High Temperature Drying
Fastest way to dry out wet structures and KILLS MOLD Too
High Temperature DRYING is the fastest way to dry in the Industry Today! DRYING 5 times FASTER than today’s current methods. High Temperature Heat Drying process is raising the ambient air temperature between 105F and 135F with electric heaters; then using high-grade industrial fans for air movement and vapor removal. Our process represents a Super-Fast way to implement a new understanding of the Science of Drying that will allow us, “Your Heat Treatment Experts” to dry wet structures at least five times as fast as ever before! “Your Heat Treatment Experts” will completely dry Class 1 and 2 water losses involving up to 4,000 sq. ft. in just several (6-8) hours or faster! Class 3 and 4 losses will take longer to dry, less than 24 hours, but will still dry dramatically faster than conventional drying systems, 5-7 days using just fans and dehumidifiers. While KILLING MOLD QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY. Dr. Moon presented the approximate upper limit for survival of mold fungi at 132-140 F.
The acronym of HAT is used for teaching drying – Humidity, Airflow and Temperature. These three elements make up what is called the drying pie. Increasing any of the “slices” would decrease the need for the others. The inverse would be true, as well.
Humidity and Airflow seem to get the most attention. Temperature control is usually limited to keeping the temperature in optimum range for dehumidifiers and the comfort of the occupants, but when properly applied, temperature, in the form of heat energy, can a very effective drying tool.
Raising the temperature (applying energy or heat) to the surface will have a much greater effect on the evaporation potential then lowering the grains (vapor pressure) in the air. If you want to dry structures faster, start using the High Temperature Drying process today.
For mold and other microbes, “YOUR HEAT TREATMENT EXPERTS” require that temperatures throughout the treatment area reach 120 to 135 degrees Fahrenheit and remain at or above those temperatures for a minimum of six to eight hours. “YOUR HEAT TREATMENT EXPERTS” may vary temperatures and durations based on the level of contamination, moisture present, and complexity of the structure.