- You therefore need enough heat to force the water in to a gas state (evaporate) and then you need to remove this evaporate.
- A space heater will provide heat energy (on a cold day) to to force liquid water into a gaseous state to saturated the air,
and the Dehumidifier removes the evaporate when the air is saturated
We have powerful dehumidifiers ideal for professional use (e.g. museums, archives). The SeccoProf controls are designed for maximum simplicity of use. Equipped with an adjustable moist meter, and with a defrosting device, they guarantee good results also at low temperatures. It also provides continuous drainage of the condensate. SeccoProf has a very large tank (10 liter) that reduces drainage operations. It has large castor wheels to be moved around easily.Please note: Compressor dehumidifiers are inefficient at low temperatures. Compressor based machines extract less water out of the air the lower the temperature gets therefore these dehumidifiers are not as effective at low temperatures.
Make sure that the machine is always level.Empty the water recovery tank when it is half full for best results. Always keep the machine upright. The room temperature should preferably be above 30 degrees C for maximum efficiency
- Stainless steel cabinet18 litres/24hrs at 27°C / 65% RH (750ml/hr)230V 50Hz
- Average power consumption: 520WMaximum power consumption: 620WTypical
- room area: 80m²Operating temperature range: 5°C to 38°C
- Refrigerant: R134aIncludes a humidistat and defrost .
- Condensate tank capacity: 10-litre48dBA, 27kg