Andrews’ refrigerant dehumidifier range provides clients with a series of industrial high performance dehumidification units available for hire. We offer two models – the DH150, which is a mobile unit, and the DH600, which is the largest unit in our dehumidification hire range. Both units are ideal for large areas that require dehumidification, such as warehouses, construction sites and industrial applications. Using less than 33% of the power required to run a desiccant dryer, the DH600 can remove up 600 litres of moisture per day and can keep dry an area of 13,600m3.
- A range of high capacity industrial dehumidifiers
- Competitive hire rates
- Fast and friendly service
- Genuine 24/7 365 day a year service
- Depots nationwide.
- High capacity units
- Fast drying action
- Manufactured in the UK
- Can operate unattended
These high capacity and reliable refrigerant dryers can handle up to 600 litres of moisture removal per day, delivering high levels of drying power. Refrigerant dehumidifiers, which use an evaporator and condenser system, are very popular in the UK and suit the British climate. They are capable of providing keep-dry areas up to 13,600m3 and can dry out areas up to 6,400m3.
This industrial dryer range includes the DH150, which is a very popular unit due to its high capacity while remaining easy to manoeuvre. This unit is mounted within a handling frame and has two large wheels so that it can be moved from one area to another with ease.
All refrigerant dryers are available to hire from our depots located throughout the UK. The units are manufactured in the UK with spare parts readily available.
These high capacity units are frequently used for large construction site applications, where the process of dehumidification helps to accelerate the rate of drying out wet concrete and plaster in a gentle manner, alleviating possible shrinkage and cracking problems.
For permanent fixed installations we offer a range of wall mounted units, the DH30 and DH60 are available to purchase only.These are often used in drying rooms for emergency services, sports clubs, construction sites, where damp uniforms or outdoor clothing needs to be dried out. Other applications include art galleries, museums and custom car storage.