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Unlike a humidifier, which adds moisture to the air, a dehumidifier removes excess water from your environment, preventing mold, mildew. Browse our high-quality selection of Dehumidifiers. To speak to our specialist team, call 786 224 0029 or send us a message Live Chat.

A Short Guide To dehumidifier

A dehumidifier is an electrical appliance which decreases and maintains the level of humidity in the air, mainly for health and comfort. It prevents the growth of mildew and eliminates musty odor by extracting water for the air. It can be used for commercial, domestic, and industrial purposes. Dehumidifiers help tackle condensation, damp, and molds. 

If lately, you are experiencing water stains on your ceilings and walls, condensation on your window, musty smell, or mold spores lurking in your shower then it is the best time to buy a dehumidifier to protect your house and improve the quality of air inside your home. 


What is humidity?

Humidity is the concentration of water vapor present in the air. Humidity is generally invisible to human eyes. Humidity indicates the likelihood of dew, fog, or precipitation to be present. It is also termed as atmospheric moisture. Too much or too little moisture can be dangerous. 

Relative humidity of 100 percent means that the air can not hold any more water vapors. High humidity or low humidity can be a health risk, especially for the very old and the very young.

What does a dehumidifier do?

A dehumidifier is like a vacuum cleaner its main job is to Suck in the air from a closed area to take the moisture out of that closed space. The moisture then drips through into a collection tank than you may need to empty on a regular basis.

Dehumidifiers work in either of two ways and they are as follows


In this method, the dehumidifiers cool down the air to remove moisture from the air by using similar technology to a refrigerator or air conditioner

Absorption/ Adsorption 

In this method, the dehumidifiers work by mopping the water out of the air with the water-holding material and then Squeezing the water away to remove it and is known as absorption. Whereas in the adsorption method the water is picked up on the surface of some material.



According to The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America, there are two key measurements you can use to compare dehumidifiers, and they as follows. 

How much water dehumidifiers remove per day. Measured in pints or liters collected in 24 hours of continuous operation.

The efficiency of the Dehumidifier as you will be using a dehumidifier for a longer period of time. The best measurement, in this case, is the efficiency of the machine. Which can be described as total water removed divided by the total energy consumed (L/kWh).

Signs you need a dehumidifiers

  • Musty odor 
  • Excess moisture
  • Visible mold
  • Water strain on ceilings and walls 
  • Condensation on your window 
  • Poor air quality 

What features do dehumidifiers have?

  • Continuous drain facility
  • Timer 
  • Wheels
  • Remote control
  • In-built humidistat

Advantages of Dehumidifiers

  • Improves air quality
  • Prevents from molds 
  • Protect your home
  • Eliminate dust mites
  • Increase comfortability
  • Portable 
  • Available in various sizes 
  • Energy efficient


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