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Meaco Dehumidifier Wins Platinum Award

In their December issue T3 reviewed the Meaco DD8L, in a head-to-head against a competitor model and it came out on top, winning T3’s Platinum Award and scoring 5 stars! Top marks!

Also, the Meaco 25L Ultra Low energy dehumidifier was featured in the same issue, in the ‘best of the best‘ feature, within the Best of Living section.

We are pleased that the various Meaco models are consistently rated high and it is great to learn that the publication ‘marvelled at the eight litres of moisture the DD8L extracted daily’.

The Meaco DD8L model is a perfect addition for smaller, damp-prone homes or even offices. It is relatively quiet and helps allergy sufferers with its built-in ioniser and anti-bacterial filter.

Meaco featured and reviewed in T3’s latest December issue

Investing in a dehumidifier will provide a wealth of health benefits. We have collated the top reasons to add a Meaco to your Christmas list below…

  • Dehumidifiers extract moisture from the air. This in turn ensures the onset of dust mites, mould and mildew is reduced by creating an inhospitable environment for them.
  • Dehumidifiers help prevent Asthma attacks by reducing the triggers such as dust mites, mould etc. and helps improve respiratory problems, along with Air Purifiers.
  • Dehumidifiers are unobtrusive, running quietly in the background, needing little maintenance.
  • By reducing the build up of mould and damp, clothes will dry faster and musty smells will be no more!
  • Dehumidifiers significantly minimise the onset of condensation by extracting as much excess water from the air as possible

These benefits are also outlined in Meaco’s latest TV advertising. Have you spotted our adverts yet? If you have, tweet us.

You can see the Meaco advert here via Youtube:

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Meaco launches UK TV campaign

Meaco are promoting the benefits of using a dehumidifier to reduce humidity, condensation and damp problems with a series of national TV commercials – have you spotted them?

Starting November 2017 Meaco will be rolling out a £100k advertising campaign to promote and showcase its dehumidifiers through retail, TV and online channels. The campaign aims to show how Meaco dehumidifiers can be used to solve the issues of condensation, damp and mould to create a better environment for the family. The campaign will start with the 12L Low Energy dehumidifier, with the adverts hosted on the following channels: ITV Channels, Comedy Central, Discovery and Food Network, with the potential to expand to Boomerang, Cartoon Network, Cartoonito and More4.

“As well as supporting our retailers, we are reaching out to families to show that they do not have to put up with damp, mould and condensation issues during the British winter, and that a Meaco dehumidifier can make the home a drier, warmer, healthier and nicer environment for their whole family” commented Chris Michael Director of Meaco talking about the campaign. “Dehumidifiers have not appeared on television for a very, very long time now and we are delighted to be the company to bring them back and lead the way.  This is all part of Meaco’s plan to move the dehumidifier market forward both in terms of innovation and awareness. ”

The TV campaign will highlight the awards Meaco has already received from both Which? and the Good Housekeeping Institute, demonstrating that Meaco is a trusted and quality brand with a proven track record. The commercial for the award winning DD8L Zambezi, Meaco’s newest model, launched in 2016 after three years of intense research and development, will highlight Meaco’s relationship with the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. For each sale of a DD8L Zambezi, Meaco donates to the DSWF supported Elephant Orphanage. To date, Meaco have donated over £21,000!

 

You can watch the Meaco TV advert via Youtube below:

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Meaco 25L Low Energy Dehumidifier featured in ByeMould

“If Carlsberg made dehumidifiers they would surely make Meaco dehumidifiers!”MEACO 25L DEHUMIDIFIER FRONT

Great to see Meaco’s 25L Ultra Low Energy Dehumidifier featured on the independent dehumidifier expert website ByeMould.com following on from the feature of the MeacoWall Dehumidifier Range in August.

There is a lot of praise currently coming in for Europe’s first DC invertor dehumidifier.  The 25L won a Best Buy award from gadget experts T3 Magazine and also received Good Housekeeping Institute Tried and Tested approval in 2017.  People are appreciating the fact that this dehumidifier is so versatile.  It can be run quieter than any other compressor dehumidifier at just 41dB or can dry laundry faster than other dehumidifiers in it’s high speed laundry mode making it suitable for use in a wider range of applications from flats to 5 bedroom houses and museums and art galleries.

As the days become cooler getting close to winter, leaving clothes to dry indoors will encourage mould growth as well as making your home colder and increasing your heating bills. The 25L Low Energy can be used to safely and efficiently tumble dry clothes, preventing a build up of moisture. The ‘dehumidryer’ is also a cost-effective alternative to tumble dryers, as its unique DC inverter (the first in any domestic dehumidifier) runs at just 270 watts.

