“As many restorers are aware, heat is an element used to warm up cooler objects. The more important question is: What is heat and how can it be utilized in drying? There are three ways that heat can be transferred: Conduction, infrared radiation and convection,” Kyle Herndon writes.
“We as an industry only know how to check these moisture content levels and have no insight into controlling or evaluating the primary metrics that are determining the length of time it takes to get these materials back to acceptable levels,” Chuck Dewald III writes. “Our industry is drying completely backward!”
Leveraging the built-in capabilities of Command Hub technology now included in Dri-Eaz LGR dehumidifiers, the app gives restoration professionals 24/7 remote command of their jobs, including controlling equipment and monitoring current conditions, equipment status and drying progress.
Over the years, many people have asked me what heat drying is. The simple answer is heat drying is doing what you are already doing only using higher temperature air versus the temperature of air you are now.