February 1, 2008
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The company’s ExpertAire™ Series dehumidifier replaces several of the company’s product lines including its IH, WC, PD, and PDW products. Available in 1 to 15 tons, ExpertAire™ is designed to dehumidify industrial, commercial, and residential applications such as poolrooms and libraries, manufacturing plants, water and wastewater treatment plants, among others. The unit is available with the CA2500 controller, a microprocessor-based system that controls temperature and humidity. Other features include R-410A refrigerant, which is available on all sizes; and the use of coils with a rifled tube, lanced fin design, designed to yield more moisture removal capacity with a lower pressure drop for the blower.
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