Eliminating condensation and humidity in caravans

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.

When the caravan is not being used it is a good idea to use one or more large capacity dehumidifiers in order to control the level of humidity in the caravan for an extended period. Whenever possible it is advisable to open the caravan and ventilate the interior. While this is being done, you can check that the dehumidification granulate does not need replacement. When the caravan is in use we recommend using HUMYDRY Optimo 450g, since this has a taller recipient which is preferable if the caravan is underway. This product comes with a handy hook on the back so it can be hung and to keep it from falling when the caravan is moving. Using a dehumidifier is a good idea to help prevent deterioration and breakage of cloth and metal objects which may be affected by humidity.

Last modified on Thursday, 06 September 2012 14:31
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