Specialist clothing worn by fire fighters is frequently getting wet during training exercises and also during real-life call-outs.
It is essential the clothing is dried rapidly, not only for the comfort of those wearing it but also to protect it and ensure a long and safe operational lifetime.
With staff being encouraged to cycle or walk to work for health reasons, offering a purpose built clothes drying room is becoming a valuable asset to any office.
Employees can rapidly and conveniently dry their coats, clothing and umbrellas, without leaving them dripping off the backs of chairs or wall hangers.
A drying room on a construction site is an essential support building to provide a practical way to rapidly dry workers clothing.
A changing room with no proactive dehumidification will soon become humid, mouldy and an impractical place to dry workers clothing.
Adding a dehumidifier will enhance not only worker comfort and welfare but also health and safety, and subsequently productivity.
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