Installing EPD50 -EPD30 / DH1200-DH800 dehumidifiers
Using Dryfan® technology
EPD30 & EPD50 are the USA model References.
DH811 & DH1211 are the 110V versions of the DH800 & DH1200 220V EU models
Professional grade dehumidifiers for home use. Designed to work all day every day safely
one DEHUMIDIFIER can solve the HUMIDITY problems for the whole home
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Guide for Domestic Applications with Desiccant Models
Ducting Can be Extended Greater Than What is Prescribed in the User Manual
Select The Right Model
All models can be used in the same 3-Hole mode to dry even the largest home
You may need separate consideration for Garages, Conservatories, Crawl Spaces or Attics
use under the home in crawl spaces, cellars or basements
Keep the air circulating around the space using a duct in or out to help distribute air
Guide for Commercial Applications with Desiccant Models
Select The Right Model for Typical Commercial Applications
Information is should be classed as a rule of thumb. Consider the average temperature the dehumidifier will be working in.
Difference between two Smaller Desiccant models
There is no outlet flange to attach a duct on the smaller dehumidifier
USA “Pro” & European “Inox”
All DH & EPD models are mild steel with tough epoxy paint finish. The USA “Pro” versions & Inox units sold in Europe and the rest of the world are Stainless Steel.
Boats & Catering for Hygiene
Stainless steel models are often used in boating applications, for storing food & catering environments where the casing is more resistant to salt or cleaning with harsh chemicals.
Mounted on it’s side, secured with special feet that swivel out. A public toilet installation ducting moisture through an extractor fan. The extractor fan was in operation when the toilet was occupied but the same vent was use to vent moisture continuously all day and every day when needed.
Note a top cover without a handle can also be obtained if required.
Mounted upside down. The curved ducting lengths have been used to help avoid dead air spots that can occur if the dehumidifier is placed in a corner of a room or an alcove. In that instance, dry air would circulate over and over in the same area and not be dispersed to the rest of the room. Two ways to overcome this; either extend the dry air outlet with ducting or add additional fans to help circulate the air around the room being dried.