Bespoke Humidity Control

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Process Engineering Control and Manufacturing magazine.

Humidity Solutions systems reduce gluing time for specialist fabric producer.

Humidity Solutions has delivered a bespoke humidity control solution to specialist automotive supplier Uniroyal Global to support the company’s productivity and quality control.

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10 Years of Humidity Control

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest ACR journal.

Humidity Solutions recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Here, managing director John Barker reflects on a sometimes challenging decade and and looks forward to future innovations.

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Reducing the Infection Risk – The importance of humidity control

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest BSEE magazine.

Building services engineers need to be aware that relative humidity plays an important role in infection control in healthcare applications. John Barker of Humidity Solutions explains.

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The Art of Humidity Control

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest ACR News magazine.

While effective humidity control is important for any indoor environment, it has particular significance for spaces housing fragile or historic items
– as well as some items that aren’t typically considered as delicate. John Barker of Humidity Solutions explains…

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Feel the heat

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest OM Yoga magazine.

The volcanic solution to creating the perfect hot yoga environment. By John Barker.

Humidity Solutions has designed two all­ in-one bespoke units, that combine heating, humidification and air filtration, with optional heat recovery – the Vesuvius and the ETNA. Humidity Solutions have a wealth of experience, having worked with over 100 studios in the UK and Europe. The company has access to a wide range of humidifiers to suit all yoga applications and will consider each studio on its own specific requirements and conditions. The Vesuvius or the ETNA fit the bill for many.

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Remote monitoring and service

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Industrial Plant and Equipment magazine.

On some sites where humidifiers are installed, the workforce do not have the experience or time to maintain the equipment. For this reasonHumidity Solutions now offers a remote monitoring service where the control panel is fitted with a mobile connection or is linked to the site’s internet and sends information from the humidifier to a secure cloud data store where Humidity Solutions can pick up live data to monitor.

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Stability at low humidity levels

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Industrial Plant and Equipment magazine.

Humidity Solutions has provided a DT Group MDC1000 desiccant dehumidifier to a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility, to ensure that the humidity being delivered to the space is below 15% RH at 21°C. The product is a reagent strip used in urinalysis. It provides results quickly and accurately for the end user, but is extremely sensitive to moisture during manufacture and before being sealed in its plastic housing.

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Asking the right questions

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest ACR News magazine.

John Barker, managing director of Humidity Solutions, tackles the importance of asking the right questions at the beginning of a job to ensure a completed and cost-effective project.

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Time to standardise workplace IAQ

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest ACR News magazine.

The absence of a standard for indoor air quality in UK offices and other workplaces is an omission that needs to addressed, says John Barker, Managing Director of Humidity Solutions.

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Independently better

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Print Solutions magazine.

Established in 2008, Humidity Solutions, the UK’s independent specialist in humidity control, is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

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Meeting of ancient and modern

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Energy in Building and Industry magazine.

The benefits of adiabatic cooling have been known for thousands of years. It still makes sense to apply them to the control of temperature and humidity in our buildings, says John Barker.

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Taking control of humidity

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest AIM bulletin.

Effective humidity control makes all the difference to the protection of exhibits, as John Barker of Humidity Solutions explains.

Controlling the impact of humidity on works of art and other exhibits to ensure compliance with BS5454 (Recommendations for the storage and exhibition of archival documents) can be particularly demanding, both for public areas and storage facilities. Environmental conditions may also be dictated by insurance companies or benefactors.

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Humidity’s hidden impact

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Modern Building Services magazine.

When specifying ‘air conditioning’ it’s important to consider all aspects of thermal comfort, including humidity control John Barker explains.

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Innovation in humidity control

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Heating and Ventilating magazine.

Humidity Solutions is a specialist in humidity control, combining a range of high quality products with many years of application knowledge. Sales director John Barker reveals more in a Q&A with HVR.

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Indoor air quality – Addressing the standards deviation

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest ACR News magazine.

Indoor air quality is a hot topic at the moment, yet there is no indoor air quality standard for offices and other workplaces in the UK. John Barker, managing director of Humidity Solutions feels this is a serious omission.

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Protecting print with humidity control

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in the latest Print Solutions magazine.

Optimising the performance of presses and finishing equipment is central to a successful and profitable print company. John Barker of Humidity Solutions explains the importance of humidity control.

