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Wilms KT210 Industrial Drier Flood Damp Dryer Building Dehumidifier

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The Wilms comfort dehumidifiers create a healthy atmosphere, help protect the value of assets as well as accelerating drying processes. Besides avoiding the ravages of humidity and mould they improve ...
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About Industrial Dehumidifier

Whether your house has suffered from flooding, a burst pipe, or you're simply trying to dry out a damp cellar, an industrial dehumidifier makes a wise investment. Industrial dehumidifiers are much larger than your average every day dehumidifiers and have been specifically designed to target larger areas in homes or industrial premises, and remove more water in a quicker space of time. There are a number of well-known names when it comes to industrial dehumidifiers. Ebac, Sealey, Rhino and Drizair are just a few of the brands available. These industrial dehumidifiers have been developed for work purposes, hence the name 'industrial'. But this doesn't mean you can't use them in your home if needs be. In fact, using an industrial dehumidifier over a smaller, domestic dehumidifier could dramatically decrease the time you'll need to dry out the specific area. Industrial dehumidifiers have been built to last, so buying second-hand shouldn't be an issue. However, they do sometimes need re-gassing. When the gas inside the dehumidifier goes, they stop working properly. This can be expensive to fix so if you're buying second-hand, always check that the gas is still working. In terms of price, you can expect to pick up an industrial dehumidifier anywhere upwards of £150. Considering the rental costs of these machines, you could expect to save a substantial amount if you buy second-hand, especially if you need to use it for a couple of weeks for your project.