Temperature and Humidity Controller Benefits

October 1st, 2015 | Posted by Gary Wintering

It’s easy to take for granted a comfortable environment—that is, until your environment suddenly becomes unbearable, whether you’re at home or in the industrial or commercial setting. Two factors that contribute to the quality of your environment are temperature and humidity. A well-designed temperature and humidity controller from Fogco Systems Inc. can help you effortlessly maintain the type of environment that suits your needs.

Controlling your building’s or residence’s humidity is crucial for several reasons. First, if you have too little humidity, the air in your establishment will dry out when you heat the building. This dry air then absorbs moisture from everything inside the building, including from your skin. On the contrary, too much humidity can lead to irritability as well as damage to your building and even health issues. There is a fine line between too much and too little humidity. A controller helps you to appropriately navigate this line so that you can avoid the problems that come with incorrect humidity levels.

A temperature controller is necessary in any situation that requires a certain temperature to be maintained. This includes, for example, a situation where a particular object must be heated or cooled and then kept at a target temperature regardless of how the environment around it changes. A temperature controller is useful in a wide range of industries for managing manufacturing operations and processes. For instance, it is helpful for applications involving blood banks, food storage and processing, packaging machines, thermos-forming machines and plastic extrusion.

Product Features
Fogco Systems Inc. offers a temperature and humidity controller known as the FOGCOntroller, which is helpful for controlling two zones. This particular controller features five independent programmable relays for controlling zone valves and fans as well as the pump. You can use the device’s standard sensor for applications that require a humidity level between 10 and 70 percent, while the high-humidity sensor is used for applications that require a humidity level greater than 70 percent.

A high-quality controller for the industrial setting or the home can drastically improve the quality of your business operations and even your own quality of life long-term.