Dry rooms, sometimes called dehumidification dry rooms or are a type of environmental test chamber. Inside dry rooms, humidity levels do not rise above a dew point of 14° (-10°), or humidity levels down to less than 1% relative humidity. They are insulated, hermetically sealed and do not allow for any leaks. Because they are hermetically sealed, they consistently maintain not only a low humidity but also good particle filtration.
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Applications of Dry Rooms
Dry rooms are most commonly used in: the fabrication of medical devices, lithium battery manufacturing, automotive hybrid manufacturing and pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging.
There, the goal of dry rooms is to provide a space in which manufacturers can create products or lab workers can conduct research and testing under highly controlled conditions. More specifically, customers purchase dry rooms so that they can create products and do their research free from the perils of moisture, which can be extreme in these situations. Moisture can do anything from degrade medicine to cause dangerous chemical reactions.
Dry room manufacturers can design their products to meet the needs of projects large and small. In fact, manufacturers often construct dry rooms as modular buildings, so they are easy to customize for any application. To learn more, talk over your specifications with a reliable and experienced manufacturer.