Dehumidifiers And Their
are very simple machine to use when you have a excess of moister in the
ambient air. The excess moister in the air around you causes condensation, mould
and a general damp feeling so in many cases this needs to be controlled.
Dehumidifiers are mostly used for controlling home humidity issues, damp work
environments, building sites, flood damage and industrial applications. With a
specially designed purpose it is important to make the right choice to get the
best out of the dehumidifier.
How A Dehumidifier
in the air is drawn into the dehumidifier by a intake fan and is passed though a
filter to clean the air and then over a cold coil which collects and condenses
the excess moisture in the air into water. The air is blown back into the room
filtered, dryer and warmer as it passes through the extract warm coil. The
excess water is collected inside the dehumidifiers internal container or
continuously drained if required. For low temperature application such as a
building project in the winter it is best looking at the temperature
limitations for each dehumidifier.
Desiccant dehumidifiers are great for low temperature applications but due to
the sensitivity of the technology it is not made in a robust form for use on
building sites but mainly for domestic and scientific use. Desiccant
dehumidifiers main use is for home use where a room is damp or caravans in the
winter where a low power alternative to heating a room to remove humidity is
required. The technology has become cheaper over time and is used by many
dehumidifier home users looking for a budget way of controlling moister.
for houses, office and light commercial applications these types of
dehumidifiers can be used to keep condensation off your windows, drying washing,
small swimming pool areas and light building work at a fraction of the cost of
heating a area.