How to dry out buildings
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A good drying environment typically exists if an indoor temperature of 20–25°C and a relative humidity (RH) of approximately 40% is maintained.
When a good drying environment is maintained, moisture in the damp, solid, porous building fabric will evaporate to relatively drier air. From there, it can be processed by the...
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