Master Dehumidifier 20Ltr 240v DH720
This is the Master Dehumidifier 20Ltr 240v DH720 designed to remove humidity from rooms, prevents mould and bacteria development. An active filter prevents unpleasant odours. Air dehumidifiers are widely used in apartments, garages, cellars, libraries, drying rooms, bathrooms, and offices.
The Master DH 720 has a white robust plastic casing and doesn’t look out of place in the home or office. Weighing only 11kg mounted on 4 castors with a carry integral carry handle making the DH720 very portable. With a noise level of only 48 dB(A). The Master DH720 is suitable for rooms up to 50m3 and will extract up to 20 litres per 24 hour period.
The easy to use Master DH720 has an electronic control panel and a clear display. It has an automatic shut off the water tank is full, leaving the dehumidifier is not going to be an issue. Should the 5.5-litre tank not be large enough it can be connected directly to a hose for drainage.
Why Use A Dehumidifier?
Dehumidifiers are used for a number of applications and help reduce humidity levels making you less hospitable to allergens, dust mites, mould and mildew and also help speed up the drying process of newly plastered rooms.
Used extensively following flooding or water damage a dehumidifier when placed in an affected room will when used within its operating temperature range effectively remove excess moisture. Another great use for a dehumidifier is for drying Plaster or Artex allowing you to finish decorating the room even sooner.
How Do Dehumidifiers Work?
Dehumidifiers work much like air conditioners. The warm moist air is drawn in, it then crosses over the dehumidifier’s refrigerant cooled coils.
This causes the moisture in the air to condense on the coils within the machine. Finally going to the tank for disposal.
A Dehumidifier on its own can be very effective, but it may be worth considering using a heater and or an air mover or carpet dryer at the same time to speed up the process.
Free of Charge (A small charge may apply to Highlands and Islands)