Please note the following:
Please do the following:
- As effective as the weather protection is, Meissl umbrella bars or large umbrellas with wind protection walls are not permanent structures!
- Optimized impregnation of new coverings can cause condensation to form under extreme temperature differences.
- If the temperature difference between inside and outside is too great, humidity in the air is known to settle on the surface in between – and it condenses.
- Increased humidity in the room, which is intensified by damp ski clothing and snow on the guests’ shoes in winter, causes increased condensation.
- Furthermore, the floor insulation also plays an important role.
- The optionally available exhaust fan improves this situation because the humid air can be transported faster to the outside
Condensation is a physical phenomenon and usually not a reason for complaint.
- Lower the inside temperature to 18-20 ° C, especially on very cold days. The higher the temperature difference, the more condensation occurs.
- Allow the heater to run on a lower level during the night so that the condensed water cannot freeze to the covering.
- Prevent the dripping of condensation before the end of the operation by removing the covering by means of a rubber lip or shaking the umbrella rungs, e.g. with a broom.
- Thoroughly ventilate the system at the end of operations so that the humid warm inside air escapes.
- The optional exhaust fan improves the situation, as the humid air can be transported faster to the outside.