FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

How does Dry Power work?
Dry Power charges the building structure with positive ions (+) and forces the positive water out/away from the building towards the soil (-)

How do I see that I have problems with damp?
Chalk or salt deposits, paint or plaster flakes off, wallpapers peels off.

How long does it take the walls to dry?
Four to six weeks.

Is it possible to install the Dry Power system externally?
Yes.

Does external installation reduce the effect?
No, but the drying time may be somewhat longer.

The granite walls in my basement, can I expect them to dry with Dry Power?
Yes, but there must be concrete between the stones, where Dry Power can get hold and stop the flow.

I have brick walls, can I expect them to dry.
Yes.

Water is coming in through cracks in the wall; can the Dry Power system stop this?
Cracks must be sealed physically with concrete. Dry Power can then dry out the structure.

I have water entering the space between the wall and the floor. Can the Dry Power system stop this?
After the leak has been sealed physically, Dry Power will dry out the structure.

I have Tresonit/Siporex in the walls. Could this create problems?
Tresonit and Siporex often make up the inner part of a brick wall. We install the system so that it reaches into the concrete and dries the wall.

Is there any radiation hazard associated with Dry Power?
No, the system only emits low-voltage pulses.

Is the Dry Power system expensive to operate?​
The annual electrical consumption of Dry Power in a normal dwelling of approx. 100 sq. m. is between EUR 5 and 10.