Dessicant Or Compressor Dehumidifier, Which Is Better

AlorAir Team | March 23, 2021

Dessicant Or Compressor Dehumidifier, Which Is Better A dehumidifier is an appliance used to get rid of excess indoor moisture and subsequently control relative humidity. Through moisture control, there are numerous secondary benefits that any homeowner can have. Moisture regulation prevents mold growth and gets rid of dust mites. These two are known to cause …

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Fan and Dehumidifier: Which is Better for Moisture Control?

AlorAir Team | March 17, 2021

A quick search on the internet will quickly reveal how there are numerous ways of getting the dreaded moisture in control, be it in the kitchen, bathroom, crawlspace, or even basements. Nonetheless, closer scrutiny will reveal that most of the products being reviewed as able to remove moisture are just promotional products deliberately made by …

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Confectionery Humidity Control

AlorAir Team | December 30, 2020

All sweet things should be completely stuck in the mouth. However, moisture will have a destructive effect on the way, destroy the texture, and make the confectionery moist and visually unattractive. The reason for all this is because candies-chocolate, hard candies, chewing gum, bubble gum, etc. are rich in sugar and therefore hygroscopic. When the …

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How to Protect Wooden Furniture From Water Damage

AlorAir Team | December 11, 2020

The amount of moisture required in the wood depends on the end-use of the wood. It also depends on the thickness and properties of the wood, as well as the average relative humidity present in the area where the wood will be used. Put into use. Regardless of the specific aspects of wood, those who …

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Common Misconceptions about Relative Humidity

AlorAir Team | November 26, 2020

Introduction Knowing more about relative humidity is the very first step to dealing with humidity. However, this could be quite confusing if one is not careful. One of the key components to breathing healthy air is its fresh and clean state, and also the relative humidity. The relative humidity is regarded as the calculation of …

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Why Humidity Control is Difficult in Cold Rooms and Storage Areas

AlorAir Team | November 19, 2020

In order to properly understand the concept of the provision of appropriate humidity control in a cold room or storage area, it would be necessary to sort them out into two broad categories. Active stores Passive stores Active cold stores are warehouses that are refrigerated and they are needed for dynamic storage appliances. While passive …

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The Importance of Ventilation in Controlling Humidity

AlorAir Team | November 12, 2020

The concept of ventilation in relation to humidity Ventilation basically works on the basis of introducing outdoor air indoors in a bid to improve the quality of air, regulate temperature, humidity levels, and also air pressure. We need fresh air to breathe but unfortunately, the world we live in hardly affects that. Oftentimes, we find ourselves in poorly ventilated rooms which would …

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The Health Risks of Excess Moisture and Mold

AlorAir Team | October 14, 2020

Surplus moisture gives the ideal conditions for microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses so that they can exist, grow, and do well. Moisture however is a common factor in the home which cannot be completely eliminated as it is produced during normal household activities such as cooking, washing, bathing, breathing, and the likes. Due to …

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How to Correct and Prevent Moisture in walls

AlorAir Team | June 5, 2020

Moisture control is an often neglected important care package in the quest for home sustainability by the average homeowner. Indoor moisture levels between 30 percent to 50 percent are considered optimal and helps make your home your true comfort zone. As with everything else, too much of everything is bad, likewise too little. Indoor moisture …

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How Can You Control Moisture and Reduce Humidity Economically?

AlorAir Team | March 21, 2020

The summer season not only raises the temperature of the atmosphere but also make it humid. Too much moisture can annoy you and make you feel uncomfortable. The high moisture percentage in the air not only affects your mood but also cause potential damage to your home. The high humidity can lead to the following …

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