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A dehumidifier reduces humidity from the air in your room until relative humidity is reduced to the level you choose. Once your desired humidity is achieved a good dehumidifier will automatically maintain that comfortable level with any manual intervention.
Dehumidifiers are the best way to remove excess moisture from your home and avoid issues caused by high humidity levels. These include:
• Mold and musty odour
• Damp and uncomfortable conditions
• Condensation on floors, walls and ceiling
• Damage to electronics, art work, upholstery, collectibles
• Swelling of doors and uneven wooden flooring.

If these problems are ignored, allergic reactions, respiratory problems, and other health issues can occur. Avoid them by maintaining a healthy humidity level with a dehumidifier.
The two primary source of noise are the fan and the compressor. The higher the fan speed and the larger the compressor the louder is the noise level. However as technology is advancing fans and compressors are getting quieter. Our dehumidifiers come with Economy Mode (maximum energy saving and quiet operation for normal daily routine & night time). & TURBO Mode (for rapid dehumidification of high humidity or severe damp problems).
Relative humidity (RH) is a measure of how much water is in the air relative to the amount that air can hold. RH is expressed as a percentage and when it reaches 100% the air is full of water and it will condense onto any surface. Warm air holds more water than cool air, for every 10 degrees drop in temperature the capacity of the air to hold water is halved.
Moisture is always in the air, inside and outside the home. If you are close to a water body like a lake or an ocean you will experience higher levels of humidity compared to a place far away from the water body. Areas receiving rainfall are also a high source of humidity. In the house activities like warm water showers, washing, cooking, steaming add to the humidity in the room.
Relative humidity between 50 and 60% RH is comfortable for you and your valuable belongings. Below 50% may make the room a little too dry and will unnecessarily increase the energy cost.
The water collected in the dehumidifier’s tank is called condensate and is not recommended for human consumption as its not filtered. Please use the water for cleaning the house or watering the plants.
To arrive at that you need to measure the size of the room and how wet it gets. Our dehumidifiers indicate the volume of the air it covers and its always better to purchase a little larger than what you need as they will dry more effectively and run for fewer hours to save energy cost. The energy saving over a period of time will be greater than the difference in the purchase price.
Fungi need humidity in the air or on the surface to grow. A dehumidifier prevents mould and mildew growth by drying the walls, ceiling, floor and drawing moisture from the fabrics, upholstery. If you set the humidity to 50% RH, the air will be too dry for mould and mild dew spores to develop.
In the case of a good quality dehumidifier the average life is approximately 8 years if it's used mainly in the high humid season. Our dehumidifiers average more than 8 years that if its well maintained and regularly serviced.
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