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Low-Grain Portable Dehumidifier, 115V, 10.5 Amps, Depth 24", Width 23", Height 40-1/2"
- Item # 6UFY3
- Mfr. Model # F411
- UNSPSC # 40101902
- Catalog Page # 4271
- Shipping Weight 164.0 lbs.
- ItemLow-Grain Portable Dehumidifier
- Capacity/24 Hrs. @ 60% RH170 pt.
- Capacity/24 Hrs. @ 90% RH242 pt.
- Fan CFM400 cfm
- Humidity Range20 to 99 RH
- Ambient Temp. Range33 Degrees to 100 Degrees F
- Fan Speed2775 RPM
- Cabinet MaterialPolyethylene Rotomolded
- Number of Caster Wheels2
- Defrost TypeFan Bypass
- Refrigerant TypeR-410A
- Refrigerant Charge30 oz.
- Max. Lift20 ft.
- Filter3M HAF
- Power Cord Length25 ft.
- NEMA Plug Configuration5-15
- ApplicationFor Tough Environments Found In Water Damage Restoration Construction, and Rental Use
- Agency ComplianceETL Certified to UL 474 and CSA 22.2 No. 92, AHAM
- IncludesPower Cord and Drain Hose
Compliance and Restrictions
- Item # 4AYF6DRI-EAZ
Price $3,795.00 / each
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