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Dehumidification Systems

Whether retrofitting an existing dehumidification system, or installing a new one, technology exists to control humidity, improve indoor air quality, reduce bacterial growth, or prevent sick-building syndrome. Other considerations include installation costs, energy costs, available space or maintenance and service needs. This page provides summarized descriptions of numerous dehumidification systems.

Improved Single Path

A method which increases cooling efficiency by lowering in-store humidity, especially suited for supermarkets and super-stores.

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Desiccant Systems

A cost-effective method for creating low humidity environments, utilizing desiccant material to remove the moisture by absorption or adsorption. Effective in deterring microbials.

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Electric Desiccant Heat Pumps

These systems use a combination of an electric vapor compression cycle as well as desiccant material. Desiccant material is regenerated from the waste condenser heat off of the vapor compression cycle.

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Heat Pipes

This space-saving, passive energy recovery heat exchanger can enhance latent heat transfer and improve efficiency.

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Dual Path Systems

A system which increases humidity control and reduces bacteria growth; especially suited for supermarkets and super-stores.

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Enthalpy Wheels

This space-efficient heat transfer method features rotary air-to-air heat exchangers and helps lower relative humidity.

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100% Outside Air Units

These factory packaged units are most suited where a large amount of ventilation air intake is required.

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