Pressure Drying Used as the second step in drying layered structures.

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Pressure Drying

  • Used as the second step in drying layered structures.
This is a service for:
  • Business customers

  • Domestic customers

After a flood or an escape of water, it is imperative that the drying process is started as soon as possible to avoid further damage such as rot and mould growth. When you’re looking to get back to normal as quickly as possible, our pressure drying service can help.

Pressure drying can be started once the standing water has been extracted, as a faster solution to suction drying, where circumstances allow, ie. when there are no concerns about the amount or the control of fibres and dust entering the room.

Utilising dry air by forcing it down and through a hose system into the building’s construction, pressure drying is a fast and effective technique to dry out your premises. By increasing the temperature of the air, the vapour pressure in the damp material is also raised, allowing it to dry faster. The damp air is then dispersed into the room through natural holes and dehumidified before being released.

Due to the use of a pipe system, we are able to fully customise our pressure drying system to enable us to effectively dry hard to reach places. And with the option of adjusting the drying time by lowering or increasing the temperature as appropriate, our pressure drying service is a top choice.

With remote monitoring, we can keep control of the drying process without the need to visit site. This has multiple benefits: firstly, it saves you costs and inconvenience, and secondly, we can be reactive to any changes in circumstance instantly. And with knowing the progress of the drying process without having to visit site, we can stop the drying at exactly the right time, saving you money and unnecessary downtime.

With a 24 hour, 7 day a week rapid response, we can be on site with you in as little as 2 hours after receiving your call.

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    Pressure Drying

    After a flood or an escape of water, it is imperative that the drying process is started as soon as possible to avoid further damage such as rot and mould growth. When you’re looking to get back to normal as quickly as possible, our pressure drying service can help.

    Pressure drying can be started once the standing water has been extracted, as a faster solution to suction drying, where circumstances allow, ie. when there are no concerns about the amount or the control of fibres and dust entering the room.

    Utilising dry air by forcing it down and through a hose system into the building’s construction, pressure drying is a fast and effective technique to dry out your premises. By increasing the temperature of the air, the vapour pressure in the damp material is also raised, allowing it to dry faster. The damp air is then dispersed into the room through natural holes and dehumidified before being released.

    Due to the use of a pipe system, we are able to fully customise our pressure drying system to enable us to effectively dry hard to reach places. And with the option of adjusting the drying time by lowering or increasing the temperature as appropriate, our pressure drying service is a top choice.

    With remote monitoring, we can keep control of the drying process without the need to visit site. This has multiple benefits: firstly, it saves you costs and inconvenience, and secondly, we can be reactive to any changes in circumstance instantly. And with knowing the progress of the drying process without having to visit site, we can stop the drying at exactly the right time, saving you money and unnecessary downtime.

    With a 24 hour, 7 day a week rapid response, we can be on site with you in as little as 2 hours after receiving your call.

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