Dehumidifiers

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Dehumidifiers2019-09-16T07:58:35+00:00

What do you understand by a “DEHUMIDIFIER”?

It is a machine which helps to reduce the moisture content in the air in a specified volume. Dehumidifier is a device which brings down the humidity present in the air. It is very similar to an Air Conditioning system. Dehumidifiers are used to control the moisture in the air and maintain a safe and healthy environment.

Dehumidifiers are of two types:

  1. Condensation Type
  2. Desiccant Type

A condensation dehumidifier is a system which removes the humidity from the room in the form of water. A condensation dehumidifier uses a refrigerant which helps in condensing this moisture into water. This water is stored in a tank inside the machine which is discarded later. These machines also have an option by connecting a drainage pipe through which the condensed water is thrown out. The dry air (Dehumidified air) is then released back into the room.

This is the concept of a condensation dehumidifier.

Condensation dehumidifiers can be of various types:

  1. Domestic type
  2. Commercial type
  3. Industrial type

The domestic condensation dehumidifier is used mainly for homes and offices. These are for small sized rooms and for a domestic environment. These can be floor mounted, wall mounted, etc.

The commercial condensation dehumidifier is used for a slightly bigger space with a slightly harsher environment. These could be for places like laboratories, spas, gym, museums, etc. These could be trolley type dehumidifiers which are movable and easy in terms of functionality, They also can be wall mounted or floor mounted. Commercial type units can also be ducted systems for various requirements.

The industrial condensation dehumidifier is for a harsh and rough environment. These units are used in warehouses, industries, factories, hospitals, data centre, etc. The industrial type dehumidifiers are mostly ducted or floor standing units. For few industrial applications, wall mounted type is also preferred. Swimming pool is one of the major application for a condensation dehumidifier.

Now, a Desiccant dehumidifier is a system which removes the humidity from the room in the form of wet air. A desiccant dehumidifier uses a silica gel filter and a rotor to separate the moisture content in the room and discards the same moisture content in the form of wet air. This wet air is discarded from the room through a pipe connection. The dry air is then pushed back into the room. This is the concept of a desiccant dehumidifier. The desiccant type is also called as the adsorption type dehumidifier. These units are specially used for lower and colder temperatures.

Desiccant Dehumidifier can be of the below types:

  1. Domestic type
  2. Industrial type

The domestic desiccant dehumidifier is mainly used for keeping small rooms dry especially when it is maintained at lower and cooler temperatures. These machines do not need a compressor or a cooling agent to dehumidify the air. It has efficient drying options through the desiccation technique. Applications for domestic desiccant dehumidifiers would be homes, walk in cabinets, etc.

The industrial desiccant dehumidifier is used for applications like cold rooms, freezers, etc. These units are for a much rugged environment and for low temperatures up to -25 degrees celsius. These units can be floor type but mainly ducted systems.

Both the condensation and the desiccant type dehumidifiers are selected based on a calculation where few parameters are considered such as,

  1. The dimension of the room (Length x Width x Height)
  2. Temperature maintained inside the room (Degree Celsius)
  3. Current Humidity level in the room (RH)
  4. Desired Humidity level in the room (RH)

Dehumidifiers are very essential in almost every industry today. As humidity is a growing concern, maintaining the correct level of RH is very important. High level of humidity attracts health problems, destruction of walls, minimizing the quality of certain products, etc. Using a dehumidifier in such conditions will solve the issue.

Question raised by customer when we deal with dehumidifiers.

Please contact us for any questions regarding for dehumidifiers. Below are the few answers to questions raised by few of our customers.

We are happy to provide you with the best answers and solutions to resolve your humidity and moisture issues.

If you need expert technical advise to humidity problems, send us an email at  info@ambale.co.nz or just directly calls us on +64 22 061 7007.

