Working in any industry, fine margins are what makes and breaks your product and, often, humidity control products are what defines those margins. Whether you’re operating an office in a warm climate, shepherding drugs through manufacturing or packing meat for sale, effective humidity control is absolutely essential.
Investing in high quality commercial dehumidifier is one thing, but it’s equally as important to conduct regular maintenance to ensure that your dehumidifiers are working at peak capacity. Any drop off in dehumidification can prove incredibly damaging, especially in manufacturing.
Whilst we’d always recommend hiring professional dehumidification maintenance teams to handle such jobs, there are a few quick things you can do to ensure that your commercial dehumidifier keeps humming along between scheduled maintenance checks. Join us as we share them below:
#1 – Inspect the filter
The filter is one of the most important aspects of any dehumidifier, and prolonged use inevitably means build-ups of dirt and dusk which can constrain the flow of air through your dehumidifier. This, in turn, can affect the efficacy of your system.
Luckily, you can vacuum many commercial systems’ filters to remove the debris, but every three or so times you should fully replace the filter.
#2 – Clean the coils
Much like your filter, the coils in your unit can become dirty, reducing the ability of your system to stay cool, and therefore lowering performance. Simply vacuum out the coils monthly to clear away dust, but be careful to ensure the nozzle of your vacuum clea