Take a look at our most energy efficient compressor dehumidifier, part of the award winning Meaco range.

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Meaco dehumidifier featured in T3

Fantastic to have our 20L Low Energy Dehumidifier, also a Which? best buy 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017, featured in T3’s September issue.

If you haven’t already, it’s worth investing in a dehumidifier as although the British summer is drawing to a close, there are numerous benefits to using a dehumidifier throughout the year. In summer, they are ideal for reducing the likelihood of allergies, difficulty breathing, watery eyes and sneezing, and it reduces the humidity levels, decreasing the onset of mold and mildew.

We have a  vast range of dehumidifiers for the home, commercial use and also super sleek and stylish wall mounted ones to choose from.

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Survive a sticky British summer with Meaco dehumidifiers

Survive a sticky British summer with Meaco dehumidifiers

Now that summer has arrived and temperatures are rising, there is also the risk of a rise in humidity, and the associated problems this can cause to health and property. Sticky unpleasant weather, and a rise in levels of air pollutants are the obvious ones. Chris Michael from Meaco, looks at this problem and how it can be alleviated.

5 reasons why summer humidity can be bad for you

  1. People are sensitive to humid air because the human body uses evaporative cooling as the primary mechanism to regulate temperature Humid weather makes it harder for our bodies to cool down which in worse cases can cause heat stroke or hyperthermia. The rate at which perspiration evaporates on the skin is lower than it would be under drier conditions, so we feel warmer when the relative humidity is high than when it is low
  2. High humidity can cause headaches, fatigue, or in worse cases, migraines
  3. Dust Mites reproduce faster in your bed increasing allergic reactions
  4. Mould grows faster in bathrooms also increasing allergic reactions, and basements can be particularly prone to damp in the summer
  5. Viruses live longer on children’s toys according to researchers at Georgia State University in Atlanta (2 hours v 24 hours)
  6. Bonus fact – It takes longer for the play to start after the roof closes on Centre Court because the humidity needs to be balanced – this is a major issue for some people!

 

60%rh is generally regarded as the upper end of a ‘safe’ relative humidity zone by conservation experts, as mould grows above 68%rh .

Solution

High humidity combined with an increase in allergens and therefore allergic reactions can now be controlled in the home with a dehumidifier.  The Meaco 12L and 20L Low Energy Dehumidifiers provide low cost dehumidification to reduce the humidity level with the bonus of a HEPA filter to help remove the dangerous allergens from the air.

The Meaco 20L Low Energy Dehumidifier has a Which? Best Buy for the past three years and is part of the exclusive Platinum Range of compressor dehumidifiers. It extracts lots of water but uses very little electricity, making them perfect for summer use.

It comes with a HEPA filter, so doubling as an air purifier, removing allergens smaller than the eye can see from the air such as pollen, dust mites, mould spores and pet dander.

Meaco build their dehumidifiers to be as efficient as possible to keep costs to a minimum. The unique Meaco control logic means that you get the best balance between saving money and accurate dehumidification.  When the target relative humidity has been reached the dehumidifier will switch to fan only mode to check that the relative humidity is stable.  It will then go to sleep for 30 minutes at which time it will wake up and run its’ fan again to check the relative humidity once more.  This process saves a lot of money on electricity, especially when compared against other dehumidifiers which keep their fans running permanently regardless of the level of humidity in the room.

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About Meaco

Established in 1991, Meaco produces award-winning dehumidifiers and air purifiers distributed in over twenty countries throughout Europe and South Africa. The firm is also the UK’s exclusive distributor of Mitsubishi Electric’s range of dehumidifiers, spares, and repairs. A winner of three Which? “Best Buy” awards, Meaco’s expertise is unrivalled, and its products cater for all needs, from home and industrial dehumidification to specialist areas such as boating, caravanning and swimming pools.

Meaco began by specialising in monitoring and control equipment for museums and art galleries. In 1992 the firm developed the world’s first radio based environmental monitoring system in conjunction with the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and quickly established itself as one of the most important suppliers of humidity monitoring and control equipment to museums across Europe. In 2005 Meaco divested the museum side of the business to concentrate on manufacturing its own dehumidifier range.

Based in Guildford, Surrey, and an owner-managed business, Meaco is a socially aware company, sponsoring local grass roots sports supporting local mini and youth rugby as well as swimming through which they meet and now sponsor the Team GB kayaker Rachel Cawthorn who recently competed at the Rio Olympics. For each unit sale of the firm’s Zambezi dehumidifier model a financial contribution is made to the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation to assist its elephant conservation work in Africa.

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