  1. Do dehumidifiers use much electricity?
  2. Do dehumidifiers cost much to run?
  3. Which is the best dehumidifier to buy?
  4. How much does it cost to run a portable dehumidifier?
  5. Should you leave a dehumidifier on all the time?
  6. Do dehumidifiers make the room warmer?
  7. How long does it take a dehumidifier to work?
  8. Do dehumidifiers cool down a room?
  9. Where is the best place to put a dehumidifier?
  10. When should you run a dehumidifier?
  11. Are dehumidifiers worth it?
  12. What dehumidifier do I need?
  13. Should I get a dehumidifier?
  14. What size dehumidifier do I need for my bedroom?
  15. How much water should a dehumidifier collect in a day?
  16. Is it OK to lay dehumidifier on its side?
  17. Can a dehumidifier be harmful?
  18. Is it safe to leave a dehumidifier on all day?
  19. When should you turn off your dehumidifier?
  20. How effective are dehumidifiers?
  21. Can I sleep with a dehumidifier running in my bedroom?
  22. Will a dehumidifier help me sleep?
  23. Does a dehumidifier dry out skin?
  24. What is the best dehumidifier for a bedroom?
  25. What is the best dehumidifier for a house?
  26. Are dehumidifiers noisy?
  27. What are the top 10 dehumidifiers?
  28. What is the best 2018 dehumidifier?
  29. What is the most reliable dehumidifier?
  30. Can a dehumidifier be repaired?
  31. How much does it cost to run a dehumidifier 24 hours a day?
  32. What causes dehumidifier to stop working?
  33. Why is my dehumidifier so loud?
  34. How long does a dehumidifier last?
  35. How does a dehumidifier compressor work?
  36. How do I dehumidify my house?
  37. Do I need a dehumidifier if I have central air conditioning?
  38. Does a dehumidifier cool the room?
  39. Where is the best place to put a dehumidifier?
  40. Why does a dehumidifier make the room warmer?
  41. How long should a dehumidifier run per day?
  42. Do you leave a dehumidifier on all the time?
  43. Do dehumidifiers prevent mold?
  44. Do all dehumidifier fans run continuously?
  45. Can you leave dehumidifier on all day?
  46. Do dehumidifiers shut off automatically?
  47. Do dehumidifiers increase electric bill?
  48. Does a dehumidifier take a lot of electricity?
  49. What should dehumidifier be set at?
  50. Does a dehumidifier help with mold?
  51. How do you get mold out of a dehumidifier?
  52. Can a dehumidifier be harmful?
  53. Will a dehumidifier keep mold from growing?
  54. Can dehumidifiers spread mold?
  55. Can mold grow in 50 humidity?
  56. Will mold grow at 55 humidity?
  57. Why does mold grow better in the dark?
  58. What’s considered high humidity?
  59. What conditions are best for mold growth?
  60. Can black mold kill you?
  61. Will cold kill mold?
  62. What kills mold spores?
  63. Will sunlight kill mold?
  64. How long does it take for mold to spread in walls?
  65. What temperature kills mold spores?
  66. Is bleach or vinegar better to kill mold?
  67. Does apple cider vinegar kill mold?
  68. What kills black mold naturally?
  69. Can black mold make you sick?
  70. Is black mold deadly?
  71. Can I remove black mold myself?
  72. How dangerous is mold in your house?
  73. What kills black mold?
  74. How do you know it’s black mold?
  75. How do u know if there’s mold in your house?
  76. What kind of mold is dangerous?
  77. How do you get rid of mold in a house?
  78. What is the best product to kill mold?
  79. How do you stop mold from spreading?
  80. Why is there mold in my house?
  81. When should I be worried about mold?
  82. Will Mold exposure symptoms go away?
  83. What are symptoms of mold exposure?
  84. Can a doctor test for mold exposure?
  85. Does mold make you tired?
  86. Is black mold airborne?
  87. Can mold dry out and die?
  88. Can you sleep in a room with black mold?
  89. Can white mold kill you?
  90. Is Fuzzy mold dangerous?
  91. Is slow growing mold dangerous?
  92. How bad is eating mold?
  93. Can you eat your own poop?
  94. Can food mold kill you?
  95. Will eating mold make you sick?
  96. Will eating moldy cake hurt you?
  97. Can Mould kill you?
  98. What happens if you eat cheese with mold?
  99. Will cheese mold hurt you?
  100. What happens if you eat spoiled cheese?
  101. Does cooking kill mold?
  102. Does cooking destroy aflatoxins?
  103. Does hot water kill mold?
  104. Can mold be killed with heat?
  105. Does hot steam kill mold?
  106. What temperature will kill mold?
  107. Does mold like hot or cold?
  108. Can mold grow in 50 humidity?
  109. Will cold kill mold?
  110. What conditions are best for mold growth?
  111. What kills mold spores?
  112. Will sunlight kill mold?
  113. How long does it take for mold to spread in walls?
  114. How do you stop mold from spreading?
  115. Is mold removal expensive?
  116. How do you know if there is mold in your walls?
  117. How do you know if mold is making you sick?
  118. What are symptoms of mold exposure?
  119. Can you get sick from mold in your house?
  120. Can you die from mold in your house?
  121. Can you die from mold?
  122. Will Mold exposure symptoms go away?
  123. Does mold make you tired?
  124. Is all black mold dangerous?
  125. What can mold do to your brain?
  126. What type of cancer does mold cause?
  127. Does mold cause memory loss?
  128. How bad is it to breathe in mold?
  129. How dangerous is mold in a house?
  130. Can eating mold make you sick?
  131. Can your body grow mold?
  132. Is mold dangerous to eat?
  133. Can black Mould kill you?