Dehumidification is often part of an overall strategy to improve a home’s energy efficiency, indoor air quality and durability. Removing moisture from "damp" air in a basement or crawl space can help insulation function more effectively while also helping to prevent mold, wood rot and metal corrosion. This system will create better indoor air quality and a healthier home!
The SaniDry Sedona is the world's most efficient, high-performance dehumidifier and filtration system, without a bulky heat exchange core. With its small size, it takes up less space in a basement and easily fits in small crawl spaces.
A dehumidifier works according to the principle that air's ability to hold moisture (humidity) diminishes as air temperature drops. This principle explains why an ice-cold glass of water “sweats” moisture on a hot day.
In a dehumidifier, a fan blows humid air across a metal coil assembly that is filled with cold refrigerant –the same compound that is used in air conditioners and refrigerators. When the air meets the cold coil surface, water condenses out of the air and drips off the coils onto a reservoir that’s built into the dehumidifier.
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