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Does air flow matter when drying screed?

When drying an environment air flow is imperative to be able to move the damp air out of the environment.

Dry air acts as a sponge, when it is dry it is very efficient at collecting moisture from its surroundings, however when it has become saturated it offers no further removal.

Using fans throughout a dwelling enables the ability to move saturated air towards the dehumidifiers which remove the moisture. Drier air recirculates over the screed and encourages the screed to give up more moisture.

With the use of ForceDry’s equipment we are able to more efficiently wick away the water from the surface that has been drawn out of the screed using our boilers, move the moisture away using the fans and capture it using our dehumidifiers.