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The heat exchanger market of Asia-Pacific was valued at $2,869.2 million in 2013, and is projected to reach $4,747.5 million by 2018, with a CAGR of 10.6% between 2013 and 2018.
North America is the second largest region that consumes heat exchangers in the world, accounting for about 27% of the market, in terms of revenue in 2013.
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Smart Fog Inc releases industries first commercial humidifier with dew condensation control technology which enables facilities to maintain precise relative humidity without the concern of condensation,
Whether or not EPA regulation is implemented, low indoor humidity in winter is health hazard says water advocate and Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne. Grants
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The arctic cold weather brings low humidity in printing facilities, most modern digital printers stop functioning due to the insufficient humidity causing downtime and disrupting production.
November 2012: A mild month in store with the chance of seeing a significant storm, however overall should be mild with the average forecasted temps to be around the 50-60F range. There is the chance of seeing 6-8 days even being warmer and also 8-10 days being colder. The month will see 0.5-1.0 in of rainfall along with 2-4in of snowfall possible. The majority of the snow may come in one event for the month. December 2012: Temps will slightly fall for the month but overall it could be a...
November 2012: A warm month will start for the region, followed by a mid-month run into old man winter. Expect the average temps for the month to be around 40-50F with the potential of seeing 6-8 days above that and 6-8 days below. The month’s precipitation will include a trace to 0.25in of rainfall along with the possibility of seeing 2-4in of snowfall. December 2012. The month will be ushered in by some cooler temps with the average dropping into the 30-40F range. There is a chance...
November 2012: A mild start to the month is forecasted and then a quick mid-month cold burst is possible. The overall average temps for the month will be around 40-50F. There will possibly be about 4-6 days that are warmer along with 5-7 days towards the end of the month that will be colder. Precipitation for the month will include the potential of seeing 1-2in of rainfall towards the beginning of the month followed by a snowy finish with upwards to 6-8in of snowfall. December 2012. Temps...
November 2012: The month will start out mild, however it will quickly turn colder with the forecasted average for the month around 30-40F, with the potential of seeing 3-5days warmer and 4-6days colder. Winter weather impacts include the chance of seeing about 1-2in of snowfall for the month. December 2012. The month will be fairly cold as average temps are forecasted to be around 20-30F with the chance of seeing 2-4 days being a touch warmer, while also there will be the chance of seeing...
November 2012: The month will start out on the mild side early then will slowly shift towards a colder month, look for the average temps on the month to be around 40-50F, with the potential of seeing 7-9 days warmer, and also 7-9 days that are colder. The precipitation for the month will be around 1-2in of rainfall. Winter weather impacts on the month will include 1-3in of snowfall possible along with a frost and freeze. December 2012. Temps will drop to an average of 30-40F on the month....
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