Schools and apartment buildings
Schools and blocks of flats are buildings that are used on a daily basis and where many people spend many hours of the day.
A healthy environment to live in
This makes it particularly important to maintain good air quality so that it is a healthy environment to live in.
It is increasingly common for advanced control and monitoring systems to manage and control the climate in buildings to create a good climate with the lowest possible energy consumption. Our dehumidifiers are equipped to be easily connected via modbus or WiFi.
Crawl space foundations
The moisture load in crawl spaces usually comes from the ground. If the moisture level is too high, mold and bacterial growth will soon occur in the crawl space. Especially if there is organic material. Crawl spaces under schools can look very different. Often in the form of long corridors where it is important to ensure that a good airflow is created so that all parts of the crawl space are dehumidified.
The FLEX dehumidifier can either be set to a given relative humidity level or to the “mold index” (LIM1) which provides an optimal control to the right humidity level depending on the temperature in the crawl space. FLEX has built-in intelligence and can be connected to any monitoring system both to be controlled from there, but also to feed data on temperature and moisture levels where the dehumidifier is installed. Installation is simplified because we generate dry air on site and the dry air is distributed in the space by the powerful built-in fan.
A 220V electricity supply is usually available in most cases and water can be drained in various ways, for example by connecting to a floor drain that passes through the crawl space.
Dampness often occurs in well-insulated houses when moist air is ventilated in from outside.
Installation is easy as the dehumidifier generates dry air on site and the dry air is distributed in the space by the powerful built-in fan.
Basement storage and other underground spaces
Moisture in basements can either come from the ground but also from poorly drained walls. The risk of high moisture levels in basement spaces is both corrosion and mold in the space and excessive moisture levels in the concrete. If the concrete is too damp, the reinforcement can start to corrode, which can lead to cracking of the concrete.
FLEX and/or REX are best set to a relative humidity level below 55%RF to protect against corrosion and mold. Installation is easy as the dehumidifier generates dry air on site and the dry air is distributed in the space by the powerful built-in fan. It provides an easy installation in existing buildings.
A 220V electricity supply is usually available in most cases and water can be drained in various ways, for example by connecting to a floor drain.
The choice of product depends mainly on the total moisture load but also on the design of the building. In small to medium-sized spaces, FLEX is the natural choice. If there are cold surfaces with a risk of condensation, dew point sensors can be used to steer FLEX towards the right moisture level. Alternatively, set the appropriate relative humidity (RH) level. FLEX Can be mounted on a wall bracket or free standing on the floor.
For installation in larger buildings and in caverns with higher moisture loads, it may be relevant to have one or more REX.
Both FLEX and REX can be connected to existing monitoring systems via Modbus.