Mechanical / Equipment Rooms

Chronic moisture issues promote a corrosive environment that leads to the deterioration of pipe, wiring, technology and other expensive and important equipment. These issues result in high maintenance costs and, often, problematic equipment failures.

Corrosive environments are created as a result of excess moisture in the air, or indoor relative humidity. Relative humidity is the term used to express the percentage of moisture present in the air in relation to the total amount of moisture the air could hold at a given temperature. Air that has a relative humidity of 100% is at its saturation temperature. This is also referred to as the dew point temperature.

Hazards of high indoor relative humidity and excess moisture include:

  • Corrosion
  • Oxidation
  • Condensation and Icing
  • Rot
  • Material Clumping and Caking
  • Electrical Shorts
  • Equipment Failures
  • High energy costs
  • High Maintenance Costs
  • Allergy Symptoms – Watering Eyes, Sneezing, Congestion, Chronic Sinusitis
  • Respiratory Issus
  • An Uncomfortable Cold, Clammy Feel
  • Poor Indoor Air Quality

The key to controlling condensation is understanding and controlling the dew point of the air in the structure. The indoor environment can be controlled with the proper commercial dehumidification application.

Controlling the indoor environment will reduce maintenance expense, protect equipment from failures, and promote energy savings.

Southern Climate Solutions will create an efficient, effective, permanent solution utilizing top of the line commercial grade products along with a custom application to help you control your indoor environment, eliminating the hazards of high indoor relative humidity and excess moisture.

Contact us at (850) 319-7489 for an assessment, free of charge.