Andews Dehumidification

FD40s to the rescue! Read how we rapidly responded to a flood emergency in under three hours…

Some companies overpromise and underdeliver, but our emergency response service is truly guaranteed! We can help get the job done no matter the circumstances, and we love showing it. This was most recently demonstrated when The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square experienced an internal flood leading to leaks in the basement. As this museum houses priceless historic artifacts in London, it was crucial the issue was addressed swiftly.

The initial inquiry came in at 4:45pm, just 45 minutes before our standard working hours end at 5pm. Despite this, our dedicated engineers at the depot immediately sprang into action, mobilising and delivering ten FD40 building dryers by 7:30pm that same day.

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Andrews Dehumidification: Your first mate for ship shape renovations!

Recently, a customer in Glasgow contacted us in search of a solution to help fast-track the restoration of their ship – bow to stern – while it was held in dry dock. To rapidly dry out the internal areas in preparation for new paint applications, we recommended a customised dehumidification solution.

Based on the vessel specifications and layout, our team engineered a tailored system comprised of three high-powered KT2000 desiccant dehumidifiers. To maximise circulation, we fitted the units with extensive ducting running to key areas including the gunwales, hull, and lowest decks. All electrical cabling and connections were handled by our technicians for fast, compliant installation to get the project at full steam ahead…

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


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.


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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What’s been happening in Europe this month?


Our Italian branch, Nolo Climat, has been showing its passion for fashion by maintaining momentum from their work at the Milan fashion week in September. Our specialists in Italy proposed a heating solution for an exclusive footwear brand’s showroom, in one of the most exclusive locations in Milan. After a thorough inspection of the building, our FH185 DV models were identified as the optimal heating solution for the showroom and surrounding spaces. Four heaters will remain on site until December, along with diesel tanks that are equipped with a remote level management system that allows fuel levels to be viewed through a mobile app.

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Andrews Dehumidification Hire restores conditions in local city councils archive

Andrews Dehumidification was recently contacted by a city council based in Hampshire who were in search of an urgent drying solution, which was needed for the committee’s archive store. This was located in the basement of their main building and had become overrun with moisture and mould.

A local expert visited the site to conduct a free and comprehensive site survey before proposing a tailor made drying solution which consisted of two DH150 refrigerant dehumidifiers.

As part of our dehumidification hire package, we also supplied the customer with condensate containers which we situated in the basement along with the rented dehumidifier units. We ensured the drying equipment maintained a relative humidity of 50%, protecting the documents from any further damage.

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Cumbria flood victims aided by Andrews Dehumidification Hire

Storm Desmond’s arrival in early December saw much of the UK struck by record amounts of orographic rainfall, with Cumbria and other North-West regions among the worst affected areas. The level of devastation has prompted the environment secretary to form a group specifically designed to consider how best to strengthen flood defences, but for thousands of people, this measure has come too late.

Consequences have been far-reaching and include major disruption to transport systems, electricity failure, cancelled sporting events and even deaths. Pictures of Carlisle United’s submerged ground went viral online and encapsulated the sense of helplessness felt by business and home owners alike.

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