Frost free in refrigerated storages and freezers with dehumidification
The icing, fogging and frost problem can be virtually eliminated by the installation of a desiccant dehumidifier.
Ice, frost, and fog build-up occurs whenever warm air gets in contact with a cold environment, for example when doors are opened and closed in refrigerated storage. The fog can affect the ability to see clearly within the storage. Ice build-up on floors or ceilings within the storage can present a hazard to staff and makes the driving of trucks dangerous. Ice and frost build-up means that regular defrosting of the store is required which costs the company time and money.
Without dehumidification of the air that is entering the building, through the conveyor feed apertures, will it convert into ice and frost formation. Which in turn will lead to the malfunction of the conveyor machinery and associated proximity, optical sensors. If that happens the production has to stop for defrosting and cleaning, something that can be avoided with a dehumidifier. The problem increases during the summer months due to higher ambient temperature and subsequent moisture content of the air that enters the building.
Health and safety
The icing, fogging and frost problem can be virtually eliminated by the installation of a desiccant dehumidifier. This will create a much safer and more pleasant working environment resulting in increased productivity. Downtime for defrosting and cleaning will be drastically reduced and the working environment will be more worker-friendly.