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Garage dehumidifiers help you to maintain reliable environmental conditions. They are important for the general welfare of the building, which is often subject to leaks, damp and mould - but they are also ideal for garages and workshops where people keep classic cars, motorbikes, bicycles, camping equipment, tools and other hobby equipment that needs to be properly looked after.
Maintaining a stable environment in your garage or workshop can be critical - whether it's a business workshop area or a home hobby.
If the temperature in the garage over winter mainly stays above 10°C then you can use a large compressor dehumidifier, such as the MeacoDry Arete® One 20L or 25L Dehumidifier and Air Purifier as they are both designed to work really well down to 10°C. Desiccant dehumidifiers, like the Meaco DD8L range, are a popular choice when the temperature drops below 10°C for an extended period of time because they work well at lower temperatures, extracting water and using continuous drainage where available to get rid of the resulting water. This means you can maintain a regular humidity level, helping you to keep things like cars, motorbikes, tools and more in the best conditions you can.
The Arete® range of dehumidifiers come with the option of a bespoke pump for continuous drainage, so you don't have to go out to the garage to empty the dehumidifier, whilst the Meaco DD8L Zambezi Dehumidifier is the only domestic dehumidifier in the world to come with its own daily run timer, if you want to control how many hours a day the dehumidifier runs for.
You can use these units in unheated garages and workshops - in fact, they are idea for these spaces. Energy efficient and quiet to run, these types of garage dehumidifiers can be wall mounted. If you have been wondering how best to manage humidity levels in your cold garage or workshop, it's worth investigating how dehumidifiers work in these spaces and remove moisture from the air to help reduce the instances of damp and mould.
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