Dehumidifiers

Dehumidifiers product range - commercial climate control solutions by Dantherm Group
Aerial VP 6 – noise box with turbine
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Turbine

The noise box VP 6 is light, versatile and powerful. The use of a brushless, variable turbine reduces the weight of the VP 6 by up to 50% compared with conventional noise boxes with lateral channel blowers.

Aerial AD 660 – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifiers

Condensation air dehumidifiers with flexible accessory options allowing you to tailor make the unit for various drying projects.

Dantherm DRD 1529 1963 2208 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

Extra-large air flow, high-capacity desiccant dehumidifiers.

Dantherm CDT 40-40S – condensation dehumidifiers
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Condensation dehumidifiers

Cost-effective, energy-efficient and user-friendly dehumidifiers for water damage restoration and drying of buildings.

Aerial AD 680 – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifiers

Popular with construction drying and rental companies these dehumdifiers can be used for all renovation projects.

Dantherm CDT 60 – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifiers

Cost-effective, energy-efficient and user-friendly dehumidifiers for water damage restoration and drying of buildings.

DRD 10 34 60 – adsorption dehumidifiers
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Industrial drying – adsorption

Ideally suited for dehumidification tasks where space is limited.

Dantherm AC 22 – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifier and air-conditioner

2-in-1 unit that cools and dries indoor spaces like temporary defence and NGO fields camps and hospitals.

Dantherm CDT 90 – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifiers

The CDT 90 is a robust, cost-effective and energy-efficient, reliable mobile dehumidifier.

Master ACD 137 dehumidifier and air-conditioner
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Condensation dehumidifier and air-conditioner

This portable unit is ideal for temporary cooling and drying of tents, workspaces, retail premises and more.

Aerial AD 740 – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifiers

Hard-wearing and robust condensation dehumidifiers that can be used in multiple applications.

Aerial AD 780-P – condensation dehumidifier
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Condensation dehumidifiers

Large capacity dehumidifiers that are ideal for big industrial drying jobs whether it is on building sites or within the water damage restoration field.

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Why choose dehumidifiers?

Commercial dehumidifiers help organisations and other firms regulate their climate and keep humidity levels within comfortable parameters all year round. To understand what size and type of industrial dehumidifier is fit for purpose, it is first important to gauge the presence of moisture presently.

Relative humidity (RH) is a measurement that expresses the concentration of moisture in the air as a percentage total of what it could hold. As the air temperature changes, so too does the amount of water in the atmosphere.

This is a useful metric to gauge how humid an environment is, as spaces flush with excess moisture or too much dried air can both be uncomfortable for occupants.

To strike the optimal balance within your indoor climate, a condense or commercial desiccant dehumidifier is a powerful tool that can help automatically monitor and control humidity levels and prevent the build-up of excess moisture in the air.

To determine whether a professional dehumidifier is necessary for your facility, there are several symptoms to be aware of.

In a space too dry, it can be common to see:

  • Irritated eyes and noses

  • Skin drying and flaking

  • Infections easily spreading inside

Whereas an environment that is too moist might lead to:

  • Damp and mould growth on walls

  • Musty smells indoors

  • Wood rot on beams and floors

Although there are two main types of industrial dehumidifiers – condense and desiccant units – they function similarly. Humid air is first drawn in and then, via the natural process of condensation or desiccation, unwanted moisture is captured and drained away. The dried air is then exhausted outwards, and the process repeats.

Because of this, commercial ducted dehumidifiers are optimally suited to removing excess moisture from the air in a wide range of scenarios, including water damage restoration, construction work and supermarkets.

Additionally, by harnessing either the natural process of desiccation or condensation to control the humidity levels and climate inside, our portable, wall-mounted and floor-standing solutions are very energy efficient, highly sustainable and exceptionally reliable.

To learn how our dehumidification technology can benefit you and your facilities, get in touch with a member of our expert team today and let us help you choose the optimal solution for your needs.

Want to know more about our dehumidifier solutions? Get in touch today.

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