90L Workshop Dehumidifier with Rotomolded Plastic Housing

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Customers always have questions about how to choose a dehumidifier that is the most suitable for them. Preair, a dehumidifier company with more than 10 years experience, suggests that customers take care the following aspects, Capacity, Humidity Level, Portability, Drainage Options, Energy Efficiency, Noise Level, Durability, etc.

  • NO.: ALGR90
  • Power Supply: 220-240V/50Hz
  • Dehumidification Capacity: 90L/day (30℃/80%RH)
  • Working Temperature Range: 5-38℃
  • Working Humidity Range: 20%-90%RH
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    Customized LGR Dehumidifier for Workshop and Wine Cellar

    Preair provides customized LGR dehumidifiers for sale. There is an air inlet and outlet on the left and right sides of the machine. The fillister on the top of the machine and Velcro tapes of the machine make sure that the cable cord and water pipe are well arranged, which frees people from worrying about storage. A steel handle and a plastic handle on the front and back ends of the machine allow the unit to load and unload cars, up and down stairs safely. The inside components of the dehumidifier adopt good-quality products and the production of the dehumidifier has strict techniques and tests. Please tell us your requirements, and Preair will provide you with the most reliable service and products.

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    What is the Best Dehumidifier for the Garage Workshop?

    If you want to reduce the humidity of your garage workshop, first you need to consider the size of your garage workshop. Dehumidifiers are rated by the amount of moisture they can remove per day. Measure the square footage of your garage workshop to determine the appropriate capacity.

    Next, you need to determine the humidity level in your garage workshop by using a thermostat. If you live in a particularly humid area or your garage tends to accumulate moisture easily, you may need a more powerful dehumidifier. Meanwhile, you may want a machine that is easy to move. If you plan to move the dehumidifier around or use it in different locations, consider its weight and whether it has wheels for easy mobility.

    Decide whether you prefer a unit with a built-in pump for continuous drainage or one that relies on a water collection tank that needs to be manually emptied. Preair recommends customers choose a dehumidifier with pump and drain hose for convenience. Look for Energy Star-certified dehumidifiers, as they are more energy-efficient and can help you save on electricity costs in the long run. Consider where you'll be placing the dehumidifier in your workshop and whether noise will be an issue. Look for models with lower noise levels if you'll be working nearby.

    Since the garage environment can be harsher than indoor environments, opt for a durable unit that can withstand temperature fluctuations and possible bumps or knocks. Some dehumidifiers come with features like programmable settings, auto-defrost function (useful in colder climates), and air filters to improve air quality. Decide which features are important for your needs. 

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