How Does AQUADRY Systems Dry?
The AQUADRY System is a revolutionary drying system, which can dry structures faster than conventional drying methods. The AQUADRY System introduces hot air with low humidity into the wet environment. The hot air raises the dew point in the structure allowing for rapid evaporation from the wet building materials.
The positive pressure along with air circulation created by air movers helps promote rapid evaporation and pushes the moist air out of the wet environment through a strategically places egress point. This can be achieved as long as the temperature within the space to be dried is at least 10 to 15 degrees higher than the ambient temperature. The result is a dry environment achieved at a faster rate than conventional drying methods.
How does it work?
The AQUADRY System utilizes a hydronic water heater to warm a heat transfer fluid. The heated fluid is pumped through a fluid circulation system loop to portable heat exchangers placed at remote locations.
The portable heat exchangers distribute the air in the dwelling allowing specific areas to receive optimum heat. The flexibility of the configuration of this system results in faster drying and fewer “hot pockets.”
- Hydronic heat delivery.
- Company and portable trailer designs for easy positioning on the work site.
- All system operations are controlled and monitored from the central heating module control panel.
- Temperature control and fuel usage is automatic.
- Fluid circulation systems are low pressure and atmospherically vented.
- There is no chance of an explosion or line burst due to pressure build-up and no special boiler certification is required to operate the systems.
- Quick-connect couplers, “no-drain” fluid lines and a “rapid air elimination feature ensures quick setup-and-go operation.
- Multi-light system operation feature for easy system troubleshooting.