Dehumidifiers to the Rescue: How They Can Help You Avoid Winter Allergies

AlorAir Team | June 14, 2022

What are winter allergies and how do they differ from regular allergies? Winter allergies are a type of allergic reaction that occurs in response to exposure to winter weather conditions, such as cold temperatures, dry air, and snow. Unlike regular allergies, which are typically triggered by exposure to airborne allergens, winter allergies are typically triggered …

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Strict Humidity Control Required in Food and Beverage Industry

AlorAir Team | March 25, 2022

In order to meet sanitation standards in the food and beverage industry, high hygiene standards are required. That’s why the moisture content is so strictly controlled. Mold and bacteria can grow when humidity levels are too high, so strict humidity control is a key consideration for the manufacturing industry. Moisture management affects the safety of …

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Chocoholics Rejoice! Chocolate is a Sensitive but Popular Business

AlorAir Team | February 26, 2022

Chocolate Market Cacao seed paste or block is roasted and ground into a fine powder to make chocolate. The chocolate market has always been popular and profitable. But chocolate itself is a sensitive commodity in its processing, packaging, transportation, and storage process due to the impact of moisture caused by the quality of the problem, which …

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Does Your Home Need A Dehumidifier?

AlorAir Team | December 17, 2021

Do you live in a humid, sultry climate?  Do you often find condensation on windows and glass in your home?  In addition, Do you often have allergies or asthma in your family? And have you noticed traces of mold in some unseen corners? If you have the above phenomenon, your home badly needs to be …

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Proper Dehumidification – Commercial Dehumidifier

AlorAir Team | December 13, 2021

What is the effect of humidity? First, the humidity can cause corrosion. Metal rusts when it comes in contact with water. For example, The corrosion of steel begins when the humidity reaches 40% and then accelerates. Secondly, Mold and hygiene problems can arise. A moist environment is the best place to grow mold and bacteria. …

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Do You Know How To Use A Dehumidifier Properly?

AlorAir Team | December 3, 2021

Did you know that dehumidifiers help treat allergies and other respiratory problems? Because the most significant function of the dehumidifier is to remove moisture in the air, which can effectively inhibit the generation of mold, eliminate the musty smell, make the indoor air drier and fresh, and create a healthy and comfortable home for you …

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The Surprising Details About Coffee Beans That Determine the Taste of Your Coffee

AlorAir Team | December 2, 2021

There are plenty of factors that determine the taste of your coffee and it’s not just the brand you pick up. There are details about the coffee beans you’re consuming, and how they make it from the plant to your cup that can alter the taste of your coffee overall. So what are the main characteristics that influence how …

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AlorAir Team | November 23, 2021

Many reasons can cause the humidity in your home. Your life routine can create moisture, like shower and cooking. And the Failure of the water system, including burst pipes and leaky faucets. In addition, the temperature also can affect the humidity level. There is less moisture in the air when the indoor temperature is low, …

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How To Choose The Right Dehumidifier For Your Basement

AlorAir Team | November 22, 2021

Molds like moist conditions because that’s the best environment for them to grow. High humidity can also be a problem, causing decay and hiding damage to basements and upper floors of the house. In addition, it can reduce indoor air quality and make you feel uncomfortable. In general, the appropriate indoor relative humidity should be …

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Can Dehumidifiers Cope With Hot, Humid Climates?

AlorAir Team | November 17, 2021

Have you ever had hot, sticky weather? Humidity is often to blame for this discomfort. We usually refer to the amount of water vapor in the air as moisture. When the air condenses much water vapor, the humidity is high, and people will feel that the air becomes moist. In weather forecasting, relative humidity is …

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