Humydry

There are two main types of humidity that can affect a home: humidity from leakage and humidity from condensation.

Leakage may be due to some type of defect in a home’s walls or roof, which prevents proper insulation from the outdoor elements. This allows dampness, whether derived from wet weather or from below ground, to affect the interior of the home. Problems with this type of humidity require the affected areas to be repaired; otherwise the problem will never be solved. There can also be leaks that do not come from the outside, but which are instead caused by small drips from the home’s water pipes. Such cases also require repairs in order to solve the problem. Over time, leakage can cause paint peeling, wet plaster, and staining on walls.

Condensation is due to an excessive amount of humidity in the air. This excess humidity can be caused by household activities such as cooking and washing, or even by simply breathing. Condensation is produced when air carrying excessive humidity comes in contact with a colder surface. This occurs most commonly in the winter, when outdoor temperatures are much lower than those inside the house. The areas most typically affected are windows (with outdated insulation), north-facing walls (which receive the least sunlight and therefore stay colder), and poorly ventilated areas. Over time, the condensation of excess humidity will lead to staining on walls and the appearance of mould. Dehumidifier products help control excessive environmental humidity in the home, to help prevent damage and the need for costly repairs.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012 08:39

Unpleasant odours and damp

The odour of damp and the smell of “closed-in” spaces are caused primarily by a lack of ventilation and high levels of ambient humidity. These odours appear in places that are not used frequently (flats, caravans, basements ...). Wardrobes and drawers that are used infrequently may also be affected by unpleasant odours.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012 08:12

Feeling of cold and damp

It has been shown that the “real” temperature and the temperature we feel depend on the level of humidity in the air. The more humidity there is, the more cold we feel. In winter there is generally more humidity inside, this is mainly due to two factors: the temperature and reduced ventilation. Modern or renovated homes commonly have Thermal Bridge Rupture windows installed and gloss paint, these stop the house from breathing which would reduce humidity that forms inside the home. Heating a damp home is much more expensive and expensive.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012 08:01

Humidity and mites, prevention

High levels of humidity may lead to the appearance of mites and mildew. These are harmful to your health and are especially bad for children and people with respiratory problems such as asthma. It has been proven that prolonged exposure to mildew and the spores mildew produces can lead to more severe problems for people in these groups. It is also more harmful to sleep in a room that is infected with mildew – a place where you are exposed for extended periods – than to go into a bathroom that is infected. Another cause of many home allergies is mites and their excrement. Mites feed on the tiny flakes of skin we and our pets shed.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012 07:14

How to prevent and eliminate mildew.

Mildew is a serious problem that can affect your home. In most cases the reason for mildew appearing in the home is due to an excess of ambient humidity. Places that are most commonly sources of the formation of mildew include walls, tile grout, spaces behind furniture and inside closets. In extreme situations such as when you have water leakage or flooding mildew may appear in any place in your home. Mildew requires humidity to grow and its spores can float through the air and infect new areas of your home, this is why cleaning and controlling humidity are essential for having a clean and mildew-free home.

Thursday, 12 April 2012 07:09

How do HUMYDRY products work?

When humidity levels reach 45% or more, the granulate absorbs excess humidity and collects it in the form of liquid in the bottom container. Once the granulate is activated it compacts and when it is saturated it begins to drip. When it is used up, empty the liquid down the sink and put a new HUMYDRY refill in.
Without electricity or batteries.

If the humidity level is lower than 45% it automatically stops working, so it does not dry out the atmosphere.

HUMYDRY Duplo 75g
Eliminates humidity in small spaces.

HUMYDRY Mobil 75g
Ideal for wardrobes, closet, bed drawers and show racks.

HUMYDRY Basic 250g
Is a perfect solution for humidity in your home.

HUMYDRY Premium 450g
Ideal for medium-sized spaces which have humidity problems.

HUMYDRY Premium 1000g
It is the largest capacity dehumidifier.

Over the winter caravans often sit unused and closed for long periods, the humidity that builds up inside can cause stains on fabrics and rust on metal parts. When caravans are in use, as the space is generally quite small and several people sleep in it, the amount of condensation created can be quite significant, which can lead to an unpleasant damp and stuffy sensation. In both cases the problems caused by the humidity can be difficult or costly to deal with and may leave the caravan in a deteriorated state.

Friday, 23 March 2012 10:55

Eliminating damp and mildew on boats

Boats are especially vulnerable to the effects of excess humidity. High humidity levels on waterborne vessels can lead to damage to mats, rusting of metal objects and damage to wood. All of these problems are multiplied when the boat is left moored for a time. When you come back to your boat, sometimes there are unpleasant surprises waiting for you that are caused by humidity. The majority of damage caused by humidity in the boat’s interior can be prevented.

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How do HUMYDRY products work?

Without electricity or batteries.

When humidity levels reach 45% or more, the granulate absorbs excess humidity and collects it in the form of liquid...

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