The Dri-Eaz DrizAir 1200 is a refrigerant dehumidifier that can remove up to 145 pints of water per day under the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) test conditions of 80 degrees F and 60% relative humidity (RH). This dehumidifier has an operating temperature range of 33 – 100 degrees F, draws 6.4 amps on a 115V power supply, and processes air at a rate of up to 227 cubic feet per minute (CFM). The control panel displays plain-language messages to minimize the need to interpret code status messages. Display panel languages include Spanish, German, French, and English. The pump basin is attached to a 40' hose for removal of condensate across wide spaces.
This dehumidifier has a 25' detachable power cord for access to a power supply across large spaces. The unit has a built-in duct attachment ring for use with Dri-Eaz layflat polyvinyl ducting (old separately) to facilitate control of air circulation and drying efficiency. Its rotomolded polyethylene housing provides consistent wall thicknesses and strong outside corners for resistance to damage and leaks. Up to two DrizAir 1200 models can be stacked for efficient use of storage space. This dehumidifier has a rigid, telescoping handle and semi-pneumatic wheels to facilitate transport. It uses a 3M HAF Filter (included) to protect internal components from dirt (replacement filters sold separately). Intertek Testing Services, a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) using Edison Testing Laboratory (ETL) safety standards, has certified this product to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) standard for safety for dehumidifiers UL 474, and to Canadian Standards Association (CSA) 22.2 no. 92 standard for dehumidifiers. It also is verified by the AHAM for water removal capacity and energy factor.
Dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air. They are commonly used for drying applications in the cleaning, building maintenance, and restoration industries, and to control the humidity levels in office or homes. A refrigerant dehumidifier uses the same kind of refrigeration technologies found in air-conditioning systems. It lowers the air temperature and condenses its water vapor into water. The water, also called condensate, collects in a reservoir while the air is reheated and returned to the local environment. The condensate is removed to a drain, sump pump, or larger disposal receptacle.
A refrigerant dehumidifier usually has a humidistat to measure the relative humidity (RH) of the local environment, and cycles the machine off and on to maintain a pre-set RH. It also may have sensors to monitor a variety of operational parameters. It works most effectively in warm, moist conditions. Low grain refrigerant (LGR) dehumidifiers pre-cool the air to condense the water vapor efficiently, so they can operate over a wider range of temperatures and RH levels than standard refrigerant dehumidifiers.
Dri-Eaz manufactures dehumidifiers, air movers, structural drying systems, and air scrubbers for water damage restoration applications, and for the drying, cleaning, and building maintenance industries. The company, established in 1980, is based in Burlington, WA.
- Refrigerant dehumidifier that can remove up to 145 pints of water per day under AHAM test conditions of 80 degrees F and 60% relative humidity
- Has an operating temperature range of 33 - 100 degrees F, draws 6.4 amps on a 115V power supply for energy efficiency, and processes air at up to 227 CFM
- Rotomolded polyethylene housing provides consistent wall thicknesses and strong outside corners for resistance to damage and leaks
- Built-in duct attachment ring for use with Dri-Eaz layflat polyvinyl ducting (old separately) to facilitate control of air circulation and drying efficiency
- Rigid, telescoping handle and semi-pneumatic wheels to facilitate transport
Dri-Eaz 1200 18-gallon Compact Portable Refrigerant Dehumidifier
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