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Dehumidifier - DDR45B3WP| 21.3 L (45 pints)
With this 21.3 L (45 pints) capacity Danby dehumidifier, you won't have to worry about basements, offices, or any rooms in the house being too dingy or damp. This unit is perfect if you are trying to get rid of excess moisture from areas up to 232 M2 (2,500 sq. ft.). This Energy Star® rated unit will help you cut down on electric bills and its environmentally friendly R410a refrigerant will help you keep a peace of mind. This sleek unit has adjustable humidity settings and two fan speeds that can be easily controlled electronically. Additionally, this unit will continue to run quietly until the temperature reaches 5º C (41º F) with sharp low-temperature feature. Its direct-drainage system and removable filter makes it easy to clean, and its easy-roll castors makes moving it to another room a breeze. This model comes with 24 months parts and labour coverage with carry-in service.
How it Works
Your Danby Dehumidifier can be broken down into 5 main components: Fan, Compressor, Reheater, Compressor Cooling Coils, and Reservoir. All of these parts fit together to pull moisture out of the air by a fan that collects air from the surrounding area and pulls it into the dehumidifier. As the air passes through, it comes into contact with the dehumidifier's cooled coils. These coils use condensation to pull moisture from the air. The collected moisture remains on the coils and drips into the dehumidifier's reservoir. The dehumidifier reheats the air and exhausts it back into the room.
Optimizing Your Dehumidifier - Save on your utility bills and diminish your carbon footprint!
- Set the Humidistat at a reasonable level, at Danby we suggest that you set the desired humidity to between 40 - 50 percent
- Keep your doors and windows closed when your Danby Dehumidifier is running
- Keep it away from sources of excessive dust or dirt, since this can very quickly clog the machine
- Be sure to check and clean your dehumidifier's filter regularly, this will help ensure that it's operating as efficiently as possible
- The water produced by your Danby Dehumidifier is referred to as greywater. It is not suitable for drinking water, but it can be great for watering houseplants and flowers, since it's less salty than tap water