Traditional Drying Methods

Water can saturate a material very quickly but unfortunately drying it out is a much slower process. When water gets into a structure it can cause a lot of damage if not removed and dried out quickly. Water extraction needs to take place as soon as possible.

It is possible for property, structures and construction materials to dry out naturally in the right conditions but usually it is necessary to assist the drying process. Construction drying, fire and flood restoration and structural drying can all be sped up using commercial drying equipment. Heat drying and dehumidification are the main methods used for drying.

Heat Drying

Heating water molecules causes them to evaporate. The more heat you apply to an area the faster the evaporation will take place.

SEE HOW ARXELL WORKS WITH HEAT DRYING

Dehumidifiers

Dehumidifiers extract moisture from humid air and replace it with dry air which then collects more moisture and the process is repeated until the area is dry.

SEE HOW ARXELL WORKS WITH DEHUMIDIFIERS

The Arxell Drying System can be used in conjunction with either of these methods. Both processes are enhanced by creating a micro-climate and focussing drying air on to a specific area.