Ideal Environmental Conditions For Commercial

UnCategorized High levels of humidity often cause internal components of printers to rust and degrade some essential properties, such as electrical resistance or thermal conductivity. Under certain conditions, humidity can cause electronic printers to short-circuit. This may easily result in effects ranging from loss of data/ documents to physical damage of some system components. In the case of commercial printing operations, most likely the most serious problem would be in equipment failure. And loss of equipment can be costly. Not just in repairs, replacement, but also in down time for your business.. It is well worth it for you to spend some time, energy and money to protect your equipment. This situation can be aggravated further when printing equipment is in environments that are not climate controlled such as warehouses or other areas, possibly on industrial floors where other chemical vapors may be mixing with the humidity and becoming corrosive. It is a disaster waiting to happen. Sometimes commercial printing equipment is used in environments with a reasonable level of relative humidity, such as offices where conditions are maintained adequately through air-conditioning systems. If this is your set-up, fine. If not, if you have equipment in places that have temperature fluctuations or swings, seriously consider investing in a commercial dehumidifier. Humidity can also condense inside the printer without the user realizing. This often happens when the printer is exposed to significant changes in temperature. Some facilities (maybe a warehouse) may have significant day/ night temperature changes. Sometimes equipment is exposed to direct sunlight, causing a temperature change. All of these can create condensation and spell major problems for you. The basic measures to take in order to prevent excess humidity that can damage computers and electronic equipment is to use a commercial dehumidifier, choose one that is properly sized and functioning correctly. Similarly, it is also a good idea to avoid drastic changes in temperature and wait for your equipment to adapt to a new environment before turning them on. Relative humidity levels ranging between 45% and 60% are best for computing environments and electronics. So, what about commercial dehumidifiers? Some Factors to consider when choosing a dehumidifier are cost of unit initially, installation cost, and ongoing operating cost. Units with a small refrigeration unit that take advantage of modern heat transfer methods will cost less but are highly effective. The small refrigeration unit also means there will be lower ongoing electricity costs, and more effective dehumidifying action. There is no manufacturer who makes a commercial dehumidifier designed in particular for rooms commercial printing operations. The primary market for them is indoor swimming pools. So, when you are researching the commercial dehumidifiers, know that much of what you find may relate to swimming pools. This in no way means you cannot use the same unit or company to get a dehumidifier for your printing operation. The same principles apply. There are experts at manufacturers and distributors who can assist you in determining the correct size of unit needed for you application. A few factors to consider are ordinary room temperature, level of humidity, volume of room/ enclosure, air turnover rate, and variations in those factors. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: