Desiccant dehumidifiers Explained
Desiccant dehumidifiers such as the ASE 200 solve difficult or stubborn restoration problems...
Desiccant dehumidifiers such as the ASE 200 solve difficult or stubborn restoration problems including drying of structural materials, such as concrete floors, plastered walls, cavities and even document drying such as books. They are also ideal for industrial drying applications such as surface preparation prior to applying. They feature a desiccant honeycomb rotor coated with a rare silica gel to capture water vapour from damp air. Warm, dry air is vented to the area being restored and moisture laden air is vented outside using 4" diameter duct.
The main advantages over refrigerant dehumidifiers is that desiccants produce desert dry air as low as 1% RH and they can also operate in extreme cold, as low as zero degrees - great if no heat is available on site.
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