The basement garage dehumidifier is a dehumidifier specifically designed for spaces such as basements and garages. Due to the high humidity and humidity of these spaces, basement garage dehumidifiers have emerged. The basement garage dehumidifier not only dehumidifies but also purifies the air, so it is favored by a large number of users.
The basement dehumidifier mainly consists of a compressor, evaporator, condenser, water tank, and base. The entire machine adopts a high-quality compressor, coupled with an imported condenser, and uses multi-channel technology to condense water molecules in the air into water and discharge them, achieving an ideal indoor humidity state.
During the operation of the dehumidifier, the high and low pressure generated by the compressor will drive components such as the evaporator, condenser, and fan. When the high pressure generated by the compressor compresses the air, it is blown to the evaporator, condenser, and other components through the fan. The moisture in the air is discharged through the compressed air, which condenses into water droplets and flows into the water tank.
As the core component of a dehumidifier, the compressor is the most important component, and its quality determines the overall performance of the dehumidifier. During the operation of the dehumidifier in the basement garage, the compressor compresses, condenses, throttles, and evaporates the refrigerant during normal operation. The refrigerant is compressed into a high-temperature and high-pressure gas state, cooled by a condenser and then becomes a liquid in a low-temperature and low-pressure gas state, which is then cooled by an evaporator and discharged as a low-temperature and low-pressure liquid gas.