Case Study: How to control the climate conditions for insuring the best results of blasting and painting operations in shipyards?
During ship repair works in shipyards, when blasting and painting in tanks are necessary, it is mandatory to insure the proper environmental conditions so that the final results of the operations won’t be compromised.
Blasting and painting as part of the overall repair process are usually done while the vessels are in the docks. The air humidity and the temperature of the steel walls of the tanks are the main factors responsible for condense appearance, which directly affects the anticorrosive protection.
In this particular case study you'll discover:
- How to control the climate conditions in the blasting and painting halls, if you want to avoid the condense appearance and insure the anticorrosive protection?
- Why is it recommended to opt for dehumidification instead of heating the working area?
- How do the air parameters change as a consequence of the dehumidification?
- Which are the main criteria to be considered when choosing the optimum dehumidification solution?
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