|Moisture Removal (30°C RH80%)||90L/Day|
|Plug||UK /EEC/America/Japan/South Africa/ Australia/ standard|
|Cryogen/Refrigerant||R410a (as per client's request)|
|Circulating Air Flow||800m³/h|
|Drainage Method||Flexile hosepipe|
|Application Area||80-120 m²|
|1. Big Wheel with handle push|
|2. Two gear fan speed.|
|3. Auto-defrost. Solenoid valve or electrical heating to defrost for option.|
|4. Digital display. It could be controlled both by timer and humidity.|
|5. Rotary compressor. 3-minute delay to protect compressor.|
|6. Drainage by external hose.|
|7. Water pump is for option.|
|8. Sensor fault indicator function|
1. Why do I need a dehumidifier?
If you regularly see condensation on your windows, or damp and mould spots at the corner of cold or rarely used rooms, the air in your home probably contains excessive moisture. If you don't do anything about it, the moisture can damage your carpets, curtains, furniture and even your walls. You need a dehumidifier to remove this excessive moisture before it becomes a serious problem.
2. How does a dehumidifier work?
A dehumidifier contains a compact refrigeration system which makes it the coldest place in the house. Air is drawn into the cold dehumidifier where any moisture in the air condenses on the hydrophilic coils and is collected on the easy pour container.
3.Would I need to run a dehumidifier all the year round?
Running a dehumidifier from early October until the spring is generally sufficient. More moisture is generated during the winter weather. It's also better to start using your dehumidifier before the winter starts; this reduces the risk of moisture soaking into your walls.
4.Are you a factory or trading company?
We are a factory which specialized in produce dehumidifier and humidifier over 10 years.
5.Do you accept OEM or ODM?
Yes, We sincerely welcomed.