Eliminate Condensation and Ice
A common problem with cold stores and freezers is the build up of ice and condensation. Achieve a cold store without ice, improve product quality and reduce the risk of accidents using dehumidification
Desiccant dehumidifiers contain no refrigerant gas, CFC's or HCFC's and so has a lower environmental impact.
Dehumidification can be achieved through two processes. Desiccant and Mechanical (refrigerant). Find out why desiccant dehumidification is better for the environment.
Ice build up is caused when moist air enters the cold store. Sometimes there can be thin layers of ice which has the appearance of snow. When the moist air comes in to contact with cold surfaces such as floors, walls and evaporator coils, the water vapour in the air condenses to form water and then freezes to form ice.
Moisture typically enters the cold store or freezer during door opening times.