Humidity is present in every room. The relative humidity in a room is measured in % and should preferably be around 50% to 60%. If the air in the room is warm, the air will become moist. If the air in the room is cooler, the moist will come down and spread in the room. Thanks to the fan of the dehumidifier, the moist air from the room is sucked in and blown directly through an evaporator. Here, the air is cooled to a much lower temperature, which causes water to become fluid. This so-called condensed water is collected in the water reservoir or discharged through a permanent drain. The residual cold air will go through the warm condenser, and warm dry air is blown into the room so that the humidity level in the chamber falls.
With Zibro dehumidifiers, the ideal humidity level in the house can easily be achieved.
The Zibro dehumidifiers are used in many living rooms, basements, laundry rooms, bedrooms, garages, sheds and hobby rooms.
Too little or too much moisture in the air can lead to health problems and material damage. A healthy interior climate has an atmospheric humidity of around 50%.
Zibro dehumidifiers can extract litres of excess moisture from the air every day, collecting it in a large catch tray. The dehumidifiers are easy to operate and easy to move. In addition they are fitted with a hygrostat to monitor and regulate the atmospheric humidity. All you need is a wall socket. Plug and play!
In 2014 we changed our brand name to Qlima. If you are looking for an excellent dehumidifier to decrease the humidity in your home, please check our Qlima dehumidifiers