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Dehumidifier 110v - Drieaze 1200

Product code: 160136
Drieaze dehumidifier
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Drieaze 1200 Dehumidifier for Hire - Guaranteed in Stock!

Suitable for - Office, Retail, Leisure centres, Schools, Hotels & Healthcare

  • 110v
  • Compact, Quiet & Highly Portable
  • Removes up to 68.6 litres a day. With proper use, this dehumidifier can help dry out carpet, carpet pads, floors, walls, building contents plus more. Using dehumidifiers can also help prevent secondary damage caused by high humidity.

Our compact, quiet and highly portable 110v Dehumidifier Drieaze 1200 is simple to use and is capable of pumping 55 litres of water per day up to 12 metres away -- including 5 metres uphill.

Offering fast and efficient dehumidification, significantly reducing the risk of developing mould, damp and fungi in a building, this unit draws the air in from the room over a filter, passing it over some cold coils (similar to the coils on a fridge). Since the coils are cold, the air reaches dew point and water is collected in an internal reservoir and pumped to a drain or container up to 12 metres away. The air is then reheated up to room temperature and blown back out of the dehumidifier.

Humid environments can also encourage pests such as fleas, dust mites and moths to thrive, and can cause people a great deal of discomfort - from problems sleeping right through to excessive sweating. This machine's compact design makes it well-suited to use in a whole host of smaller settings such as homes, offices, retail units, hotels, and leisure or educational facilities, helping to create a healthier and more pleasant living or working environment.

Allowing monitored, timed drying, the Drieaze 1200 also incorporates simple intelligent touch pad controls; a robust handle and semi-pneumatic wheels for excellent mobility; and accessories such as an RCD and Extension Lead and specialist drying attachments.

Accessories available:

  • RCD
  • Extension Lead
  • Specialist drying attachments

Technical specification:

  • Supplier - Dri-Eaz
  • Dimensions - H × W × D: 830 × 500 × 500mm
  • Weight - 36kg
  • Temperature Operating Range - 1° - 38°C
  • Compressor Type - 6670 BTU Rotary
  • Process Air Output - 227 CFM
  • Water Pump-Out - Centrifugal
  • Air Filter - 3M HAF (High Airflow)
  • Housing - Rotomolded Polyethylene
  • Safety - ETL listed to CSA 22.2 #92



All prices are in GBP and exclude VAT and Damage Waiver

Hire periods explained

  • Same day return - The item must be returned before we close at 17.00 hours on the same business day.
  • + Day - This is the rate for an Additional Day of hire.
  • Weekend - The weekend rate covers Friday 12pm to Monday 12pm.
  • Weekly - The maximum rate for each 7 day period.
  • Items are available for longer term hire. Please enquire.


Q - How does a dehumidifier work?

  • A dehumidifier removes excess moisture from a room, helping to protect the building's structure and contents from the damaging effects of mould and mildew, and protecting the health of any people living or spending time there. 

Q - Where does the water come from and where does it go?

  • All air contains water. The amount of water found in the air inside your home is likely to be increased, however, by many everyday activities such as washing clothes, showering, cooking and boiling the kettle - as well as breathing! 
  • Usually the water that is collected from the air by your dehumidifier collects in a tank inside the unit. Many small domestic dehumidifiers need to be emptied manually once the tank is full. Other dehumidifiers come with an internal condensate pump, which pumps the water through a tube to your chosen location, such as a drain.

Q - Can I use the water that collects in the bucket?

  • The water that collects in the dehumidifier's tank can be used to water plants. It should not be consumed by humans or animals because it may contain traces of substances that could cause illness.

Q - What do 'pints per day' and 'CFM' mean?

  • A "30 pint" (or 14.2 litre) dehumidifier is capable of extracting 30 pints of water from the air each day  (“pints per day”). 
  • CFM stands for cubic feet (of air) per minute. 

Q - How do I know how big a dehumidifier I need?

  • To work out how big your dehumidifier needs to be, you will need to establish
    • the square footage of the area you wish to dehumidify
    • the room's conditions - which will help you to estimate the amount of moisture you need to remove per day, and whether that is average, or perhaps above average, for that sized room
  • For a slightly damp room, you will probably be able to manage with a dehumidifier with the rated capacity for your square footage. If the area is particularly damp, however, you will need to choose a dehumidifier with a little more capacity. If the room is extremely wet, and therefore the unit will be dealing with extremely tough conditions, you will need a large capacity to reduce relative humidity levels to a comfortable and healthy level.

Q - How does a dehumidifier prevent mould and mildew?

  • Fungi require airborne water as well as surface water in order to grow successfully. Dehumidifiers work to dry out the room. This removes damp from the fabric and contents of the room, which would otherwise provide a surface for mould and mildew to form on.

Q - Where is the best place to site my dehumidifier?

  • To achieve top performance it's crucial to position your dehumidifier correctly. Most manufacturers recommend placing the unit at least six inches away from walls or any other structure that could prevent optimum air flow in and out of the dehumidifier.
  • Always check the manufacturer's guidelines for product-specific recommendations.

Q - What are the running costs?

  • As a guide, it costs about 10 to 12 pence per hour for 1kW of electricity, so you will need to look at the wattage of the units you are interested in. For example, a 300 watt machine would cost about 3 to 4 pence an hour, depending on what you pay for your electricity from your specific supplier. 



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