Ground, Naval and Flying equipment and systems benefit greatly from the Munters “Dry Air Method”.
Dry air is used to completely envelop the materiel, or if that is not possible, is injected into critical areas within the total system or object. The Munters “Dry Air Method” can be applied to stored items and objects as well as to active equipment that is used daily.
Studies by the Swedish Defense Materiel Administration (FMV) and the U.S. Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve have shown that investments to control the humidity levels in and around weapon systems pay themselves back within months, through reduced maintenance costs and higher availability.
Typical ground equipment applications include storage of main battle tanks and armored and non-armored vehicles in “Controlled Humidity Environments” (CHE), active dehumidification of the same equipment in storage at the barracks or during deployment, protection of mobile shelters and containers, protection of items such as goggles, sensors, radar systems, launchers, command and control posts, stored ammunition in magazines or containers, etc. In some cases Munters supplies equipment that can be carried and integrated into weapon systems and objects, including a shock and vibration proof dehumidifier that can be mounted into truck mounted shelters and containers.
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