In new building construction, renovation or alteration of existing buildings, or in special circumstances such as flooding, there is no quicker, surer or more economical way to reduce moisture without risk of damage to the building materials.
Air is drawn into the dehumidifier by means of a fan. The moisture is then condensed from the air and piped away or collected in a container. The dry air is heated with the energy recovered during the drying phase and returned to the room. This process lowers the relative humidity of the air, increasing its capacity to absorb more moisture from surrounding surfaces.
To dry out any building you need only to check that all doors and windows are closed, wheel the unit to a convenient location, connect to the supply and press the start button. Drainage of condensate from the machine is equally simple either by connecting a hose to the drainage spout and leading it to a drain, or by placing a container under the spout. In newly built or partially completed buildings, this machine enables interior plaster, screeds and timberwork to be dried at a controlled rate. This means that decorators can work systematically, keeping to the required schedule, regardless of weather conditions.
If hiring a 110V dehumidifier please remember that a transformer or 110V site supply will be required for its use (a transformer is available to hire in the basket process if required). If hiring a 240V dehumidifier an RCD power breaker is supplied with the unit.
Yorkshire Plant have a large range of dehumidifiers for hire in Beverley, York and East Riding