Equipment failure due to moisture damage has major cost implications for OEMS and machine builders but is easily avoided.
Installing electric micro-dehumidifiers protects sensitive equipment from moisture damage both during and after warranty. They protect your brand and reputation, and avoidable warranty call-outs. When a customer’s machine fails, financial consequences include lost production and sales, scrap materials and wasted energy.
For the OEM, it involves service visits, replacement parts, claims for losses and contract penalties. Worse, can be a damaged reputation, customer confidence and the loss of future orders.
Developed by a leading global manufacturer, Rosahl is an electric micro-dehumidifier. It protects sensitive electronics and photonics from moisture and condensation damage. It uses a compact solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) membrane for long-term maintenance-free drying. It is suitable for a enclosure volumes from 250 ml up to 4m³ (140 cu ft).
No noise or vibration
Small energy footprint
Operates from -20° C to +50° C
For enclosures from 250ml to 8m³
To find out about our range of moisture beating products and humidity control, please get in touch.
- Compact size
- No moving parts
- Solid-state membrane
- Long operating life
- Robust performance
- Reduces humidity by electrolysis
- Lower total cost of ownership
- Fits enclosures sizes from 250ml to 8m³
- Vibration free, silent operation
- High reliability with low energy footprint
- Suitable for hard to access equipment
- Operates from -20° C to +50° C
- No liquid water involved
- No maintenance, draining or cleaning
Rosahl from Westside
- Tens years’ specialist application support
- Consultancy service
- Complementary products
- Proven reliability
- 100% QC tested
Rosahl works using electrolysis
Rosahl uses a specialised ionic membrane like that found in fuel cells, chemical engineering, water improvement and similar industrial processes. It works as an ionic pump to move humidity into or out of a sealed enclosure. When a 3 Volt D.C. charge is applied to the solid-state membrane, the moisture dissociates into hydrogen ions (H+) and oxygen. The hydrogen ions migrate through the membrane to be discharged outside the enclosure where they react with oxygen in the air to form water vapour.
- Laser processing systems
- LED lighting
- Medical and x-ray equipment
- Precision equipment storage cabinets
- Museum displays and exhibition cabinets
- Protecting sensitive opto and electronic devices
- Storage of hygroscopic materials
- Infrared spectrographs
- Control panels
Here are a few ways to get in touch with us:
Call: +44 (0)203 286 8189
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