Power and Water stations


Dry air and humidity control for Power and Water plants

Condensation, which occurs primarily during the warmer months of the year, is one of the greatest challenges in operating and maintaining water supply facilities. The infiltration of warm and humid air into cooler operating buildings leads to condensation on water-carrying piping and fittings, as well as on all other cooler components.

This can lead to considerable damage to the technical equipment as well as to the building itself:

■ Corrosion of electrical contacts and damage to sensitive electronics.

■ Drip and puddle formation Mold growth and microbial growth.

■ Caking of chemical operating fluids and additives

■ Endangerment of operational safety due to wet running surfaces

■ Destruction of anti-corrosion coatings.

High-performance dehumidification systems can be used to protect operational equipment in water supply facilities particularly effectively and efficiently from all kinds of moisture-related damage. They make a valuable contribution to minimizing maintenance-related downtimes and thus to maintaining operational readiness at all times. Ensuring hygienic and safe working conditions is another important aspect here.


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Avoiding condensation water
Pipelines, installations, equipment and technical facilities are protected against moisture damage. This contributes to their constant operational readiness and protects against high refurbishment costs. The risk of production downtime is significantly reduced.

Condensate deposits on walkways lead to an increased risk of accidents and increased germ formation. Here, dehumidifiers serve to maintain a safe and hygienic environment.


Protection of the building substance
Dehumidifiers are used here to prevent / minimize water vapor diffusion through building components and thus protect them from destruction in the long term. High follow-up costs for building renovation can thus be prevented.


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