During the renovation of the United States Capitol visitors center, DRYCO was asked to provide dehumidification in the lower level areas.
The construction contractor was concerned about the moisture levels while installing flooring and other finishing work. Because the contractor was also concerned about interior temperatures, we utilized ArcticDRY mechanical dehumidifiers (the blue units pictured).
As a result of these units, the contractor was able to maintain his work schedule with no moisture related delays, as well as provide a comfortable work environment, thanks to the cooling capabilities of the ArcticDRY units.
During the dry dock repairs of a Naval aircraft carrier DRYCO was asked to deliver highly specific climate control specifications during the resurfacing of the flight deck.
The project required containment, dehumidification, heating and ventilation (pictured) to accomplish successful application of the non-skid surface.
The flight deck was stripped and repainted in sections, requiring that we move the containment and equipment in stages.
During the refurbishment of the Saturn Rocket (yes, the one that traveled into outer space!), DRYCO was called to provide climate control in order to prevent moisture related damage (rusting).
Underneath the plastic sheeting is a DRYCO desiccant dehumidifier providing dry air to safeguard the rocket from corrosion.
Maybe one day DRYCO will be asked to go to outer space? Who knows.
The warm summer weather created problems at an Ivy League University Ice Arena, requiring additional cooling and dehumidification.
As seen above, DRYCO delivered a 5,000 cfm desiccant dehumidifier and a 30 ton ArcticDRY unit to help combat the moisture problems.
Once again, DRYCO came to their rescue. After our assist, the ice was as cold as necessary for the Ivy League University to keep on ice skating.
With high humidity creating problems at California electric car manufacturing plant, climate control was needed. Rather than a standard desiccant dehumidifier, DRYCO installed the ArcticDRY units to provide drying and cooling capabilities.
The two 15T on mechanical dehumidifiers added the right amount of dry air, extra cooling and air changes that the plant needed.
This project ran for nearly two months.
During maintenance and painting on some of the interior portions of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco, dehumidification and heating was used to provide climate control.
As seen, the duct work from the desiccant dehumidifiers and heaters was attached to the side of the bridge and ran vertically for nearly 150 feet before reaching the section under maintenance.
DRYCO can install dehumidifiers almost anywhere in the world.
A water damage occurred during the construction of a High School modernization/addition. Nearly the entire building was affected, suffering extensive water damage. DRYCO was called in by a local restoration company to help support their efforts. A 15,000cfm and a 5,000cfm desiccant dehumidifier were delivered to the job site, as well as the necessary power to operate the equipment.
DRYCO staff provided turnkey services for all of the equipment, including fuel services. The ductwork was run into the building through a fabricated board-up and the layflat was positioned and worked through all the hallways on 3 floors of the building.