Dehumidification

This guideline is useful for all customers interested in air drying solutions. It provides information how to handle with excessive humidity in the air that can cause undesirable effects.
  • Methods of dehumidifying

    Methods of dehumidifying

    Air dehumidifying is a process that consists in decreasing the contents of steam contained in the air. Air can be dehumidified in several ways: by heating up and ventilating, by use of condensation or adsorption dehumidifiers.
  • How it works? The operating principle of condensation dehumidifiers

    How it works? The operating principle of condensation dehumidifiers

    The compressor cooling system is the most important part of the condensation dehumidifiers. It allows for condensing the steam and lowering water contents in the air. At the heart of the cooling system...
  • How to choose a dehumidifier?

    How to choose a dehumidifier?

    The simplest and the least precise way to determine the dryer’s efficiency is by choosing it according to your room’s cubic capacity. It is recommended, that an hourly air flow through the device is at least 3,5 times higher than the total volume of the room...
  • Manner of using dehumidifiers

    Manner of using dehumidifiers

    The main operation principles of compressor-based condensation dryers and adsorptive dehumidifiers. Manner of using dehumidfiers.
  • The construction of condensation dehumidifier

    The construction of condensation dehumidifier

    The condensation dryers market includes numerous devices that differ in construction and applications. However, the basic principle stays the same. There are several types of condensation dryers, depending on their construction...
  • What is air drying?

    What is air drying?

    Air drying is a process of decreasing the amount of steam in the air using appropriate methods. The humidity can be directly removed from the air by...
  • Where to use dehumidifiers and why?

    Where to use dehumidifiers and why?

    Excessive air humidity can cause undesirable effects, such as feeling unwell, sicknesses, material losses and increased hazard of workplace accidents. They can all be counteracted by reducing the amount of water in the air.
  • My neighbour has flooded my flat - what shall I do? How to dry damp walls?

    My neighbour has flooded my flat - what shall I do? How to dry damp walls?

    If you have ever been flooded by a neighbour or a riser pipe has burst, you are well familiar with the consequences of such an occurrence. Firstly – damage to the flat, i.e. wet walls and the omnipresent, unpleasant smell of dampness.
  • Methods of preventing dampness. How to avoid fungi and moulds in the flat?

    Methods of preventing dampness. How to avoid fungi and moulds in the flat?

    According to experts, the average level of humidity in the flat should range from 45% to 55%. Each deviation from this standard may cause discomfort. Too low a level of humidity makes...
  • How to handle wet plaster? What can be done to speed up renovation works

    How to handle wet plaster? What can be done to speed up renovation works

    For bricklayers, plasterer and painters the autumn/winter season is full of challenges. Progress of many jobs depends on the weather conditions which, as we know, can be very changeable at this time of year. However, despite low temperatures...
  • Construction work in winter - how to fight damp patches on the walls

    Construction work in winter - how to fight damp patches on the walls

    The case of Hubert living in a Poznań area town shows that anybody performing plastering work in winter can encounter problems with wet plaster. According to construction experts, plastering work can be performed in winter provided that a temperature...
  • Condensation dehumidifiers - frequently asked questions

    Condensation dehumidifiers - frequently asked questions

    The most frequently asked questions concerning condensation dryers offered by Master Climate Solutions.