Classroom Dehumidification: Because Moisture is Just as Important as Temperature

Dehumidification is a vital facet for improving IAQ. An often-overlooked aspect of air quality, moisture can be problematic due to organic growth and discomfort. Too much moisture in the air can make the air feel sticky while also promoting organic growth such as mold and mildew. Organic growth can be hazardous to breathe for both students and faculty. When there isn’t enough moisture in a space, the air can feel dry and uncomfortable. Indoor air quality is not just the particulates.

  • In this whitepaper you will learn about
  • How does the dehumidification process occur
  • Why do you want proper dehumidification
  • How to achieve proper dehumidification

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