What is air drying?

Air drying is the most common technique for dry out. Airflow will speed up evaporation by moving moisture-saturated air, allowing dry air to absorb moisture. This method is inexpensive drying since no special equipment is required. However, it is relatively slow.

It is based on the principal of airflow circulation. However, it is relatively slow and will occupy space to efficiently dry out personal belonging such as fabrics and paper. However, a faster result can be achieved using floor fans, exhaust fans, or industrial fans that will circulate larger volumes of air Air drying is the oldest and most common technique for dry out processes.

The simplest way to air dry a room would be to keep doors and windows open, allowing fresh air circulation. Air drying is considered an inexpensive drying method since no special equipment is required. Airflow will speed up evaporation by moving moisture-saturated air, allowing dry air to absorb moisture.
 

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