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Welcome to Desiccants Now

Let Desiccants Now help you with your desiccant dehumidifier rental needs.  We currently offer a wide selection of desiccant dehumidifier rentals which are available nationwide.  The desiccant dehumidifiers serve a number of uses including moisture control, humidity reduction, and climate control.  Desiccants Now features high quality, well maintained CDIMS desiccant dehumidifiers for rent on short term or long term projects anywhere in America.  Desiccant dehumidifiers can be rented for a number of applications including improved indoor agriculture yields, construction & restoration work, data center cooling, sanitary food production & storage, hazardous materials (HAZMAT) ventilation, improved ice quality for indoor ice arenas, and increased drying times for painting & coating surfaces.  Contact us to help you find the right solution for your use business’s case.

What is a desiccant dehumidifier?

A desiccant dehumidifier is used for the drying and humidity control of air in a number of applications.  Inside each unit is a rotating wheel to which the desiccant material (often times silica gel) is mounted.  Desiccant materials can attract and remove anywhere from 10% to more than 10,000% of their dry weight in water vapor.  As the wheel slowly turns, incoming moist process air is passed through the wheel where the moisture is captured and the now dry air is pumped back into the environment.  The moisture that is absorbed on the wheel is then blown out through a “reactivated” air outlet as warm, humid exhaust that is vented outside the structure.  Portable, inflatable plastic ducts are mounted to the desiccant dehumidifier to facilitate the movement of the air within the building.    Desiccants are available in a variety of sizes and configurations from as small as a suitcase to as large as a semi-truck trailer and can be connected to generators for continual use and use in locations without power.  This makes them crucial for active construction sites and disaster relief situations.

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