Condair DC 75 - 950

Condensing Dehumidifier

Condair DC condensing dehumidifiers have many different applications across the industrial, commercial and warehousing sectors. They are based around a refrigerant circuit system, and are generally used in areas, in which the relative humidity has to be reduced to 35 - 45% RH. Condair condensing dehumidifiers can be configured in a variety of ways to suit our customers’ individual needs. So we always have the optimum device for any application.

The standard devices in the Condair DC series cover a broad range of applications. Their dehumidification capacities range from 75 l/24h to 930 l/24h. Their enormous ventilation capacities of up to 8,000 m3/h mean that just one or a few devices are required to control the humidity in even the largest of buildings. They can be free-standing or configured for mobile use, and can even be connected to the air duct network to ensure optimum distribution of the dehumidified air.

For temperature-sensitive areas, we offer special temperature-neutral versions. The condensation heat from the dehumidifier is drawn away via an external condenser so that the room temperature is not affected.

Condair condensing dehumidifiers come with a hot-gas defrosting system as standard to ensure safe, economical operation even at low room temperatures.



Features & benefits

  • Durable housing - The robust, hot-dip galvanized RAL 9006 housing provides maximum protection.
  • Flexible connection options - Condair DC dehumidifiers can either be operated independently or connected to a ventilation duct.
  • EC fan - High quality fan runs energy-efficient and quiet.
  • Controller - Our dehumidifiers are microprocessor controlled.
  • Cooling circuit - High efficient R410A cooling circuit.
  • Heat exchanger - we use as a standard special coated heat exchangers to pretect them from aggressive environmental conditions.

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Condair DA desiccant dehumidifier

Ideal for drying at low temperatures or when very low humidity levels are needed.

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