DryAir Systems can provide the perfect amount of heat for an enclosed
structure to run effectively. The central heating unit is parked outside the structure. This unit heats
food grade glycol and circulates it to portable heat exchanges. The exchanges transfer the energy from the glycol
to the air which is blown through a fan and circulated thought out the structure.
These are the ideal way to heat
and/or dry structures. Their compact and mobile design make for easy positioning and fast set up time. The system
is provides clean, low humidity, hot air blown from fans inside the heat exchanger. Each heat exchanger provides
900-2200 CFM's which can flush moister ridden air out side by providing positive pressure inside the structure.
|Central Healting Unit
|Primary Hoes, Manifold, Secondary Hose
|80 Heat Exchanger
Ground Thaw and Cure
DryAir Systems has perfected the art of evenly distributing heat
for ground thaw and curing. We have the ability to heat a surface up to 18,000 sq. ft. with a signal unit.
Thawing and curing system contains a central heating system,
primary hose, manifold and secondary real thaw/cure hose. The system works by spreading hose 1 1/2 ft apart
over the area you wish thawed.
Using larger thaw/cure hose helps transfer more heat to the
ground. Utilizing the Smart thaw System, balanced heat is delivered throughout the thaw/cure area, accelerating thawing by as much as 50%.
Structural drying goes by many names including water damage remediation and
water damage restoration. We choose structural drying because it encompasses everything we do.
Drying is very similar to temporary heat set up with one key difference...
we heat the structure up rapidly generally to around 100 degrees. We improve the evaporation rate by adding fans which
moves vapor barriers allowing the structure to dry rapidly.
DryAir's line of structural drying equipment are known as AquaDry.
To learn more visit www.aquadrysystems.com or www.aquadrymidwest.com.
In a normal set up of a DryAir system the heat exchangers will turn off and
on based on the temperature inside the structure. With a humidistat you can set the heat exchangers to turn on when
the humidity gets to high.