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A ducted dehumidifier is a type of dehumidifier that is designed to control humidity levels in a larger area, such as a home or commercial building. It works by drawing in moist air from the surrounding environment, removing the moisture from the air, and then expelling the dry air back into the space through a series of ducts.
The dehumidifier unit itself typically contains a fan, a heat exchanger, and a refrigeration system. When the moist air is drawn into the dehumidifier unit, it passes over the heat exchanger where it is cooled below its dew point. This causes the moisture in the air to condense and collect as water droplets, which are then drained away.
The dry air that is produced as a result of this process is then released back into the space through a network of ducts. The ducts are typically located in areas where moisture tends to accumulate, such as in bathrooms, basements, or other damp areas. The dry air helps to control humidity levels and prevent the growth of mold and mildew.
Ducted dehumidifiers are often used in conjunction with air conditioning systems, as they can help to improve the efficiency of the air conditioning system by reducing the amount of moisture that the system needs to remove from the air. They can also be used as standalone units to control humidity levels in a space.