Blog20 October 2016

Let’s talk refrigerant dehumidifiers

Refrigerant dehumidifiers, work by drawing damp air from a particular area into the unit itself, before passing it over a cold evaporator coil, bringing the air below its dewpoint temperature. This causes the moisture contained within the air to turn into condensation, the condensation is then collected from the unit’s coils and either drained into a collection tank or pumped away to a suitable drain. Our high capacity and reliable industrial building dryer range can handle up to 600 litres of moisture removal per day!

Andrews Refrigerant dehumidifiers range from the small and compact FD15 and extend up to the DH600 which is the largest unit in our dehumidification hire offering. These units are ideal for a wide range of applications where dehumidification is required, such as warehouses, construction sites or during flood recovery. Other environments include art galleries, museums, document stores and industrial applications.

To find out about the differences between refrigerant and desiccant dehumidifiers, click here

You can also watch our short video on how dehumidifiers work by clicking here!