The ComDry series is a range of desiccant dehumidifiers with high drying capacity, reliability and low energy consumption. The solid casing is excellent at withstanding corrosion and the dehumidifiers robustness makes it very versatile in a wide range of applications. They are also easy to stack and transport.
Munters ComDry series is particularly suited to water and fire damage restoration operations as well as archives, waterworks and the construction industry. ComDry units can also be used to reduce the relative humidity in storage rooms, cellars, archives and other limited spaces.
The ComDry M170L is designed for applications in closed rooms, unheated basements or where it is prohibited to keep windows open overnight due to security/insurance issues. The air-cooled condenser cools the wet reactivation air below its dew point with help of ambient air. The resulting water droplets are collected in a drip tray and pumped away with a built in drainage pump. Easy to maintain Munters ComDry M170L is the perfect choice for mobile and static preservation applications.
MCC is an option to monitor and control ComDry M170L from a WEB service.
All Munters dehumidifiers are based on the rotor technology specially developed by Munters which provides high moisture-absorbing capacity. The flexible design and good performance of the rotor mean that there are almost no limits to its areas of use.
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