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The new Condair DP range of swimming pool dehumidifiers offer a comprehensive choice for small to large commercial pools, all of which incorporate condensing technology and heat recovery systems to provide energy efficient operation.

In-room units are attractively designed and wall-mounted. They draw moist air in at the bottom and release dry air out of the top.

A similar range is available to be located in a room adjacent to the swimming pool room. Air is drawn from the pool area via ducting, dried by the dehumidifier and then supplied back to the room.

Ceiling mounted units can be located above a suspended ceiling system or left exposed if floor or wall space is not available in the pool or utility area.

Floor standing systems offer high performance dehumidification as well as electric heating options that can replace the need for other space heating. They can also introduce fresh air from outside as well as vent exhaust air.

Heat recovery systems maximise energy efficiency and can recover heat from the room or the dehumidification process back to the supply air. Alternatively, it can be used to heat the pool water.

The Condair DP dehumidifiers are expressly manufactured for indoor swimming pools with corrosion proof casings and evaporators. A wide range of standard options are offered across the ranges to meet the requirements of any indoor pool area.

Condair Australia managing director, Ian Eitzen, said custom-made designs are also available upon request. 

“We are delighted to be able to offer such a comprehensive range of dehumidifiers specifically designed to meet the needs of indoor swimming pool environments,” he said.

“Condair can assist with a design service to support clients needing to find the right size and option, plus we can meet their install and service requirements.”    

Condair is the world’s leading specialist in humidity control and evaporative cooling, with energy efficient, hygienic and innovative technologies for commercial, industrial and heritage applications. You can find out more at the company’s website at www.condair.com.au .

 

 

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