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Davis Air Dryers

Davis Air Dryers

Description

The Davis Air Dryers are a cost-effective way to fight moisture problems. cold drafts, and corrosion.

Features

  • Designed to operate anywhere, 24 hours a day
  • Attractive, neutral beige housing made of polycarbonate for strength and durability
  • Thermal cutoff turns the unit off should air flow be impeded
List Price
$59.99
Your Price
$45.56
In Stock

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Details

Handles up to 1000 cubic feet of living space. Draws only 1.1 amps,130 watts. Circular unit measures 13.5" in diameter (34 cm) and 4.25" high (11 cm). EU model handles up to 28 cubic meters of living space.

Place Air-Dryr on the floor in any damp, enclosed space and plug into a 110/120 volt outlet. The damp air is heated to the point moisture is held in suspension (above dew point), then released through the top vents of the device. As warmed air rises, cooler damp air is drawn in, where it too is heated. Air-Dryr costs no more to operate than the burning of a light bulb.

Key Features of all Air-Dryr Units:

  • Slim and stable
  • Can be placed out of the way in confined spaces
  • Handle a high volume of air
  • Safe to the touch
  • Low operating cost
  • Trouble free
  • no switch, fan, or thermostat; uses natural convection to circulate the air
  • Silent operation
  • Safe for marine use
  • no components which cause sparking
  • UL listed


Use at Home or Office

  • Basements
  • Closets
  • Under Desks
  • Storage Units
  • Tack Rooms
  • Pump Rooms
  • Gun Cabinets
  • Pianos
  • Use in RVs
  • Motor Homes
  • Trailers Cars Airplanes


Use in Boats

  • Cabins
  • Bilges
  • Engine Rooms
  • V-Berths

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Davis Air Dryers 1459 Air dryer 500
$45.56
In Stock
Davis Air Dryers 1458 Air dryer 1000
$53.16
In Stock
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