Large industrial ceiling fans can effectively reduce the temperature of the factory warehouse, but can they reduce air humidity?
Air humidity is a concept that expresses the water vapor content and degree of humidity in the air. In some warehouse workshops such as food, tobacco, textiles, medicinal materials, chemical products, steel hardware, etc., there are certain requirements for the humidity in the air. If the humidity is too high, it may cause dampness, mildew, corrosion, and deterioration of the stored items. The indoor air standard released by the state indicates that the comfortable humidity of the human body is 40%-80% relative humidity in summer and 30%-60% in winter. Therefore, if the relative humidity in the air is too high, it will also affect the working conditions of factories and warehouses. Physical comfort affects work efficiency. Therefore, no matter from the perspective of cargo storage or personnel operation, the workshop warehouse needs to control the air humidity.
The airflow formed by the huge blades of a large industrial ceiling fan is pushed from top to bottom to the ground in a conical shape and flows horizontally to the ground. After encountering side barriers or horizontal airflow from adjacent fans, it is pushed upward to the roof. Quickly exchange with outdoor fresh air through doors, windows, or roof fans, which reduces the retention of indoor moisture, can effectively reduce indoor air humidity, and can relatively adjust the indoor air humidity by adjusting the speed of industrial large ceiling fans, regardless of whether the workshop or warehouse is right There are humidity requirements for cargo storage or personnel operations, and large industrial ceiling fans can meet the function of reducing humidity.