In indoor swimming pools, due to environmental conditions, pool surface area and pool activities, water evaporates and the amount of moisture increases. As a result, bacteria that occur in the environment threaten human health and the structure is damaged due to high humidity. For this reason, humidity control in indoor swimming pool areas where humidity is intense is of great importance in terms of the hygiene conditions required for the users of the facility and the operational life of the structure. 

Why Does Moisture Form in Indoor Swimming Pool Areas?

If the partial pressure of the water vapor in the ambient air is lower than the saturation temperature, evaporation occurs on the pool water surface. Air temperature and relative humidity of the environment, pool water temperature, ambient air movements and pool usage type affect evaporation.