Per­for­mance. A dehu­mid­i­fi­er for an apart­ment can retain 12 or more liters of water per day. For instal­la­tion in indus­tri­al premis­es, equip­ment is pur­chased with a capac­i­ty of sev­er­al hun­dred to sev­er­al thou­sand liters of water per day.

Con­den­sate tank capac­i­ty. The val­ue of this para­me­ter depends on the aver­age humid­i­ty in the room: the high­er it is, the larg­er the tank should be. The min­i­mum capac­i­ty of the con­den­sate tank is 4 liters, the opti­mal one is from 6 liters.

Instal­la­tion method. There are mobile and sta­tion­ary instal­la­tions for dry­ing air mass­es. Mobile do not require instal­la­tion, they are char­ac­ter­ized by com­pact­ness and low weight, they can be moved around the apart­ment or indus­tri­al premis­es using rollers or wheels. Sta­tion­ary are installed and fixed in the cen­ter of the room, they are dis­tin­guished by increased per­for­mance.

Addi­tion­al func­tions. House­hold and pro­fes­sion­al mod­els of dehu­mid­i­fiers that can clean the air from pol­lu­tion, con­trol the tem­per­a­ture using built-in sen­sors, turn on and off auto­mat­i­cal­ly, etc.

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