Application of Conventional Dehumidifier
LGR comes with an advanced refrigeration system that allows the dehumidifier to dry and absorb more humidity than the conventional dehumidifier. It can remove moisture up to below 34GPP. It also removes more water and consumes less electricity.
LRG is defined by IICRC S500 2006 as an advanced refrigeration system whose job is to allow the dehumidifier to dry with excess humidity better than what conventional dehumidifier can do. LGR can remove moisture below 34GPP and removes excess water with less electricity and will continue to dry at a lower humidity of 50F/60%, which other conventional dehumidifier may not be capable of achieving.
The Convectional (Relative LGR) can be applied in many areas and are ideal if you want to remove damp, rot, mold and moisture after flood damage. It can also be used to clean the carpet, basement, drying furniture, laboratories, Garage, Tradesmen, De-Flooding and can be relied on to keep dry and refrain bacterial growth.
The convectional dehumidifier can be used in industrial and commercial buildings. It is more powerful and when combined with ALORAIR’s Air scrubber and Air Movers, it can do a good job. You can buy packages that combine all of them at greatly discounted prices.
Super LGR Dehumidifier
SLGR refers to super low- grain refrigerant. It is manufactured using the ALORAIR SLGR technology that relies on air-to-air heat exchange system. The system brings air closer to the dew point temperature after which it is allowed to move over the cooled evaporator coils. It also combines Microchannel Alu Condenser that maximizes efficiency and capacity. It results in more condensation that is formed on the coils inside machines for fastest and heat interchange. This results in more moisture being pumped out and thus, less moisture is therefore allowed to return to the room. Note that the ALORAIR SLGR is designed for low humidity conditions. The SLGR dehumidifier is all you need when faced with a challenge of water damage restoration job since it helps achieve maximum results.
SLGR is an important component in your suite tool. It operates properly in humid and warm conditions. It can also be used in dry conditions of more than 130 degrees Fahrenheit. The equipment is rugged but is quite mobile and operate well in extreme conditions where it can be used to extract large amounts of moisture in the air. It performs well and can be deployed to perform a wide range of tasks in both high and low humidity temperatures.
If you are a water damage restoration expert, you need professional grade equipment to help you handle even the toughest jobs and it will help you deliver an excellent job to your clients. Notice that SLGR dehumidifier is an important and a must have tool if you want to succeed in your restoration endeavors.