Dri-Eaz DrizAir 1200 Dehumidifier Customer Q & A

Dri-Eaz DrizAir 1200 Dehumidifier Product Details
Q1: I am looking for a dehumidifier to put in a lumber kiln. In a chamber 8'x8'x21' what temperature would the 1200 series get to. I need something that will reach 140 degrees. Is this possible? Thanks

A: Not sure exactly what you mean by getting to 140 degrees. I'm not sure any of the dehumidifier manufacturers we work with list out or measure heat output. If you mean max operating temperatures, the max for most of the Dri-Eaz models is around 100 deg. F. If you need something that'll operate in temps up to 140, there are a few Ebac models that might fit the bill. They have a line specifically built for wood drying. http://ebacusa.com/lumber_dryers.html The MF4 might work or, it, in combination with MF2, would cover the cubic feet you've listed. Getting up to temps beyond 140 degrees can be problematic as higher operating temperatures usually require more specialized equipment. Hope that helps!

Q2: We have 2500 sq ft basement.What size de-humidifier would you recommend? Thanks

A: With a open floor plan, any of the Dri-Eaz models would be sufficient to dry a room of that size. Then it will come down to your budget and any other features you may want. With doors and walls it gets a little more difficult since airflow is usually limited. However, if air was circulated throughout this space, even then, you would get decent moisture removal.


Dri-Eaz DrizAir 1200 Dehumidifier Product Details

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