Air-Dryr helps prevent mold and mildew

Air-Dryr helps prevent mold and mildew

As seasons change, damp outdoor conditions can bring mold, mildew and corrosion issues inside. The Air-Dryr from Davis Instruments is an inexpensive and effective way to combat these problems.

air-dryr-737Air-Dryr is the perfect choice for winterization of vacation cabins, boats, and RVs. Constant air circulation reduces condensation in enclosed spaces that are sealed up during the fall and winter.

Great in basements, closets and lockers, the Air-Dryr can be used year-round in the home. Storage units, tack rooms, pump rooms, gun cabinets and even piano rooms can benefit from continually circulating air as well.

Designed to operate anywhere, 24 hours a day, the Air-Dryr uses natural convection to circulate the air. There aren’t any switches, fans or thermostats required. No fan motor to fail and completely silent operation are key features.

The Air-Dryr should be placed on the floor in any damp, enclosed space and plugged into a 110 volt outlet. The damp air is heated to the point moisture is held in suspension, above dew point, then released through the top vents of the device. As warmed air rises, cooler damp air is drawn in, where it too is heated.

Costing no more to operate than the burning of a light bulb, the Air-Dryr makes no sound. Safe to the touch, a thermal cutoff turns the unit off should air flow be impeded. Slim and stable, it can be placed out of the way in confined spaces. The Air-Dryr’s neutral, beige polycarbonate housing delivers strength and durability.

The rectangular Air-Dryr 500 effectively handles up to 500 cu. ft. of space, measures 14″ L x 5″ W x 4.5″ H, draws only 0.6 amps, 70W. The circular Air-Dryr 1000, is for larger spaces up to 1,000 cu. ft., measures 13.5″ in diameter and 4.25″ H, draws only 1.1 amps, 130W. You can find the Air-Dryr on Amazon.

Information obtained from press release.

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