Humidification in Production
Maintaining the right relative humidity is of central importance in a variety of different industries. It has an effect on productivity, product quality and profitability. In some areas, even small fluctuations can decide between success and failure. That’s why companies all over the world rely on humidification systems and adiabatic cooling systems to maintain production.
Areas of Application
Humidifiers are used in printing shops, laboratories, paper factories, cleanrooms, in the textile industry and in tobacco production. Agricultural holdings also benefit from the characteristics of humid air as does the food industry.
Humid air resolves the widespread problem of static electricity in sensitive areas. Dry material surfaces become charged with static electricity, and this attracts contaminants and disrupts the packaging process. Increased relative humidity eliminates this disruptive factor.
Sufficient humidification ensures a consistently high quality of goods. Reciprocal reactions of microorganisms or chemical substances can, for example, be controlled, prevented or induced. Processes can be fine-tuned to one other when drying times for tablet films or printing ink can be reliably reproduced.
If quality is the most important factor, humidification equates to economic potential. That’s because weight loss, rejects and delays cause costs which could be minimised if the air was properly humidified. Modern humidification systems cost little to run, which means a positive balance at the end of the day.
Find out more about the possibilities which humidification with WinCool presents for your company. Our experts can provide you with detailed advice. On site on request!