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De-Humidifier for boats...

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    Reducing moisture is an important factor in preventing mold and mildew. The Air-Dryrâ„¢ 1000 by Davis Instruments eliminates damp air from homes, boats and RVs.

    Designed to operate anywhere, the Air-Dryr 1000 is easier to use than a dehumidifier and effectively dries 1,000 cubic feet of air. By using natural convection to heat and move air, the silent, high-volume unit has no containers to empty or hoses to connect.

    Drawing damp air into its polycarbonate base, the Air-Dryr heats the air above the dew point and releases it out the top vents. The heated air rises and forces cooler, damp air through the Air-Dryr. This lowers the relative humidity and prevents mold and mildew growth.

    Containing no parts that cause sparking, the compact unit safely eliminates moisture from boats and RVs. Having a stable, low-profile design, the Air-Dryr fits conveniently in tight spaces. It has a 13.5" diameter and stands 4.25" high.

    With no switch, fan or thermostat, the UL-listed Air-Dryr provides trouble-free operation. It runs continuously and is safe to touch. A thermal cutoff shuts off the unit if airflow is impeded. Using little energy, the Air-Dryr draws 1.1 amps and costs the same to operate as a light bulb.

    In addition to the Air-Dryr 1000, Davis offers the Air-Dryr 500 for smaller spaces. The Davis Air-Dryr 1000 retails for $64.99.

    Contact Davis Instruments, 3465 Diablo Ave., Hayward, CA 94545. Phone: 510-732-9229; Fax: 510-732-9188.;
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