Commercial and Industrial Dehumidifiers Solve your Moisture and Humidity Problems
The Problem? - Excess humidity and moisture in your crawl space, warehouse, office, factory or shop. The result is corrosion, mold growth and rotting. Damage to inventory and inflated building maintenance costs are a result of moisture. Most importantly, your building may seem dry during the day. However, humidity rises at night when the temperature falls. This is when condensation process begins.
The Solution - A commercial dehumidifier or industrial dehumidifier will remove excess moisture. Whether it's from the air in your home, office, workplace, factory, basement, crawl space - a commercial dehumidifier protects your property and the health of the people who occupy it. Although condensation on windows may not be a constant problem, excess moisture in the air is a long term problem. Therefore, no commercial dehumidifier will cure it in a few days. However, over a period of weeks, you'll notice that mold spots will dry up and can be easily removed. Damp patches caused by condensation will dry out. Also, there will be no more mold on carpets and upholstery. With a commercial dehumidifier, you'll notice a reduction in windows dripping with water and pools on the windowsills.
Commercial Dehumidifiers - Excess humidity in your crawl space, warehouse, office, factory or shop can result in corrosion, mold growth and rotting. Commercial and industrial dehumidifiers will remove excess moisture from the air in your home, office, workplace, factory, basement, crawl space - protecting your property and the health of the people who occupy it. We feature Ebac Commercial Dehumidifiers, Alorair Restoration Dehumidifiers, and Seaira Commercial Dehumidifiers.
If you're not sure what model you need, we're happy to help. Click here for our Dehumidifier Sizing Form.
Ebac commercial dehumidifiers typically work at a low OTR (Operating Temperature Range) of 33°. If you're looking for a low-temperature dehumidifier, Ebac's Desiccant Dehumidifiers work in sub-zero temperatures.