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Infection control via RH level

Humidity Solutions have appeared in the May issue of Heating & Ventilating News.

The article gives an informative insight into Infection Control via RH levels and how managing humidity levels can have a significant impact on the effectiveness of infection control.

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The Right Conditions for Hot Yoga

Humidity Solutions have written an article which appears in the OM Yoga Teacher Training Guide 2018.

This article describes how providing the perfect hot yoga experience is heavily reliant on maintaining the required temperature and humidity.

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Keeping RH in its Place

Effective humidity control is a necessity for all work environments and is particularly important in many industrial environments, says John Barker of Humidity Solutions.

In any indoor environment, controlling humidity is essential for protecting the health of occupants and the building fabric. In an industrial environment, poor humidity control may also impact on productivity and profitability, so there are strong commercial reasons for taking control.

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The art of humidity control

Humidity Solutions have shared their expertise on humidity control within museums and galleries in this months ACR News.

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Humidity really is very cool

Humidity Solutions have recently been featured in Print Monthly magazine for an article regarding the importance of controlling your print environment.

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How does the optimum humidity level for preservation of arts and antiquities compare to other environments?

Most indoor environments can tolerate reasonably wide varia- tion in relative humidity (RH) – say between 40 and 60 per cent RH for an o ce – without ill e ects. The sensitivity of antiques, works of art and other heritage objects to variation in RH means that they require closer control to ensure the RH varies by only a few per cent.

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Humidity Solutions Launches Versatile In-duct Humidification System

Humidity Solutions Launches Versatile In-Duct Humidification System

Humidity Solutions has introduced the Airtec Hydrosens in-duct high pressure adiabatic humidification system, capable of modulating water flow in seven different combinations to deliver precise control in each space.

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Retrofit to stay RH fit

Many existing buildings lack the effective humidity control that is necessary to maintain acceptable indoor air quality. John Barker of Humidity Solutions considers the options for retrofit

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Taking Control of Humidity

When an existing building lacks effective humidity control it may be necessary to retrofit humidification. This needs to be done in the most energy-efficient fashion, says John Barker – Sales Director of Humidity Solutions

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More Than The Sum of its Parts

To make a print business truly efficient you need an eye for detail, Brendan Perring investigates how pulling together an array of kit could help exponentially boost your performance.

With hundreds of thousands of pounds spent on the very latest profes- sional printing equipment in the UK each year, it is surprising how much of that investment and hard work is then undone by overlooking all the variables that affect the output quality, productivity, and even life-span of such technology.

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Why is humidity control so important?

Plant & Works Engineering May 2016 features the article below:

Maintaining effective control of humidity is essential in industrial environments for both the health of the building and its occupants and, very often, supporting optimum performance of manufacturing processes. John Barker of Humidity Solutions explains.

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One unit for environmental control in digital print rooms thanks to Humidity Solutions

Specifically design by Humidity Solutions to provide environmental control for digital print rooms, the new Eiger unit provides temperature and humidity control plus air filtration, air movement and fresh air from a single unit. As such, it enables temperature and humidity to be maintained at the optimum conditions for digital printers to ensure that the room is kept in the ‘quality’ zone for optimum machine speeds and ensuring print quality.

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Cost effective humidity control

It is well understood, and accepted, that effective humidity control is essential within any digital, litho or web print environment.

At the same time, in a highly competitive environment where controlling overheads can make the difference between profit and loss, it is increasingly important that the humidity is controlled in the most energy efficient way to minimise overheads and carbon emissions. The choice of humidification system is therefore critical.

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Two birds with one stone

As both the financial and environmental costs of refrigerant-based cooling come under close scrutiny there are very good reasons for considering alternative technologies, says John Barker

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Q&A – Humidity Solutions Sales Director – John Barker

Humidity Solutions Sales Director John Barker is featured in this months Heating & Ventilation News publication.

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Q&A – “Armageddon has probably been brought about by introducing my dinner guests”
John Barker – Sales Director at Humidity Solutions, on Kylie Minogue’s company, brown sauce and the privatisation of the M25
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Coping with the British weather not just humidity

Humidifiers pose a unique issue when designing a roof top or outdoor system as the need to prevent the water within the humidifier from freezing but equally keeping the electronics cool has to be considered.

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