dehumidify

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Antonyms for dehumidify

make less humid

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Armorers need to remember that most dehumidifiers start to lose their effectiveness above 95[degrees]F.
To achieve maximum benefits dehumidifiers also filter the air before removing excess moisture.
In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) recommends the use of dehumidifiers to slow mold growth by keeping humidity levels at less than 50 percent, especially during humid months.
Both brands are putting three dehumidifiers in full distribution after controlled availability this year.
The Johnsons discovered the benefits of a dehumidifier after their local HVAC dealer installed one to help mitigate the flood damage.
Dehumidifiers will add a 65-pint to the 30, 40 and 50; all feature electronics and updated styling.
Air cleaners and dehumidifiers have been more successful than the overall market, having increased in sales since 1999, by 21% and 23% respectively.
The increase in awareness will further stimulate the sale of humidifiers and dehumidifiers in U.
4 million Whirlpool, ComfortAire and Sears Kenmore dehumidifiers because of a possible fire hazard.
The La Vergne, Tennessee manufacturing facility produces room air conditioners, built-in refrigerators, air purifiers and dehumidifiers.
The dehumidifiers are white plastic and measure about 19 inches tall, 13 inches wide and 9 inches deep with a front-loading water bucket.
A broad product line in military blue will include separate air conditioners, dehumidifiers and air purifiers, but not as combined models.
Hazard: The dehumidifiers can overheat, smoke and catch fire, posing fire and burn hazards to consumers.
There are more electronics and remote controls; combination air conditioners, dehumidifiers and air purifiers; Energy Star qualifiers; and high Energy-Efficiency Ratios.
The popularity of portable air cleaners, humidifiers and dehumidifiers has allowed manufacturers and retailers to capitalize on homeowners' increased awareness of indoor air quality and their homes' environment.