A trailer unit is parked outside the property, containing an energy-efficient boiler.
This superheats a liquid mix, which is then transferred into the property via a network of insulated pipes, connecting internally to a network of heat exchangers.
The heat exchangers then expel high velocity, heated airflow throughout the area to be dried, raising the temperature of both the air mass and structural materials.
With heated air continually washing over surfaces they dry rapidly, and capillary action wicks moisture from within the materials to the freshly-dried surface.
The temperature of the air mass is key to the effectiveness of our approach, acting like a sponge into which moisture quickly evaporates as it's removed from materials.
This is because warmer air holds more moisture, at 40°c the air can hold 600% more water than it can at 10°c.
Positive pressure is the final key element, which we create by drawing in external air that is heated whilst entering the property.
This allows us to push the moisture-laden air out from the building via ducting, windows and other apertures. We continually refresh the space with dry air that can then capture more moisture, ensuring fast, efficient drying.