Portable, Air flow: 80m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Silent (43 dB), Carbon Filter
Air flow: 190m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Silent (45 dB), HEPA Filter, Refrigerant(s): R134A
Air flow: 126m3/h, Operating temperature range: -10 °C - 50 °C°C, Silent (30 dB)
Portable, Air flow: 450m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Carbon Filter, Refrigerant(s): R290
Air flow: 120m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Silent (49 dB), Carbon Filter, Dust filter
Air flow: 120m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Silent (49 dB), Dust filter, Refrigerant(s): R134A
Portable, Air flow: 165m3/h, Cooling capacity: 245 kW, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Silent (42 dB), Refrigerant(s): R410A
Air flow: 180m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 °C - 35 °C°C, Silent (49 dB), Carbon Filter, Dust filter, Refrigerant(s): R134A
Choosing the right dehumidifier for your space is important to achieving optimal results. Different models use different techniques that work best in specific environments.
Here are 3 common varieties:
A condensate dehumidifier (also known as a refrigerant dehumidifier) is ideal for warmer areas like laundry rooms or heated basements. It sucks in air, condensing moisture, and keeping the room dry. Regular cleaning is necessary to prevent mould and bacterial growth.
A desiccant dehumidifier is best suited for colder spaces such as crawl spaces, cold attics, and unheated basements. It draws air into a rotor with an absorbent material, effectively removing moisture from the air. Professional installation may be necessary.
A combi dehumidifier combines both technologies and is quieter when in use. It's perfect for frost-free environments like cellars, attics, and garages. But, it requires regular filter changes for maintenance.
Condensation or combi dehumidifiers shouln't be placed in small spaces with a risk of catching fire if placed too close to flammable material.
Choose a sufficiently large dehumidifier. For example, a model that's too small needs more time to do the job, and consumes more power – making it more expensive for you. That’s why you should choose a larger model that works efficiently. Choosing a dehumidifier with eco mode, automatic shut-off, and a timer is a great way to keep energy consumption low.
Choose a dehumidifier with a separate control panel. It saves you the hassle of having to check the unit itself to see if it's working. This is especially helpful when dehumidifying hard-to-reach places like crawl spaces or attics.crawl pace or attic that needs to be dehumidified.
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