Present humidity and desired humidity are defined as %RH which means as a percentage of the total volume of the air. This has to be converted into absolute humidity, which means real amount of moisture content in terms of grams per each cubic meter. The difference of the present humidity level and the desired humidity level is the amount of water to be removed.
Note:The calculation is true to the best of our knowledge at the time of development and we bear no contractual obligations whatsoever for the results or the calculation method.
Brief explanation of the input fields are given below
a. Present temperature (°C) is the normal working temperature of the area in degree centigrade
b. Present humidity is the humidity level measured in %RH. You can measure the same using a hygrometer or humidity data logger
c. Desired humidity is the humidity level to be achieved after installation of the de humidifier.
d. Room size has to be given is meters or if you know the volume, you can input the volume in cubic meters.
Type of dehumidifiers:
We are undertaking supply, installation, testing and commissioning of various types of dehumidifiers manufactured by Trotec, Germany. The major categories are listed below:
Dehumidifiers for cold rooms
These are used for walk in freezers, cold rooms etc. desiccant types are generally used for such low temperature environment.
Dehumidifiers for warehouses
Warehouses for storage of medicines, food, vegetables, tobacco etc. need high capacity dehumidifiers
Dehumidifiers for swimming pools
Swimming pools generate huge amount of humidity and needs special dehumidifiers of high capacity.
Dehumidifiers for homes and offices
These are sleek, stylish models of small to medium range of capacity machines. There are numerous models to suit your ambience.
Various industries require controlled humidity during the manufacturing process and storage. These are high capacity machines.