There aren't too many people who feel comfortable sitting in a humid home and if you're one of them you can find relief with this high-quality dehumidifier by Danby. The unit is designed to take out 60 pints of water (28.4 litres) every 24 hours and depending on the specific conditions can work its magic in areas up to 3,600 square feet in space. Unlike other Danby dehumidifiers which feature gravity drain systems, the water in the DDR60B3WP is conveniently removed via the internal condensate pump for easy pumped drainage. This model boasts the well-known Energy Star rating which means helps to conserve electricity and keep your costs down. The R410A refrigerant also makes it an environmentally-friendly device. The dual fan speeds can be easily set with the modern Electronic and remote-control system and the coils are kept free of ice buildup due to the automatic de-icing unit. The dehumidifier also has a clever auto-restart feature in case of a power failure and the low temperature device enables the machine to operate continuously until the temperature reaches 5 C. Cleaning is a simple task with the handy removable air filter and the convenient castors make this model easy to transport. To top things off, this elite dehumidifier comes with a 24-month warranty on parts and labour.
- 60 U.S. pint (28.4 liter) capacity per 24 hours
- For areas up to 4,000 sq. ft. depending on conditions
- Energy Star® compliant
- Environmentally friendly R410A refrigerant
- Electronic controls
- 2 Fan speeds (High/Low)
- Low temperature feature allows the system to continue to operate until temperature reaches 41 F (5 C)
- Auto Restart feature
- Auto de-icer prevents ice build-up on coils
- Direct drain feature for continuous operation
- Removable air filter is easy to clean
- Castors for easy portability
- Internal condensate pump for easy drainage
40 Pint & Over Dehumidifier
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