What is the LGR?

LGR refers to the “low-grain refrigerant”. In dehumidifiers, the term “grains” refers to the amount of moisture in the air. One grain is equivalent to approximately 1/7000th of a pound of moisture. When we say “low grain”, we’re referring to a refrigerant that is particularly effective at removing moisture from the air.

Low-grain refrigerants are often used in industrial and commercial dehumidification systems where moisture removal is a critical function. These refrigerants are designed to work efficiently even in high humidity conditions. Preair provides high-quality LGR dehumidifiers for sale adopting LGR technology. Conditions or places, such as water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, damp basements & crawl spaces, wet garages or wine cellars, large swimming pool rooms, and gymnasiums, are calling for professional dehumidifiers. Please email us for more advice!

Using a low-grain refrigerant allows a dehumidifier to remove more moisture from the air per unit of energy used. This can lead to faster and more effective dehumidification, which is important in applications like industrial drying processes, indoor pools, food processing, and other environments where moisture control is crucial.

Post time: Nov-06-2023
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