website – here you’ll find info about the many commercial & industrial uses of dehumidifiers, including info on domestic dehumidifiers. Commercial dehumidifiers have many applications through industries such as mining, indoor ice rinks, pharmaceutical manufacturing, candy pan coating, plastic injection molding, pneumatic conveying, archival storage, and investment casting. Commercial dehumidifiers are the perfect choice for demanding and harsh environments where the mandate is to operate reliably for extended periods of time, with minimal maintenance.
Commercial grade dehumidifiers provide powerful and efficient dehumidification & are also often used in temporary office or school trailers or computer rooms. They prevent serious problems caused by mould, mildew, rust or water vapour in your workplace with a commercial grade dehumidifier. Most dehumidifiers have top-mounted air discharge and can be placed against walls, but if you do not have top-mounted discharge, make sure the dehumidifier is located away from walls and furniture, so that air can circulate freely around the unit. This will result in better operation of the product.
Some people like the sight of mould, it warms the inner hippie sanctum of their hearts to see tiny little blooms growing microscopically and taking over a damp spot – to them mould is not ugly, it’s nature engaged in miniature art. For the rest of us, however … mould is not just unsightly, it can be dangerous – not just to human health, but also to machinery, industrial equipment, occupational health & safety, commercial documents and indeed our very livelihoods.
Mining companies need massive commercial dehumidifiers to deal with large volumes of water and moisture underground which can threaten the lives of their staff and the reputation of their company if an accident happens. People with weakened immune systems; allergies; severe asthma; chronic, obstructive, or allergic lung diseases are more susceptible to these symptoms and other serious health effects. People that are more susceptible should seek medical advice if they are concerned about mould. Toxic moulds produce mycotoxins that can pose serious health risks. Some studies claimed that exposure to high levels of mycotoxins can lead to neurological problems and in some cases death. Prolonged exposure may be particularly harmful.