Graham Station, Bangor Hydroelectric, Maine USA
Before project engineer Dick Fennelly came to Bangor, he worked for Global Marine, where he used Cargocaire equipment to protect the machines located in the pontoon spaces in semi-submersible drill rigs operating in the North Sea. The staff at Graham was very experienced, but had not previously used dehumidifiers.

Cocoon’s dry air expertise was a powerful addition to the staff’s encyclopedic knowledge of the plant. The installation was completed at minimal cost because the staff could suggest inexpensive locations to connect dry air to each component. The Cocoon technicians made sure to design and install the duct work so dry air flowed evenly throughout the system, avoiding “dead-air” pockets of high humidity.

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