CRS 70L Dehumidifier

A high volume industrial dehumidifier ideal for site or flood restoration use

The rugged and reliable CRS 70L Dehumidifier's steel case is built to withstand the rigours of daily site use and it is also available in dual voltage along with accessories including condensate pump, humidistat and hour counter.

EX VAT

£772.83£695.55 for 4+ units

  • Suitable for most Industrial and Commercial applications
  • During construction and finishing on building sites
  • After fire or flood damage
  • During the storage of sensitive materials and products such as documents and ingredients
  • In data centres or Equipment rooms where electrical switching equipment might affected by moisture
Max Extraction 25.5L/24hrs @ 70%RH/20°C
70.65L/24hrs @ 100%RH/35°C
Supply 110v or 240v/50Hz/1ph (Dual voltage available)
Nominal Running Current 3.6A (240v)
Size 770mm / 445mm / 470mm
Weight 36kg
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