Water treatment plant humidity problems: Proper control kills corrosion, cuts costs

Sep 26th, 2018

Humidity in water treatment plants causes costly issues such as pipe corrosion and safety hazards. This is a significant issue in water treatment plants throughout the Midwest, due to the use of cool ground water coupled with humid weather. However, dehumidification offers a cost-effective solution. In this white paper, Adams County Water District shares its story of using Quest dehumidifiers to solve its humidity issue. A Quest expert provides insight into the problems other facilities face and how humidity control can prevent corrosion and save money for municipalities and water districts.

This white paper is sponsored by Quest Dehumidifiers.

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