Air humidification in the print and paper industry.
In the print and paper industry, in order to ensure high-quality goods, regulated air humidification is essential, as both (...) materials and (...) processes react strongly to changes in air humidity. Indoor air that is controlled to maintain a constant relative humidity of 50-60% reduces the possible causes of disruptions in production and loss of quality. For example, it helps with:
- Reduction of paper distortion, tolerance differences and rolling performance
- Avoiding electrostatic faults
- Consistent paper colouring process in the same colour and customer profile
The use of adiabatic humidification systems achieve advanced, environmentally-friendly air cooling. This is used to stabilise existing process heat during production and achieve an optimum indoor climate.
Here is an overview of the advantages of air humidification in the print and paper industry:
- Enables a consistent quality and colour
- Increases material and process efficiency due to high performing machinery and stabilisation of the production process
- Creates a healthy and pleasant working environment for operational employees
- Reduces operating costs due to energy-efficient cooling performance