National Radon Defense

Energy Efficient Dehumidifiers

Indoor Air Quality Issue:

High humidity levels (over 60%) in homes is a breeding ground for harmful microscopic organisms that can cause serious health issues. It’s extremely important to keep humidity levels in check to prevent mold growth and the spreading of allergens and particulates. Basements and crawlspaces commonly have issues with humidity.

People with asthma, allergies, respiratory illness, and/or headaches have experienced huge benefits from the Sani-Dry Air System.

What Sani-Dry Does:

Sani-Dry's unique design allows it to remove moisture, musty smells, airborne particulates and allergens for a large area. This industrial strength dehumidifier achieves incredible results while consuming the same electrical usage of a small, retail model found in hardware stores.

National Radon Defense offers the following two dehumidifiers. Both units include a low-maintenance, self-draining design that can operate in low temperatures down to 40°F.

The SaniDry™ XP Basement Air System is energy efficient three times more efficient than a consumer-branded store dehumidifier, is capable of dehumidifying an area of up to 2,500 square feet, and comes equipped with an air filter.

The SaniDry™ CX is a dehumidifier system designed and energy efficient for crawl spaces with a coverage area of up to 2,200 square feet.

Installation Time:

Installing the SaniDry™ XP and SaniDry™ CX can be done in a timely fashion, while not adding any additional time to the original job.

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Why Choose Our Dehumidifiers?

When compared to our dehumidifiers, the typical consumer branded-dehumidifier systems are highly inefficient and just aren't powerful enough to dehumidify the entire basement or crawl space. In some instances the evaporator coil may even freeze when the temperature dips below 70° F .

The common hardware store dehumidifier contains a weaker blowing motor, in comparison to our dehumidifiers, and collection trays need to be emptied daily, sometimes more than once! Consumer branded dehumidifiers can remove 30-40 pints of water per day, provided that the wet air is circulated to be dried.

SaniDry™ CX Specifications:
Power 700 watts @ 80°F and 60% RH
Air Circulation 300 CFM
Weight 86 lbs.
Capacity 109 Pints/Day @ 80°F and 60% RH / Up to 2200 sq. ft
Dimension 20"x15"X37-1/4"
Operating Temperature Range 40-95°F
Ducting Yes
Efficiency Standard 65% Efficient, ASHRAE Dust Spot Test
EPA ENERGY STAR® Certified Yes
SaniDry™ XP Specifications:
Power 110-120 VAC, 6.75 amps / 742 Watts
Blower 300 CFM
Weight 106 lbs.
Capacity 109 pints/day @ 80'F, 60% RH / Up to 2500 sq. ft (8 ft ceiling)
Dimension 19 ¾"x:36½"x:17½"
Operating Temperature Range 40 to 95 F
Ducting Yes
Refrigerant Type R-410 A
EPA ENERGY STAR® Certified Yes
Air Filter MERV-11

The SaniDry™ XP can remove 109 pints of water per day, and its powerful blowing motor is strong enough to duct air into a finished basement space, while the unit itself is stored in an unfinished area. The SaniDry™ XP also has a built-in defrost system designed to operate down to 40°F-- it will not freeze in most basement conditions.

Its MERV 11 air filter can remove particles from the air as small as 2 microns, while an optional odor filter helps rid the air of stronger odors. With its completely digital interface, you can set it and forget it, or install a dehumidifier control box in your finished space.

For crawl spaces and low-ceiling basements, the SaniDry™ CX may be the perfect option for you. This unit is the industry's best for dehumidifying a damp, humid crawl space. The SaniDry™ CX can remove up to 109 pints of water out of the air per day, operates in temperatures as low as 40°F and is also self-draining.

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