- THE MAGAZINE
Chuck Dewald is the instructor for this hands-on drying school. The school offers the opportunity to “practically” use psychrometry in a real experience for three days and be taught by someone who has dried hundreds and hundreds of structures to date with the same system, with a majority of the structures dried within three days, Dewald says. Attendees will also be able to compare in a “real world water loss setting”. In addition to learning the difference in equipment performance, the school will focus on challenging what attendees, as an industry, know about water damage.