Alden Pool & Municipal Supply Co.
The Hi-E Dry Store
1-800-253-7235 1-507-863-2367 (Fax)
Over 35 years serving the industry Member of: AWWA, MRWA, MWOA & ABPA
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Serving the Upper Midwest
MN, IA, ND, SD, WI
|HI-E Dry Model 100||HI-E Dry Model 195||Articles on Dehumidification|
|Treats 15,000 cu. ft.; approximately 40' x 40' x 8'||Treats 35,000 cu. ft.; approximately 65' x 65 x 8'|
Hi-E Dry repacement filters also available
HI-E DRY dehumidifiers control damaging moisture and humidity in a wide range of commercial applications. All HI-E DRY models operate in a variety of conditions, including lower temperatures down to 35°F, offering the best combination of operating temperature range, efficiency, water removal capacity, and low unit cost. Below is a list of typical HI-E DRY commercial applications.
Benefits of HI-E DRY Dehumidification
Low Unit Cost
HI-E DRY dehumidifiers utilize heat transfer innovations that dramatically improve performance. This enables Therma-Stor to build higher capacity dehumidifiers with smaller refrigeration systems. That results in lower equipment cost.
Low Installation Cost
A smaller refrigeration system requires a smaller electrical load. The HI-E DRY model 195 removes over 183 pounds of water a day (80°F 60% RH) while drawing only twelve amps of electricity. The HI-E DRY 195 plugs into a 115 volt 15 amp outlet, and provides all the humidity control necessary for a 440 square foot pool. (82°F Air Temp., 80°F Water Temp. 60% Relative Humidity)
Low Operating Cost
HI-E DRY dehumidifiers remove two to three times more water per kilowatt hour of electricity than conventional dehumidifiers. Annual energy savings from controlling the humidity of a 440 square foot pool would be about 15,000 KWH., or $1,200.00 at $0.08 KWH.
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