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Data Center Cooling, Dehumidification and Maintaining Safe Humidity Levels

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Regulating humidity levels is imperative for the proper functioning of equipment in data centers. However, the challenge comes in ensuring that a regular computer room air does not hinder the normal operations in the room. A standard computer room usually has a relative humidity ranging between 45% and 85%. On the other hand, literature from many researchers conducted on the same recommends that this relative humidity should be maintained between 40% and 55%, with ranges between 20% and 80% regarded as acceptable. Causes of High Humidity in Data Centers Unlike ordinary constructions or residential houses where fluctuations in humidity level...

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Swimming Pool Dehumidifier System

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In this day and age, swimming pools are proving to move up a couple of notches on the house hunter’s checklist. Swimming pools add an element of prestige to a property and when done right it not only becomes a place to cool down but an attractive feature too. A pool can be a great way to bring moving interest to your design as the water ripple reflects new and unique light patterns. When designed properly the water can manipulate the light and reflect it. Pools should relate to the most utilized rooms of the house to encourage use while...

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Desiccant Dehumidifiers Technology

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There are mainly two types of drying technologies : 1. Refrigeration technology – refrigerated dehumidification equipment uses a series of cooling coils to condense moisture from the air. 2. Desiccant technology –  Desiccant dehumidification equipment use a dry chemical to extract moisture from the air. Desiccant dehumidifiers are the new brand in drying technologies. Designed for both commercial and residential use. When installing a dehumidification system in any building there are a lot of factors to consider including : The temperatures. The size of the building. The capacity of the dehumidifier. Humidity levels. The efficiency of the dehumidifier. While most...

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How to Prevent The Growth of Mold in The Bathroom

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We all have experienced the problem of recurrent mold growth in our bathrooms. For those who have not experienced this problem it either because of two things: one you are not looking for the mold growth keen enough or two – you never use your shower – which means you clearly have another problem altogether! And this post is clearly not for you. Mold growth in the bathroom is one of the most common problems faced in the house, surprisingly it is one of the easiest to prevent and get rid of. In this post we are mainly going to...

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Basement Floor Drying Solution

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Any homeowner with a home with a basement has encountered the damp basement problem. A damp basement is caused by problems in water drying from the basement wall or the floor. Water in the basement floor and walls can be as a result of: Rainwater, groundwater, or melting snow water saturating the soil around the house foundation and leaking into the basement. The other source is internal humidity condensing on the cold basement floor and walls or leaks in the internal house piping in the basement. It is important to first identify the cause of moisture in the basement. This...

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