Dehumidification Learning Center
Dehumidification Solutions for Basements & Crawl Spaces
The SaniDry™ XP upright model is an energy-efficient basement dehumidifier.
Problems with Room-Size Dehumidifiers Sold in Big-Box Stores:
- They are too small.
- The cold coil is too small.
- The fan is too small (it has to be so it doesn't blow the air past the small coil too fast, otherwise it wouldn't take any water out!).
- The fan doesn't circulate the dry air around your basement - because it's too small.
- They usually aren't drained automatically, so the bucket fills up and they shut off.
- They are rated (25 pints, 30 pints, 40 pints, etc.) per day at 80 degrees air temperature. Warm air holds a lot more moisture than cold air. Put them in a 68-degree basement and their effectiveness goes way down below this number.
How SaniDry™ Dehumidifiers Efficiently Solve Basement and Crawl Space Humidity Issues
Both the SaniDry™ Sedona and SaniDry™ XP are designed to perform in even the dampest basements and crawl spaces. The Sedona is the most powerful dehumidifier of its size available on the market. It's Energy Star certified, has an automatic humidity sensor, and can be ducted to reduce noise in the space. The SaniDry XP boasts has a 109-pint capacity, auto-defrost, and a direct gravity drain hose.
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