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Dehumidifiers: Atlas Sales & Rentals, Inc.

September 17, 2012
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Atlas_Sales_and_Service-091712-body.jpgThe company’s new portable dehumidifier is deigned to deliver up to 40% higher water removal.

A new portable dehumidifier that delivers significantly higher water removal than competitive-sized units is available from Atlas Sales & Rentals, Inc. The LGR 7000XLi dehumidifier removes 130 pints (61.5 liters) at AHAM* (80°F /60% rh) and 235 pints (111 liters) at saturation while drawing only 8.3 amps of 115-V power, making it the best and most energy-efficient performer in its category. Weighing 107 lb and designed for ease of mobility, the LGR 7000 has been tested to deliver 40% better low-grain performance than competitive units.

The LGR 7000's performance is based on patent-pending Advanced Crossflow Technology, which manages internal airflow for maximum water removal. Warm, dehumidified air exhausts out the bottom of the unit to speed drying at floor level. The unit is equipped with sensors that continuously monitor and display real-time temperature and relative humidity and automatically optimize performance. A built-in humidistat and plain-language control panel messages contribute to ease of use.

Featuring a rugged, roto-molded polyethylene housing that carries a lifetime limited warranty, the LGR 7000 also stacks to save storage space. It provides powerful yet portable performance in a range of drying applications in water damage restoration, construction, and similar environments.

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