Ventilation & Dehumidification Systems

Industrial Ventilation Systems

General ventilation controls heat, odors, and hazardous chemical contaminants that could affect health and safety of workers, as well as the proper and efficient execution of the production process.

Denron Hall can help you provide general ventilation for your facility using the right combination of the following systems:

  • Mechanical supply-air system
  • General exhaust-air system
  • Local exhaust system
  • Make-up air system

Often, industrial ventilation systems handle simultaneous exposure to heat and hazardous substances. Ventilation alone is frequently inadequate in meeting heat stress standards.

Optimum Solutions May Involve:
  • Spot cooling
  • Radiation shielding
  • Changes in work rest patterns

For safe, effective operations, and to comply with building codes, make-up air is required to replace the exhaust air. This is either through systems designed to recover energy in the exhaust air or by direct air makeup to the building.

Denron Hall is ready to talk with you regarding your specific concerns. We make the decision-making process easy by providing expert advice and the right solution for your application.

Industrial Dehumidification Systems

Most think of dehumidification in terms of industrial processes.

Pharmaceutical companies, investment casting facilities, and plastic manufacturers all rely on dehumidification systems to provide a steady-state year-round environment necessary to make their products turn out as perfectly as possible. Supermarkets, restaurants, ice skating rinks and medical facilities use dehumidification systems to improve air quality and increase comfort.

Recently, it is has become necessary to use dehumidification for other applications, such as schools, office buildings and theaters, where increased ventilation rates required by ASHRAE Standard 62-1999, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, are required.

Mechanical Cooling & Desiccant Systems

Dehumidification systems generally fall into two classifications: mechanical cooling and desiccant systems. Mechanical cooling systems are capable of dehumidifying air down to about 50 grain, equal to 42% RH at 72°F room conditions. For conditions below this point, the mechanical cooling system must operate in conjunction with a desiccant system, which can provide space conditions as low as 15% relative humidity.

At Denron Hall, we have extensive experience in designing and installing systems to meet the unique humidity requirements of our clients in the New England area.

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