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Dealing with condensation in shipping containers and freight containers: Advanced remedies for moisture
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What causes shipping or freight container condensation? Condensation is the process by which water vapor in the air changes into liquid. First let's look at what causes condensation in Ocean & Sea Containers. Condensation is caused by the temperature difference between inside and outside the shipping container in combination with humidity inside the container reaching dew point at which point gas turns to liquid. The dew mostly forms in the top few inches of the side wall and runs down the walls. Condensation control is achieved by either dehumidification or ventilation. A simple way to reduce condensation is to limit...
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