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Vortex Drying opens second flood house

November 11, 2004
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Vortex Drying opens second flood house

Vortex Drying Systems has opened a new flood house in Morristown, Tenn., to be used specifically for their new Advanced Structural Drying School. The class will be taught by company founder Chuck Dewald.

The more-than-6,000-square-foot facility was designed with one purpose in mind - to challenge and educate the drying professional to handle the most difficult drying jobs that he or she will face in the field. Students will delve into psychrometry, HVAC systems, dessicants, and the drying of wood floors, crawlspaces, walls, ceilings and attics, as well as discussing inspection and hard-to-dry building materials.

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