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What Is Chemical Processing?

Chemical processing industries are those industries which use raw materials and force them to undergo any chemical process or change to create a new finished product. These are different than physical processing because there was a change in chemical composition of the original material. The most common, large umbrella industries are petrochemical industries, petroleum industries, and chemical industries. These can include both organic and inorganic materials, per the distinct industry discussed.


Common Chemical Processes

Within the world, there are a very large, overwhelming number of chemical processes that are conducted everyday. Some of the most basic functions of our daily lives are based off of these chemical processes. The most common of these are:

 - Adhesives

 - Biochemical engineering

 - Cement

 - Ceramics

 - Coal

 - Paper

 - Plastics

 - Radioactive waste management

 - Water softening


While each of these seem to be completely different from each other, they have two things in common, the first of which is a complex chemical process that creates an end product. The second, is the need for chemical processing humidity control.


Dangers of Humidity and Moisture

They based every chemical process on a very precise and exact balance of environmental and process factors. Any deviation from that balance, and the end product will not meet satisfactory requirements. One of the most important factors to take into consideration with these processes is the climate. It includes the temperature, humidity, and moisture in the air. Humidity can have a very corrosive and destructive power in chemical processes, as it alters the ability of each of the materials and pieces of the equation to degrade or become less efficient. To maintain a healthy environment for chemical processes, chemical processing humidity control is necessary.


Dehumidifying Systems

In order to maintain the climate control necessary to conduct these complex chemical processes, you must have a system of dehumidifiers in place. This involves drying the air, minimizing the heat created by climate control systems, dealing with the moisture created by climate control systems, monitoring of condensation formations, and controlling steam production. This can be a very complex system, with a chain of events and products used to ensure that nothing damages or otherwise interferes with the chemical process as it is designed to operate.



Because this process can be very complex and complicated, you must use a climate control system company that you can trust. Dehum uses the latest technology combined with years of expertise to bring you the very best in chemical processing humidity control for any chemical process that you may be undergoing.



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