Case Study

Andrews Dehumidification control humidity levels for pharmaceutical manufacturer

When manufacturing pharmaceutical products, it is imperative that the clean room allows no environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical vapours. In order to achieve these conditions, the room must have a positive air pressure and controlled relative humidity of no more than 30%RH.

So, when an industry leading pharmaceutical company experienced problems in the form of an under-performing existing dehumidification unit, our experts were drafted in to provide an effective short-term drying solution.

From a site survey our specialists were able to provide the client with a tailor-made dehumidification solution. This involved combining a KT2000 desiccant dehumidifier in line with the existing filtration system to create a safe, cost effective, practical solution – ensuring the air was dried and cleaned to the required standard.

The relative humidity was successfully brought down to 25%RH by our specialist dehumidifier unit, creating a positive pressure in the clean room and making it possible for the customer to continue with their manufacturing process whilst their existing system was repaired.

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