Champion climate – Conserves value and promotes good health
Moisture in swimming pools
Depending on the temperature of the water and the room itself, as much as one or two litres of water condense per square metre from the surface of your swimming pool each day. That means that a small-size pool with a surface area of only 15 m² can produce up to 15 to 30 litres of moisture in the air in the space of only 24 hours. The water vapour forms as condensation and settles on walls, tiles and window panes and allows water ingress into the brickwork. The results: ugly stains, patches and worse still damage to buildings caused by mould and mildew. AERIAL has produced a range of energy-efficient and reliable dehumidifiers, designed to bring down humidity levels and provide you with a healthy and comfortable climate while protecting your furniture and your belongings as well as the substance of your buildings.
Controlled humidity levels in saunas, wellness and fitness areas
Musty smells, the acrid smell of sweat, the musky smell of mould. Not exactly the kinds of smells you are likely to want to smell. But because water surfaces, saunas, showers and steam baths produce exceptionally high levels of moisture that’s often exactly what you get.
A 30-minute workout on an ergometer in a gym produces approximately 300 g of water per hour. Multiply that by the number of people working out at any given time and you have what is not an insubstantial amount of moisture in the air. A 30-minute shower at the end of a workout can produce over one litre of water in the air. Changing and shower rooms are often directly connected so that in many such rooms moisture levels – and the concentration of other smells – are uncomfortably high.
AERIAL provides solutions for these problems. We can advise you individually on this subject.