Building drying applications
The DryPanel® heats the masonry with infrared C radiation and makes the restoration of water damage easier and more efficient.
Drying partition walls
Attach the DryPanel® to the diffusion-tight side of the wall surface if a partition wall is not diffusion-open on both sides. This creates a pressure effect with which the moisture on the opposite, diffusion-open surface escapes into the room air.
Drying exterior walls
When drying exterior walls, a timed operation is necessary, provided that the outer side is open to diffusion. In this way, you avoid displacement of moisture into deeper layers of the wall. You will achieve the best results with switch-off cycles in which the displaced moisture can balance itself out again.
Drying door and window reveals
Supplement for insulation drying
With insulation drying using the compressed air method, the compressed air blown in escapes again between the screed and the masonry. The moisture thus reaches the base area of the masonry. With the DryPanel® BT300 in the base mounting you counteract this effect.
Flexible mounting options
Base mounting with feet
Fix the two feet to the frame structure easily and without tools using the knurled screws supplied.
In secured areas, simply fasten the DryPanel® to the seam of the frame construction with a nail. For non-secured areas, a screw connection is made between DryPanel® and masonry using mounting brackets.
Mounting with telescopic rods
Fasten the knurled screws to the frame of the DryPanel® using mounting clamps. The mounting clamps can be connected to telescopic rods and are particularly gentle on walls. Optimal for smaller water damages.
Establish a firm screw connection between DryPanel® and the ceiling by means of mounting brackets. Important: Ensure sufficient rear ventilation of the devices in the process.