HEATERS & FANS
DEHUMIDIFIER 940L/292gal, DESICCANT Type
- 3,000 CFM, Process Air
- Max Fan Pressure wg 3.80
- 115V 15 amps x 2
- WATER REMOVED
- 1944 Pints (292 gallons) per day @ 80F 50% RH
- HEAT MODE
- 300,000 BTU @ 40F
- WIDTH: 52
- HEIGHT: 63
- LENGTH: 98
- WEIGHT: 1,350 lbs
- D-CAN 30 Desiccant Dehumidifier
- The D-CAN 30 from DRYAIR delivers all of the benefits of desiccant drying with reduced electrical requirements, lower operating temperatures and up to a 50% fuel savings compared to traditional Diesel/Electric systems, which is great for Squamish and Sea to sky Country's wet conditions.
- At a maximum of 3,000 CFM the D-CAN 30 is capable of removing 1,944 pints / 940 Liters or 292 gallons of water per day.
- There are no combustion by-products to vent from the D-CAN 30 granting operators the added flexibility of being able to place the unit inside or outside the structure for easier setup.
- The D-CAN 30 is not as susceptible to overheating and will not shut down if the ducting of the reactivation air becomes restricted.
- Only 2 115V/15A circuits are required to run the blowers; no high voltage cords means increased safety on the Squamish job sites.
- Turn the desiccant wheel off and the D-CAN 30 offers the added flexibility of operating as a 300,000 BTU heat exchanger to provide temporary heat to the structure.
- How do you choose the size of dehumidifier?
- Dehumidifiers are helpful for removing excess moisture from indoor spaces, thus reducing water damage and harmful mold and mildew growth. However, these appliances come in a wide range of sizes and capacities, so you may be having a hard time figuring out which dehumidifier is the right size for your space. To pick the right dehumidifier, you'll need to assess how large and damp your space is. You can also save energy and get the most out of your dehumidifier by choosing a unit with a higher capacity than what's recommended for your space.
- Contact one of our helpful staff at Rental Network, Squamish, for more information on which dehumidifier to choose.
- Why Use a Desiccant Dehumidifier
- When you re faced with drying in cool temperatures or drying dense materials like hardwoods, brick, or plaster-and-lath construction, nothing beats the efficiency and power of desiccant dehumidifiers.
- Here s why: Desiccant dehumidifiers produce much drier air than refrigerant dehumidifiers, making them ideal for pulling moisture out of dense materials and complex construction assemblies.
- Powerful drying in low RH, (Low Humidity) conditions. Desiccants remove moisture down to 0% RH, (Low Humidity). A standard refrigerant dehumidifier can no longer operate efficiently below about 30% RH, and a Low Grain Refrigerant unit will begin performing poorly below 20%.
- Cold temperature performance. Desiccants easily outperform refrigerant dehumidifiers in low temperatures. In those conditions, refrigerants tend to freeze up, or else remain in defrost mode for extended periods of time. In either case, they're not removing much water from the air. Desiccants, however, continue to remove moisture even at 0 F. Drying with a desiccant is an especially effective (and cost-effective) option in an unheated space or one that is undergoing fire or flood restoration.
- More effective drying of dense materials. Because desiccants can produce such low RH values, they are ideal for pulling bound water out of dense materials like hardwoods, plaster, brick, and concrete. They can also effectively dry down construction assemblies like walls, stairs, cabinetry, etc.
- Desiccant dehumidifiers can play an important role in your drying strategy, especially during the colder, drier months.
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