Dehumidifier Hire

What’s been happening in Europe this month?

UK

We knew last month had been a good one, but it has since come to light that it was our best December on record from a revenue perspective! Britain experienced snowfall, ice and bitter temperatures – and it’s fair to say our clients were cold. Although we didn’t have a choice in the weather, our loyal customers chose us to provide temporary heating units. We’ve always made it our target to provide a high level of service and deliver during sleet, snow, or shine, and that’s exactly what we did!

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What’s been happening in Europe this Month? (World Cup Edition)

UK

In the UK, it is our social media channels that have been receiving the plaudits! Out of our amazing line-up, we have awarded the golden boot to our TikTok page – after recently going viral and hitting more than 100k views in one video! Click the hyperlinks below and make sure you follow us on all channels! We are on LinkedIn, Facebook, TikTok, and Twitter.

Italy

In Italy, our colleagues at Nolo Climat have finally let one of our newest players off the bench to make their debut. We are of course referring to our new submersible pumps, and it is with great delight that we announce that some of these are now out on hire! Quite fittingly, a sporting association needed to move water from one pond to another, prompting an enquiry and our first official pump order.

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Product of the Month – December

DH150 Refrigerant Dehumidifier

Our DH150 refrigerant dehumidifiers are economical, portable, and incredibly easy to use. The unit is a firm favourite among customers, with its popularity stemming from a high extraction rate and cost-effective functionality – traits that will always be looked upon favourably by those who hire dryers from us!

As a high-capacity dehumidifier, it is capable of drying large applications and requires only a 415V power supply in order to operate. Designed to dry out areas of up to 1,650m³ and control the humidity in areas up to 3,300m³, the DH150 will effectively combat condensation, dampness, mould growth, and just about any other issue associated with the excessive presence of moisture.

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How can I prevent mould growth in my building?

The dangers of mould have prominently featured in the news in recent days, and this is a topic that everyone should be more aware of. The thought of being a victim to chronic exposure to black mould should be a concerning one. As energy bills soar and the need to cut back takes hold, businesses could be at greater risk of dampness increasing.

Ineffective moisture control has worrying implications for all of us, including those who work for you, so it’s important to ensure that humidity levels are kept within a range of 40-60%. Failure to do so increases the likelihood of people developing respiratory illnesses, skin dryness and eye irritation, but can also have an impact on your building’s structure and its contents.

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Metal manufacturer protects steel consignment and saves money in the process!

There is no better indicator of our excellent customer service than yielding repeat customers. As a basic principle, we always aim to stand out from the competition and add value to a project each time we visit a site.

Earlier this month, our experts were approached by one of the UK’s largest steel producers – as has been the case for most of the last decade!

The change in weather meant that moisture levels had risen above the safe range of between 35-55%, drastically increasing the risk of corrosion and metal oxidation. With hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of steel exposed to high levels of moisture, a dedicated solution was required to preserve our client’s assets.

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Goodbye air conditioning, hello heating, ventilation and drying!

And just like that, a new, colder and wetter season is upon us! As the temperature changes, so, too, do the requirements of our customers. Colder weather also tends to lead to a rise in relative humidity – which is not something you should just accept or ignore!

What’s the answer, then? Well, it depends on the issue!

At this time of year especially, we tend to get a lot of enquiries from clients in the construction sector looking to accelerate the drying of wet trades, painting, and other finishing touches. By November, we’ll also start to receive a lot of requests for heating as a frost protection measure.

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Modern portable dehumidifier guarantees economical drying

As a company that endeavours to bring new products to market frequently to ensure we stay ahead of customer requirements, it is with delight that we now introduce our latest building dryer – the FD40 Series 2.

This portable refrigerant unit joins a very popular range and will be one of the most cost-efficient dehumidifiers of its kind available on the market.

With a maximum extraction rate of 62 litres for every 24 hours of operation, the FD40 Series 2 has a significantly higher drying capacity than most other units of similar size.

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Building dryer hire solves hospital’s water ingress quandary

Any water entering your premises should immediately be considered a cause for concern, particularly when the affected building is a hospital. As well as aesthetic issues associated with undesirable dampness, water ingress can cause both instant and long-term damage and lead to more expensive problems further down the line.

And while there could even be structural implications if swift action isn’t taken, the most alarming aspect of such a setback is the harmful effects it could have on the health of people already receiving specialist care.

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Our engineers are on standby to handle your emergency pumping and drying needs

The Met Office has warned of a potential ‘danger to life’ when Storm Eunice hits, with wind speeds of up to 100mph expected to sweep most of the UK.

As a result, a second red weather warning – the rarest and most severe alert – has been issued to cover London and the southeast of England from 10am today.

A separate red warning is already in force for South Wales and the northern coast of southwest England, prompting widespread school closures in these areas.

The Environment Agency has urged people to act vigilantly amidst the threat of flooding, with coastal communities in the south thought to be among those most at risk.

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High capacity heater used to dry out building mid-construction

Although a small quantity of moisture is necessary for some materials to cure correctly during a building’s construction, excessive dampness can pose a serious long-term issue. In fact, high humidity levels can create major problems for a contractor, including delays to finishing and materials being damaged.

Of course, during the winter months, the scope for additional obstacles is heightened by the fact that open structures are exposed to the elements.

This is quite a common occurrence, particularly at this time of year, and we’ve been busy working with customers to ensure the effects of recent rainfall are minimised. One of our clients is currently in the process of constructing a new car showroom and office complex for a world-famous luxury car manufacturer.

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