PureGuardian Small Space Dehumidifier

Catalog Item # 100558

Humidity can promote the growth of airborne allergens such as mold spores and dust mites.

Excess moisture can also cause that unpleasant ""musty"" odor that can be left on your clothing, towels, furniture, or anything that is stored in small spaces. The PureGuardian Small Space Dehumidifier is a great solution for reducing humidity in small areas such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, closets, RVs and boats where the moisture quickly accumulates. This lightweight portable unit runs quietly. No need to worry about an overflowing tank, the indicator lights up when the tank is full and the unit will automatically shut off! It utilizes Peltier (thermo-electric) technology with no large/heavy compressor needed. No filters are required and Silverclean Protection makes it maintenance-free.

    Features:
  • Enhances comfort by removing excess moisture from the air in small indoor spaces where dampness or humidity is a problem. The tank collects up to approximately 360 ml of water per day at 80% humidity.
  • Small footprint is perfect for small areas that collect moisture such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, closets, RV’s, boats and even tiny homes!
  • Reduces allergens and that unpleasant "musty" smell caused by mold and mildew that can be left on clothing and towels.
  • Runs quietly with Peltier (thermo-electric) technology, while reducing the humidity level that can promote the growth airborne allergens such as mold spores and dust mites.
  • Easy to use design features electronic On/Off controls and automatically shuts off when the tank is full. It is treated with Silverclean Technology to fight the growth of slimy mold and mildew on the surface of the water tank.
  • Full Tank Indicator Light
  • Automatic Shut-Off When Full

  • Technical Specifications

    5 lbs.

    by Anonymous – October 24, 2017
    Room Size Range: less than 100 sq. ft.
    by Camping World – October 25, 2017
    by Anonymous – March 01, 2017
    The tank capacity is .33 gallon.
    by Camping World – April 14, 2017
    by Tinyhousewife – January 23, 2017
    Power Consumption: 60 watts / 5 amps
    by Camping World – January 24, 2017

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