DryFan® does not produce liquid water. If it did it could be damaged by ice. Instead it vents water through a 41mm (1-1/2") exhaust pipe. This pipe can be a flexible hose or a common push-fit waste water pipe as you get in a local DIY store. In short, it vents water in a similar way to tumble dryer through a small hose and does the drying in a lot more energy efficient way than the tumble dryer.
DryFan® has feet that swivel out & have holes to double as a fixing points to surfaces including walls & ceilings. Just one of the patented features of the Ecor Pro models
Be Safe with DryFan® & DryBoat® - We take safety very seriously. Our home dehumidifiers use unique triple safety & are perhaps the safest home dehumidifiers in the market. However, we strongly suggest that if your dehumidifier will be working all day & every day that you should consider purchasing items designed for the purpose. Our DryFan® range & LD800 were designed specifically for Home spaces drying whether inside or outside he living area all day & every day.
The analogy is simple. A home dehumidifier is effectively a heating element in a plastic box. Would you leave your toaster on unattended? Click on the EXAMPLES BELOW to be better informed. Dryfan must be the safer alternative.
DryFan® can be used all around the home to stop condensation. This is often near windows, on back walls or behide wardrobes. Condensation can appear on clothes in the wardrobes as mould ruining items.
LOFTS / BASEMENTS / CRAWL SPACES
Moisture from the home migrates out from the living spaces through ceilings, floors and wardrobe doors. Its migrates to the basement, loft & crawl spaces. No area is prevented from being dried. No need to empty DryFan® of water or permenantly drain that can block or freeze and cause flooding. Just clean the air filter once in a while. Attach DryFan® to ceilings or walls or even upside down on the ceiling in basements.
CARAVANS / HOLIDAY HOMES / GARAGES
Outside buildings can get very cold but still damp. Normal dehumidifiers will stop working above zero degrees to prevent damage from ice. Compressor dehumidifiers also extract little water nelow 10°C. DryFan® just keeps going, drying all the way to -20°C (-4°F). DryFan® is a commercial grade unit for the home. DryFan® will even restart after a power out automatically to resume drying, perfect if the power supply is unstable.
Standard fitting. Warm air exhaust is a standard push fit plumbing fitting for easy install
Ideal for area in the home not heated but prone to damp like laundry rooms, basements & crawl spaces
DryFan® 12 and a process air exhaust meaning dry, clean air can be ducted so ideal for use in lofts to keeps rooms below dry.
Can be used on a buboard space. Quiet and out of sight with a neat overall look protecting the home.
Wet air enters & is filtered before drying. Wet, warm air can then be exhausted via a 41mm (1-1/2") push fit plumbing connector to the outside. DryFan® 12 can duct clean, dry air perfect for basements, cupboards & lofts
Inbuilt humidity regulator allows you to set the level of humidity of the space you want to dry. Two modes of fan on always or fan on only when drying
DryFan® 12 can exhaust processed air meaning dry, clean air can be ducted to where you want. Ideal for hiding in bathroom lofts to keep the bathroom dry and fresh. Much more energy efficient than an extracter fan.
DryFan® can be remote controlled. A remote humidity sensor with 5m cable can be added safely to the space being dried.
Can The Hoses be Lengthened?
The water can indeed be exhausted vertically upwards. Ideally, there should be a decline in the exhaust hose to stop condensation building in the exhaust and running back into the dehumidifier. However, there will be instances when this is not possible nor desired.
If the exhaust length is short, condensation may be unlikely to build in the exhaust hose at all. Longer lengths or units used in colder climates may need the exhaust hose lagged with insulation or a condensation trap used on the exhaust hose put into the hose.
Can The Hoses be Lengthened?
The DryFan® units can have hoses extended further than prescribed in the movie. However, extraction performance will reduce the longer the hose lengths are as a result of air resistance. This may be overcome by using wider ducts than prescribed to allow less restricted airflow.