Phoenix Dry Max: New Dehumidifier on the Market

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Phoenix Restoration Equipment, a division of Therma-Stor LLC, recently released the Phoenix Dry Max, a new product in the R Series Rotomold LGR Dehumidifiers.

The new Phoenix Dry Max is 6 percent smaller than the closest restoration dehumidifier in its class. It has an integrated retractable handle and wheels, as well as onboard storage for the power cord and condensate hose, according to a press release from the company.

The ultra-compact design makes it the smallest “Large Category” LGR on the market today. This unit removes 80ppd@AHAM, uses only 5.7 amps and weighs 63 pounds. The unit has 170CFM of airflow and comes equipped with a heavy-duty condensate pump, epoxy-coated coils and superior MERV-10 filtration.

The Phoenix Dry Max has an advanced, customizable 4-line digital display that shows all information without the need to scroll through menus. There is also a status indicator light on the control panel that allows users confirm with a glance that the drying job is proceeding as planned. Service on the Phoenix Dry Max is simple and only requires removing four fasteners to access to the inside of the unit.

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