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Seresco USA Inc.: Indoor Swimming Pool Dehumidifiers

Indoor Swimming Pool DehumidifierRanging from 18- to 140-ton units, the Protocol (NP) Series indoor swimming pool dehumidifiers provide energy-efficient natatorium space heating/cooling and optimum humidity control, while also offering free pool water heating and reheat through heat recovery. The design uses an active refrigeration head pressure monitor/control that ensures the lowest possible condensing pressures to boost system performance. Maintenance-free direct drive blowers with variable-frequency drives, which are standard, also provide additional operational efficiencies. Additional efficiency is offered with optional heat recovery from exhaust air. According to the manufacturer, fully modulating, total variable reheat provides the ultimate indoor air comfort by providing unprecedented stability in pool space temperature and relative humidity levels. Package or split system and indoor or outdoor configurations are available with no distance limits between the unit and the a/c heat exchanger. No copper piping between the unit and remote condenser eliminates temptation of material theft.

Seresco USA Inc.
770-457-3392
sales@serescodehumidifiers.com
www.serescodehumidifiers.com

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