Building dehumidification

Some humidity-related problems in building can be more straightforward, as in post flood wall drying, or more complex as in bringing a screed back to its original humidity level. Therefore, it is not possible to propose a standardized dehumidification solution. It is fundamental to offer solutions that modulate on the problem to be solved, on the specific characteristic of the surfaces to be treated and on the environmental context. To get the best results in wall and environment dehumidification, it is fundamental to rely on expert technicians to analyze the problem in detail and propose the best solution for each situation. Thanks to our deep knowledge in building materials, to our technical knowhow and our cutting-edge technologies, at per we can elaborate intervention plans that accelerate drying times and respect material technical requirements and deadlines. Delays in building reconstruction may bring damage to budget, credibility and business network.


  • Screed drying: installation of devices that eliminate process water and bring the screed to its ideal humidity rate before laying parquet, resin floors or other hygrosensitive materials. Drying time with these technique may vary from a maximum of about 15 days (dry air) to 2/3 days (microwave technology).
  • Building dry-out: design and actuation of drying solutions in predefined times for new buildings. By accelerating painting activities also in poorly ventilated environments, drying times in the treated locals are also reduced to just few hours.
  • Barriers against rising dampness: diagnosis to identify the type of problem and build barriers following the most appropriate technique for each specific situation. The following controlled dehumidification intervention guarantees a correct drying of the treated wall, so that it can be quickly plastered. At the end of the intervention, the wall will be completely dried and recovered.
  • Diagnosis and consultancy on humidity: identification of the hidden cause of humidity (infiltrations, condensed steam, rising dampness etc.) through the use of non-destructive diagnosis and the draft of intervention plans and corrective actions.


  • Condensation dehumidifier: the air collected by the dehumidification system is cooled down by the cooling battery of the circuit, until it reaches a temperature below the dew point. This will condensate the steam and turn it to water.
  • Chemical absorption dehumidification: the core of the dehumidifier is a honeycomb hygroscopic rotor heated by hot air, which eliminates humidity and blows dry air.
  • Fan: an adequate ventilation is necessary for a good drying, as it boosts and speeds up humidity evaporation.
  • Microwave devices: specific equipment to deep dry walls and screeds before laying wood or linoleum floors.
  • IR lamp: for localized drying on walls or floors.