Defence

Dehumidification within defence

In the early 70’s, NATO organisations began to use desiccant dehumidifiers to protect valuable military equipment against degradation from airborne moisture. This has now become routine for militaries all over the world. Inactive ships, tanks, aircraft, weapons and supplies are maintained in a state of readiness by dry air storage.

This technology provides an increased combat readiness whilst significantly reducing maintenance costs.

  • The stored equipment does not require regular inspection or maintenance, thereby saving on both time and human resources.
  • There will be negligible material degradation and sensitive electronic equipment is kept in good working order, ultimately increasing combat readiness.