Why Do I Need A Dehumidifier?

Do you often have skin problems due to humidity in your home, clothes are often damp, mould and dust mites appear in your home, timber furniture rotting problems.

Do you often have skin problems due to humidity in your home, clothes are often damp, mould and dust mites appear in your home, timber furniture rotting problems, this is all because of your home humidity levels are too high and lead to problems, it is very important to maintain the right level of humidity in the environment of daily life, this is when you need a dehumidifier to effectively solve the problem of high humidity!


What are the effects of high humidity?


High humidity changes air quality
When the humidity in a room is too high, there is so much moisture in the air that airborne pollutants are attracted to the water droplets and cling to the floors and walls, increasing the level of pollution in our air. This can make us more susceptible to respiratory illnesses.


Mould Grows Easily
Air humidity of 50-65% is the optimum environment for mould to thrive, at this humidity mould is produced in large quantities and can cause respiratory illnesses, induce skin conditions, lead to a number of allergic reactions, and be more harmful to children and the elderly.


Damp Clothing
When there is too much humidity indoors, clothes often do not dry easily and are always wet. Damp clothes can harbour bacteria easily and can lead to problems such as skin diseases. If you use a dryer it will evaporate the moisture from the clothes onto the walls and can cause some damage to the clothes. That is why using a dehumidifier is the better way to go.


Increased Discomfort
A high temperature and humidity environment can make the body feel stuffy and uncomfortable as the humidity hinders the body's cooling mechanism, making it feel hotter and more uncomfortable. Humidity levels above 80% can cause increased body temperature, rapid heartbeat, irritability, fatigue, dizziness and other adverse symptoms. Severe dehydration may result. 
Low temperature and high humidity environment will make people feel more cold, will make people more prone to rheumatism, bronchitis, arthritis. Favours the spread of bacteria and viruses, increasing the risk of infectious diseases.


What Does a Dehumidifier Do?


Reduce Indoor Humidity
A dehumidifier is a device that condenses moisture in the air into liquid water. Most dehumidifiers work by reducing the humidity of the air by condensing the extracted air into liquid water through a refrigeration system. Another type of dehumidifier is the dryer dehumidifier, both of which maintain the humidity in the house at a set humidity range.

More Economically Efficient
With dehumidifying function there are also air conditioners, the main function of the air conditioner is cooling, cooling and dehumidification is one of its incidental functions, air conditioners dehumidification ability is poor, and need to be frequently switched on for normal operation, so it is relatively high energy consumption. Moreover, air-conditioners need to be cleaned both internally and externally frequently, resulting in higher maintenance fees. Dehumidifier is specifically for dehumidification, can be used for a long time, and low energy consumption, usually only need to general cleaning and replacement of filter elements.

In short, if your living environment often exceeds 50% humidity, then you need a dehumidifier to improve the living environment, you can choose the dehumidifier according to the size of the room. CROSSBOW dehumidifiers include 12L-25L per day type, easy to operate, just set the desired range of humidity, the dehumidifier will automatically dehumidify the room, and there is also the automatic reminder of the full of water function, also It is also connected to an external water pipe for drainage. There are various types of dehumidifiers. If you want to start a dehumidifier business, contact our experts and we will customise the right solution for you!

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