New unit leads in performance and AHAM water removal
December 12, 2011
The Dri-Eaz LGR 7000XLi dehumidifier delivers breakthrough low-grain performance up to 40% better than competing products, giving restorers a real advantage.
“The AHAM and max numbers are a big advance,” said Brandon Burton, Education Manager for Dri-Eaz. “But the low grain performance truly puts this unit in a new category. It lets the restoration contractor easily dry down to conditions that other units just can’t reach.”
The 7000 provides superior performance in a unit with the footprint of a Dri-Eaz Evolution. Dri-Eaz engineers utilized Advanced Crossflow Technology, a patent-pending heat exchange airflow system that delivers a tested 130 pints per day at AHAM (80°F/60% RH) and 235 pints at max (90°F/90% RH).