High humidity can cause a host of problems for property owners, such as mold and mildew growth, which can aggravate allergies or asthma attacks. Furthermore, damp areas provide the perfect breeding grounds for cockroaches, termites, dust mites, and even snakes and rats. Finally, wood, electronic appliances, wiring, and machinery are all susceptible to airborne moisture. Ebac, or EIPL, manufactures a vast array of dehumidifiers for every need, ranging from compact, single-room dehumidifiers to enormous machines that can manage humidity levels in warehouses as big as 10,000 square feet. EIPL's products are designed with durability and reliability at the forefront.
Desiccant dehumidifiers are specially designed to function in cold environments, which is a problem for traditional dehumidifiers. Desiccant dehumidifiers are able to function at low temperatures because they do not produce water (condensate); rather, airborne moisture is absorbed into a gel within the machine. The Ebac DD200 (10502SS-US) is the smallest desiccant dehumidifier in EIPL's lineup. It has a compact, rugged yet lightweight design. This cold-temperature dehumidifier is under 40 pounds, so you should have no issues moving it into place. The Ebac DD200 incorporates a PTC heater that ensures that the maximum dryness level is quickly reached and maintained.
It is manufactured from a high grade stainless steel, ensuring a rust free product when used in the most severe of applications. This model is designed for areas around 500 square feet in size and will function in low-temperature environments as far down as 4 degrees below zero (F). Great for basements, storage areas, bakeries, restaurants, print shops, photo labs, offices, and more. Ideally, this model should be ducted to allow for continuous evacuation of moisture.
Ebac DD200 10502SS-US Key Features
|Remote humidity sensor facility|
|Stainless steel construction|
|High capacity PTC heater|
|Low temperature operation|
|Auto / Manual mode selection|
|Electronic defrost control|
|Fitted mains plug|
|Hours run meter to assist in calculating the energy used|