Precision Temperature and Humidity Applications
Quality control is an important part of the production process in today’s high technology environment and usually requires precise temperature and humidity conditions.
For example, precise control of temperature and humidity is essential in the semiconductor industry. Specific chemical processes may change under varying temperatures. Masking alignment errors may occur due to dimensional changes that result when temperatures shift. Temperature tolerances of ±1 °F are common, and even precision of 0.1 – 0.5 °F is required when using electron-beam technology and photolithographic projection printers.
Museums, Libraries & Archives
In museums, libraries, and archives, fluctuation in humidity and temperature can cause damage to artwork and exhibits as a result of the expansion and contraction of materials. Even in an office environment, temperature and humidity conditions should remain reasonably steady to maximize the comfort and efficiency of the workers.
Denron Hall has an extensive background in designing and installing systems required to meet close-tolerance temperature and humidity conditions.Tell Us More About Your Project