Starting a water damage restoration business is no easy feat. It requires certifications, licenses, insurance plans, and the right equipment. One of the most important pieces of equipment needed is a dehumidifier. There are four main types of dehumidifiers used in catering: desiccants, refrigerant dehumidifiers, low-grain refrigerant dehumidifiers, and conventional refrigerant dehumidifiers.
Desiccant dehumidifiers create the lowest humidity ratio and are the most efficient type of dehumidifier. Storm Ultra commercial dehumidifiers offer efficiency and flexibility at an affordable price. The unit can extract up to 190 pints (90°F, 90%) per day, covering 2,600 square feet. It also has a corrosion-resistant rotationally molded polyethylene housing and a sturdy metal handle for easy carrying.
Cooling-based units are also used to repair water damage. Air is sucked in through a fan on one side and passed through one or more components that actively cool the air. As it cools rapidly, the air loses its ability to retain water in a gaseous state and the water in the humid air begins to condense in the cooling appliance. Using a dehumidifier to draw water from a damaged wall or board is a slow and gentle process that uses the natural tendency of dry air to absorb water wherever it is found.
The X-Power X-830 is a lightweight, portable alternative to other heavy-duty fans that has been tested under difficult construction conditions, water damage and other environments. All water damage restoration companies need moisture meters as basic diagnostic tools for contractors. The most common type of dehumidifier for treating water damage is the “LGR” dehumidifier, or low-grain refrigerant dehumidifier. AlorAir Storm Ultra LGR dehumidifier for commercial use is the best for restoring spaces damaged due to floods, pipe breaks and other water-related problems.
Broken pipes, leaky roofs, cracked bathtubs: these are all sources of water damage that can be financially ruinous and potentially dangerous. As soon as water damage appears, homeowners call in a catering professional with their reliable industrial-style dehumidifier. Ten years of working in this field have taught professionals everything there is to know about equipment damaged by water and restoration. There are many factors that can affect the success and efficiency of a water damage restoration project, such as the severity of the damage and the size of the project, the types of material damage, and the quality of the equipment available.
The pressing time limit associated with water damage is why professional restoration services are essential for any major moisture spill.