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Heat Drying Equipment for Disaster Restoration
Dealing with water damage can be a big job. Whether the result of a natural disaster or something like a burst pipe, water in a home or business can quickly wreak havoc quickly. With the right heat drying equipment, however, you can significantly speed the drying process, prevent further damage and possibly reverse some of the damaging effects of moisture, while also reducing the amount of material needing to be removed.
There are numerous drying approaches that can implemented to address moisture resulting from flood damage, but heat drying has a few advantages over other approaches. It promotes rapid evaporation by increasing the energy delivered to the wet materials. In fact, evaporation does not occur without energy(heat). Forced-air heat drying systems are an excellent way to deliver large amounts of energy to dry a structure faster than traditional dehumidification. Our heat drying equipment is capable of removing 377 lbs of moisture an hour at full saturation with just one piece of equipment! Shop our complete selection of heat drying equipment for water damage restoration online today.
Or if you are dealing with a flood situation and not sure what to do next, get in touch with Thermal Flow Technologies today. You can contact us either online or by phone at 833-401-3569 to learn more about our industrial heaters and other heat drying equipment.
Get Quick Results with Heat Drying Equipment
One major reason that many use a heat drying approach is that it works swiftly. Forced heat will quickly evaporate the remaining moisture post-flood while simultaneously removing it from the structure. This is important because the longer moisture sits, the more damage it can do. From weakening structures, to creating mold and other issues, water can cause a lot of damage even in a small amount. There are a few ways to approach heat drying and some options are better for different spaces.
Getting Heat Drying Right: Finding the Right Equipment
If you are working with a structure that is more open and air can flow freely, a forced air heating system is probably the best approach. This is going to be one of the fastest options for drying out a space and, if needed, moisture can be vented outside the structure to prevent condensation. On the other hand, in an enclosed heat drying environment, electric heaters can offer a heat drying solution provided it is used in conjunction with dehumidifiers, or a vapor vent to evacuate moisture.
In addition to heaters, you will want to make sure you have all the air movers, moisture meters, dehumidifiers, and everything else you might need. A little planning before you get started can save lots of time and prevent you from needing multiple treatments to get the job done. Essentially, you want to make sure you have enough air movers, heaters, and moisture meters to heat the entire space up to the requisite temperatures and maintain that heat until the moisture is gone.
Contact Us to Learn More About Our Heat Drying Equipment
At Thermal Flow Technologies, we have put together an extensive collection of heat drying equipment, designed to meet a variety of needs. Plus, if you need help figuring out what you need, our team is here to help. We can even demonstrate how to use different equipment and train you and your team on effective heat drying tactics.
From small projects, to massive spaces, we have you covered with:
- Commercial dehumidifiers
- Air movers of different sizes
- Electric heaters
- Air scrubbers
- Moisture monitoring equipment
Whatever you need for your disaster restoration project, we can provide it and make sure you get it in a timely manner. Contact us today either online or by phone at 833-401-3569 to learn more about our industrial heaters and equipment.