As seasons change and temperatures begin to vary from day to day, manufacturing facilities, processing plants and other manufacturers may notice their HVAC system alternating between heating and cooling. Even with the best in-house climate control system, temperature swings can create unique issues. With ambient temperatures rising during the day followed by upwards of thirty degree temperature swings overnight, climate control systems do their best to adjust. While systems may hold interior temperatures, these dramatic swings can introduce humidity and condensation. Because these issues are typically seasonal, there may be a seasonal solution by using a rental dehumidifier.
When the seasons change and one type of weather makes way for another, this seasonal shift gives way to severe swings in temperature, as well as humidity. In most cases, the in-house heating, cooling and other air handling equipment do their job and perform as they’re supposed to. Even if they are performing as intended, this swing in temperature can create condensation or unexpected humidity (think of it as a front developing indoors!). Water vapor can be released from these temperature swings and without a proper combatant for a sudden rise in moisture, facilities may be faced with wet surfaces, dripping ceilings, or condensation on machinery or production lines. In most instances these situations only occur during peak weather (hottest days of summer, for instance), many facilities do their best to manage. But if these events create delays or damage products, you may be considering an upgrade with your HVAC system. There is another option, a rental dehumidifier.
Control Seasonal Moisture with a Rental Dehumidifier
If your manufacturing or production facility faces seasonal moisture problems or temporary humidity issues, the capital expense of purchasing a permanent fix may be unrealistic or just unnecessary. Many facilities turn to a temporary rental dehumidifier to solve short term or seasonal humidity issues. A rental dehumidifier can easily be placed at a facility, working in conjunction with the permanent HVAC system.
The cost is a fraction of a permanent install and does not require the drawn out process of a large capital purchase. When it comes to using the rental dehumidifier, they can be delivered, set up and monitored very easily, requiring very little, to no participation necessary from the facility. It is surprising how many large manufacturing facilities rely on rental dehumidifiers or rental cooling during key months to help maintain the proper temperature and humidity in their plants. They realize that it makes sense to use a rental unit (economically and logistically) rather than buy.
Rental dehumidifiers are available in many sizes and can operate on electric or gas. There are many options available and the odds are, the right size and option for a rental dehumidifier is available to solve your humidity problem. If the issue is temporary, why not choose a temporary solution?