Press Release Summary:
Providing temporary drying or humidity control, HCD Series dehumidifiers are suited for deep drying projects requiring dewpoint at 40Ã‚Â°F, while DryCool™ Rental Series hybrid desiccant systems use waste heat for reactivation while delivering 45Ã‚Â°F dewpoint air. Both systems feature HoneycombeÃ‚Â® desiccant rotor sized as deep as 400 mm. Dehumidifiers feature rugged, weatherproof casing constructed to withstand any environment.
Original Press Release:
Munters Offers Temporary Desiccant Dehumidification Systems for Rental Fleets
AMESBURY – Munters is expanding its current production of rental desiccant dehumidifiers for customers around the globe needing temporary drying or humidity control. In 2010, the company sold its damage and restoration contracting service, Moisture Control Services (MCS) and is now offering dehumidification equipment to rental companies.
Munters manufactures the HCD Series dehumidifiers for large scale, deep drying projects requiring a dewpoint at 40Â°F and the DryCool™ Rental Series which are hybrid desiccant systems using waste heat for reactivation while delivering a cool, dry 45Â°F dewpoint air. At the heart of these systems is the company's patented HoneycombeÂ® desiccant rotor sized as deep as 400 mm. All systems have a rugged, weatherproof unit casing constructed to withstand any environment and can reach lower dewpoint temperatures compared to other refrigeration-based dryers. These systems are designed to have faster field startups and greater ease of use to meet the rigorous demands of the rental market and can be shipped worldwide.
"We exited the rental damage restoration contracting business and now can supply these systems from any of our three U.S. factories," said Scott Haynes, VP of Sales, Marketing and Service for Munters. "We pride ourselves in the manufacturing of our patented systems for today's rental market that demands more customization and quick response."
Since the 1980s Munters has been the first manufacturer to lead the industry in applying desiccant systems for temporary drying. Munters has provided temporary humidity control equipment for applications such as blasting and coating, seasonal drying, construction drying, and restoration projects caused by natural disasters including Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans in 2005 and the U.S. Pentagon in Washington, D.C. during the 9/11 terror attacks.Â Â
Munters is a global leader in energy efficient air treatment solutions based on expertise in humidity and climate control technologies for over 60 years. Customers are served in a wide range of segments, and manufacturing and sales are carried out via the Group's own companies in about 30 countries. The Group has close to 2,200 employees and annual net sales of about SEK 3.7 billion. Munters is owned by Nordic Capital Fund VII. For more information, visit www.munters.us.