10. Static ControlStatic is directly attributed to the level of humidity in the air. It attracts many particles such as dust and lint. Certain machines are especially sensitive to static electricity, triggering operational failure through electrical discharge damage. Materials, such as sheets of paper in a printing factory, can stick together. It can present discomfort or danger to operators through electric shock.
9. Improved ProductivityAcross the board, optimal humidity levels effectively increase productivity, in contrast to inadequate humidity levels that slow production yield. For example, ideal humidification reduces yarn breakage in weaving because yarn elasticity and strength is maintained, reducing overall machine downtime and diminishing waste.
8. Consistent Quality ProductWhen you’re operating a cold store that houses a high quantity of perishables and vegetables, a cooler that maintains low humidity levels, which means these products will begin to deteriorate quickly. Small amounts of water introduced into the controlled atmosphere can replenish the humidity in the air to sustain freshness.
7. Dust and AllergensIndustrial strength humidification doesn’t just maintain optimal humidity levels, it also reduces dust and allergens in the air. When utilizing effective environmental control with micron-sized fog droplets, the droplets smash into dust particulates, forcing them to fall to the ground for collection.
6. Reduce PollutantsIf water sits around in steel lines, it encourages bacteria growth and becomes stale. The solution is to flush the line on a daily basis, ensuring clean, fresh water to be distributed as fog/mist.
5. Maintains HumidityMicroCool engineers design the positioning of each environmental control system for optimal humidification for better distribution of humidity throughout a room or building.
4. Cost Effective InstallationWhen compared to conventional steam, electrode steam, and air/water systems, it lowers initial installation costs. If preferred, these systems can also be self-installed.
3. Less MaintenanceElectronic and hydraulic safeguards have been set in place to prevent any possible damage to MicroCool humidity control systems.
2. Lower Operating CostBy installing cost effective, custom-designed fog/mist systems by MicroCool, that do not require a compressor, corporations lower operating, maintenance, and repair costs.
1. Long-LastingMicroCool employs reverse osmosis systems, which are proven to be economically efficient by preventing calcium deposits from gathering at the nozzle and increasing nozzle life.
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