DRIRITE Disaster Restoration Blog

Understanding Water, Fire & Mold Damage Restoration Processes

Controlling Humidity To Accellerate Evaporation

When an open or ventilated drying system is inappropriate, a closed drying system using mechanical dehumidification equipment should be used. Certain minimum dehumidification capacities are appropriate for most closed drying systems. Read More »

Controlling Temperature To Accelerate Evaporation

The ambient air temperature within a work area, and the temperature of wet materials themselves, also impacts the rate of evaporation significantly. Water in its vapor phase (gas) has much higher energy than water in its liquid phase. Therefore, significant energy is required for rapid evaporation. Read More »

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