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Types of dehumidifier

There are 4 different types of dehumidifier. Ebac only recommends refrigerant dehumidifiers for use in UK occupied homes. We strongly suggest you do not use a desiccant dehumidifier as they have very high running costs.

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Refrigerant

Ideal for UK domestic applications like removing damp and condensation

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Peltier

Reasonable for small levels of water extraction

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Desiccant

Not suitable for UK domestic applications due to the very high running costs

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Chemical absorption

Only work in very small areas such as cupboards

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Smart Control

An automatic intelligent control system that adapts to the changing environment and controls the dehumidifier accordingly. Lower running costs and a faster solution to damp and condensation problems.

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Preset humidistat

The worst control system. Not only is it not automatic and intelligent but forces humidity to be set at a pre-determined level. This type of control system will be the worst-performing of them all.

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Infinite humidistat

Although a humidistat does not have the advantages of Smart Control, an infinite humidistat allows the humidity settings to be changed in smaller, 1 degree increments. A better solution than a preset humidistat.

Extraction rates

Ebac has over 50 years of experience and has sold over 1 million dehumidifiers. Based on our real-world experience almost all damp and condensation problems will be solved by removing 1.5 to 2 litres of moisture per day.

Too much

Too much

Removing more than 2 litres per day is pointless and expensive.

Too little

Too little

Removing too little moisture will not solve your problem.

Just right

Just right

Removing up to 2 litres per day is the perfect amount.