The new DryCool Standard unit by Munters provides self-storage operators with the ability to control a building’s temperature and humidity independently. The system is designed to treat 100 percent makeup air and can work in conjunction with an existing A/C system or energy recovery ventilator. It controls humidity on an as-needed basis, when humidity levels exceed setpoint. Because all of the energy required to operate the DryCool Standard’s desiccant dehumidifier is recycled from cooling components, the unit is cost efficient. It can process between 1,000 and 16,000 CFM (cubic feet per minute) of makeup air.
With offices in Argentina, Australia, Austria and Spain, Munters provides energy-efficient air-treatment solutions and restoration services.
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