New appointment to enhance Aggreko’s moisture control services

  • 19 Jun 2019

Aggreko has boosted its construction division with the appointment of moisture control specialist, Ryan Stanley.

Part of the company’s building services and construction team, Ryan brings his substantial knowledge of temperature and humidity to help develop the company’s moisture control services.

Joining as a Sector Development Manager for Temperature and Moisture Control, Ryan’s experience includes a decade within the hire industry, focussing on temperature and moisture control, where he enhanced his industry knowledge extensively.

Projects Ryan has worked on include protecting armour that belonged to King Henry VIII against moisture damage throughout a refurbishment of the surrounding building, advising moisture control strategies for governmental buildings, and a number of new build housing developments.

Aggreko’s temperature and moisture control hire equipment are used extensively in the industry, and the addition of Ryan to the team means contractors, architects and conservationists working with sensitive materials can rely on the temporary temperature and moisture control specialist provider even further.

One of the many applications that require moisture control include bespoke wood flooring or carcases, which is becoming more popular with high-end development projects.

Ryan will be on hand to support customers with controlling and monitoring moisture levels, which can significantly affect the finish of certain bespoke materials.

Other areas that could require moisture control include refurbishing historic buildings, which have artwork that are centuries of years old and materials.

Poor moisture control can significantly damage these products and materials, again showing the importance of controlling moisture levels within the air and the materials when working on a renovation.

Ian Ross, Sector Sales Manager at Aggreko, commented: “Ryan is a fantastic new addition to the team as it means our service and offering can be expanded even further in the buildings and construction industry.

“There are many technical challenges in controlling moisture levels, and working with Ryan means Aggreko can support with these issues in addition to temperature control.”

Ryan added: “Aggreko has a fantastic reputation for supplying temporary temperature and moisture control solutions for projects.

“We have already begun to invest in new products and training to give our customers the best knowledge and support available.

“I am looking forward to meeting with customers to understand how we can further support their individual challenges.”

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