Air dehumidifiers are used to dehumidify air in swimming pools, water parks, industrial premises, apartments and cottages. The principle of their operation is based on condensation of moisture when the air contacts cold surface. In fact, air dehumidifier is a monoblock air conditioner: fan supplies air from room to evaporator (radiator with reduced temperature), while air is cooled, the moisture from the air condenses and flows into the pallet, then the drained air is supplied to the condenser (high-temperature radiator), where it is heated and fed into the room. Most of the modern air dryers work on this principle. Generally speaking, as a household air dehumidifier, any window air conditioner can be used, installing it inside of drained room and ensuring condensate drainage. The obvious plus – low cost, a disadvantage – increased noise and low productivity (rate of dehumidification).
The main characteristic of the air dehumidifier is the capacity, which determines how much water per unit of time can remove the dehumidifier at a certain temperature and humidity. Productivity is measured in “liters per day” and is for household and semi-industrial models from 12 to 300 liters/day. In apartments, compact portable desiccators with a productivity of 15 – 20 l/day are usually used. For industrial dehumidifiers, the capacity is measured in thousands of liters per day. Technical characteristics of dehumidifiers often indicate the area of water mirror, where the dryer is designed for. This parameter is used when there is a need for selecting a dehumidifier for the pool and allows you to tentatively choose the dehumidifier of required capacity without complicated calculations.
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