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Andrews Sykes unveils market-leading humidification technology

03 March 2016

Specialist hire company, Andrews Sykes, has launched its new modern and high-efficiency evaporative humidifier – the Andrews H60. Designed specifically for environments containing archives, high-value art and important documents, this revolutionary product has been manufactured to reduce installation time and decrease costs.

The humidifier’s simple plug-and-play configuration enables instant deployment, requiring only a standard 230V power supply in order to function. Consuming just 53W of electricity per hour, the unit is among the most cost-effective humidifiers on the market today.

Paul Wood, Managing Director, Andrews Sykes, said: “At Andrews Sykes, we understand the difficulty companies face when trying to store high-value paintings, documents or textiles. These are among the more common hygroscopic materials often exposed to dry conditions, which is why our latest innovation has been created specifically with these in mind. If the environment is too dry, goods will lose moisture to the atmosphere. If the environment is too damp, they will gain moisture. Essentially, accurately controlling the relative humidity of a room or building is imperative – and now made easy thanks to our market-leading Andrews H60 unit."

The company has manufactured the Andrews H60 in accordance with all Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) legislation, highlighting the organisations’ continued commitment to using recyclable components wherever possible.

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