The Application of Dehumidifier in the Army27 Sep
The military needs to operate in a variety of different environments. Some emergencies may cause the equipment, clothes, and uniforms to get wet, which can lead to complications such as:
●Uniforms and equipment may be damaged, deteriorate, and their performance and durability may be compromised.
●The appearance of equipment and uniforms can be affected by mold and bacteria, affecting their compliance.
●Uniforms may develop unpleasant odors.
●The morale of the unit may be negatively affected.
●Increased operating costs, and reduction of equipment availability.
Due to the nature of the work done by service members, some of the various uniforms, clothing, and equipment used in military, paramilitary, and emergency services are often at risk of getting wet. In addition, the challenging operating environment makes it difficult to dry the uniforms and equipment immediately and thoroughly.
Storing uniforms and equipment in an enclosed space without properly drying them can lead to mold and bacteria growth, meaning that the appearance and specifications of these expensive materials will be affected. Excessive moisture can inhibit the durability and integrity of the materials, and can create an unpleasant odor that will negatively impact the servicemember wearing the garments, and potentially even all of those who work in close contact with that individual.
Keeping uniforms and equipment in a humid environment for long periods of time can cause them to become moldy, smelly, and can diminish their quality. As the saying goes, prevention is better than a cure. Installing a Uni-P Dry dehumidifier can eliminate humidity problems once and for all. These dehumidifiers can keep the humidity in the storage room below 65% and the temperature below 20℃, providing a storage environment free of bacteria and mold.