Control your humidity

Companies operating processes where airborne moisture content is critical are discovering the value of Humidity Solutions’ innovative remote monitoring service. By David Fowler.

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The role of humidity in IAQ

Humidity control plays an essential role in maintaining indoor air quality and supporting a healthy workplace. John Barker of Humidity Solutions explains. Possibly the only subject that is creating as much debate as Brexit, but similarly not reaching a commonly agreed conclusion, is what the standard should be for indoor air quality (IAQ).

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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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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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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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