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- Has the capacity to remove up to 130 pints of moisture per day (16 gallons)
- Provides dehumidification for homes up to 7,200 square feet
- Comes with a 5-year warranty
- Made in USA
- 8" Power Cord
- washable MERV 8 filter
- ¾” MNPT drain connection,
- *drain hose NOT provided
- leveling screw-in feet included
- 19.5”w x 18.75”h x 30”d
- Weight 113lbs
- 130 pints of moisture removal/day (16 gallons)
- 8.3A operating current
- up to 7,200 square feet of coverage
What are dehumidifiers? An investment below to affect life above. High humidity down there makes your air conditioner work harder, fosters stinky and unhealthy microbial growth, and can damage your home and possessions. Goal: maintain relative humidity below 60% at all times.
Most of us wouldn’t try to cool our entire first floor with one window air conditioner. (At least we wouldn’t try it again.) The same thing applies to dehumidifiers, small units for small spaces, large for large. Most hardware store portable dehumidifiers are designed and rated for small areas. Quart capacity is not the most important factor, especially if your crawl space/basement area is larger than 400 sqft.
Our high capacity large space (sometimes called “whole house”) dehumidifiers are designed to manage your entire lower level.
- Conditioned Space:
- Does the crawl space have heating/air conditioning (HVAC) duct vents? Even if there are ducts in the space, do they have vents that can be opened to heat or air-condition the area? If not, you have unconditioned space. If you are encapsulating the area you may consider installing a vent in one of the HVAC supply ducts.
- Relative Humidity:
- Is the amount of water vapor that is present in the air. It is dependent on the air temperature and the amount of moisture available. Cooler temperatures require less moisture to attain high humidity levels. Warmer temperatures require more moisture to attain high humidity levels. It is recommended that the relative humidity in your home be below 60%.
- Dew Point:
- This is the highest temperature that water vapor will condense and form water droplets or dew.
- Is a measurement scale used to rate air filters and stands for “Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value”. The rating is set from 1 to 16. The lower the MERV number rating, the better the filtration. Common ratings and filtration uses are:
- MERV 1-4: Pollen, dust mites, cockroach debris, sanding dust, spray paint dust, textile fibers, carpet fibers
- MERV 5-8: Mold, spores, dust mite debris, cat and dog dander, hair spray, fabric protector, dusting aids, pudding mix
- MERV 9-12: Legionella, Humidifier dust, Lead dust, Milled flour, Auto emission particulates, Nebulizer droplets
- MERV 13-16: Bacteria, droplet nuclei (sneeze), cooking oil, most smoke, and insecticide dust, most face powder, most paint pigments
- Condensation Pump:
- Is often used to help collect and remove water from dehumidification units.
- Ducting Kits and options:
- Many times you may want to use a ducting kit with your dehumidifier. It allows you the ability to dehumidify air in multiple rooms. This works by creating airflow to different rooms; for example, a finished basement that has multiple rooms, or a utility room.
- Hanging Kits:
- Many times space in a crawl space is limited. Hanging kits allow you to mount the dehumidifier up off of the ground and hang from the floor joists to allow easier access through the crawl space.