Dehumidifiers & Accessories

Act fast to stop mold and mildew infestation and further water damage now! Floodwater, plumbing leaks, high humidity environments, damp basements and any contained area where excess moisture is involved can become a danger to the health of you and others. The faster you clean up water damage and start removing excess moisture from the air the sooner you can stop mold from growing. We stock industrial dehumidifiers from brands like Dri-Eaz®, X-Power® and Phoenix®.  If you need help deciding which unit you need for your particular situation, please feel free contact us today!

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How do industrial dehumidifiers work?

Industrial dehumidifiers are condensate dehumidifiers and work by pulling in air across a cold evaporator core which condenses the excess moisture into ice. To turn the condensate from ice back into water, the unit will periodically cycle into defrost mode allowing the collected moisture to be drained.

Where are industrial dehumidifiers used?

Commercial and industrial dehumidifiers are designed for large spaces that are dark, damp, humid, have experienced water damage and/or minimal airflow, including; crawlspaces, pool areas, basements, warehouses and garages. These powerful units help reduce mold growth, condensation, and eliminate musty smells by pulling the excessive moisture out of the air and surrounding surfaces. Commercial and industrial dehumidifiers can operate in temperatures as low as 33°F and are able to remove more moisture than residential units across larger square footage areas!

Which dehumidifier should you purchase?

To help choose the best unit for your needs it is important to know the size of the space you need to dehumidify.  First, calculate the square footage of the space. How do you do this? Simply measure the length and width of the room. Multiply the length by the width to get the room’s square footage. To calculate the cubic square footage, you measure the height of the room and multiply that by the square footage. Each dehumidifier will list its ideal square footage or cubic footage that it can efficiently dehumidify in its product specifications.

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