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New Dehumidifier is Self-Powered

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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A new dehumidifier with a built-in generator is now being offered by Drynamic Inc. of Plymouth, MN.

The 5000 cfm desiccant, self-powered dehumidifier is the first in Drynamic's Titan Series.

The lighweight aluminum unit offers a self-powering 27 kW built-in generator.

Fuel Consumption

The company says the stackable unit consumes 2.25 gallons of fuel per hour with a 170-gallon capacity. The built-in fuel tanks provide about 72 hours of run time, according to the company.

Titan Series dehumidifiers
Drynamic Inc.

The 5000 cfm desiccant, self-powered dehumidifier is the first in Drynamic's Titan Series.

Units are available with auxiliary power and have an internal power source, allowing them to be used worldwide.

According to the company, the unit has been run continuously in testing for more than a month in both southern Louisiana, where ambient temperatures reached 100°F, and northern Minnesota, where ambient temperatures dropped to -20°F.

The company says the unit is quiet enough for residential use.

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Tagged categories: Climate Control; Dehumidification; Environmental Controls; North America

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