Yes. Condensation is quite often a challenge in facilities where water is used for processes and cleaning cycles. Especially within food applications, there’re strict regulations to limit condensation but also high requirements for cleaning. Refrigerated facilities are even more likely to experience issues with condensation. By controlling the humidity/dewpoint of the air in the facility, you can avoid condensation from developing. You’ll even gain the side effects of shortening the drying time after cleaning and reducing the risk of wet and slippery floors, as well as possibly protecting the facility against degrading and mould formations.