Dehumidification Systems

Industrial & Commercial Dehumidification Systems.

Dehumidification Technology

Dehumidification systems remove moisture from the air by using a desiccant, a material  which easily attracts and holds water vapor.

Built to meet the needs of users to promote healthy and productive indoor environmentsDesert Aire’s Dehumidification Systems are the world-class synthesis of your design  specifications. 

Our deep application expertise, patented technologies, advanced manufacturing process,  and strategic network of support and service coincide with the capabilities of our  products.

 

How Do Dehumidification Systems Work?

Keep Your Home Cool, Dry

“Excess moisture in your home can cause major issues over time,” points out Daniel O’Brian,  a technical expert at online retailer SupplyHouse.com. 

It can promote mold growth and the potential for respiratory ailments, and make your air  conditioner work harder by having tocool damp, heavier air.” By removing excess moisture  from the air, a dehumidifier can level the playing field and improve the overall comfort and  health of your home.  

Because a dehumidifier uses significantly less energy than an air conditioner, installing either a whole- house system or a smaller unit can cut cooling costs; not only does the air  conditioner not have to work as hard, but it also may run less often or at a higher  temperature.

How Do Dehumidification Systems Work?

Keep Your Home Cool, Dry

How does a dehumidifier work? A fan draws warm, humid air over a cold coil, which  condenses the moisture into liquid; the water is removed via a drain pipe. 

Dehumidifiers are controlled by an instrument called a dehumidistat, which turns the unit  on and off depending on the amount of moisture detected in the air.   

With the aid of custom-developed equipment, such as air dehumidifiers and air movers,  specially made for this function, water that is stuck in specific parts of the building, which  are difficult to access, get remove.