Vital Technologies Inc.: Ductless-Split Style Dehumdifier

July 14, 2008
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Vital Technologies Inc.’s DryMAX HS-0025-C is a ductless-split style dehumidifier. Paired with the CA-0025-C air-cooled condensing unit, it provides and prioritizes dehumidification in heating, cooling, and neutral air modes. Both indoor and condensing units are supplied with coated coils and rugged construction suitable for corrosive environments such as indoor pools and seacoast atmospheres. DryMAX systems are used in new and retrofit applications for control of humidity due to strong sources. The 2.5-ton system can remove up to 14 lbs of water per hour, ideal for indoor swim spas, smaller hydrotherapy pools, and hot tubs. Multiple units may be used to provide control in larger residential and hotel/motel pools where installation of a traditional unit would not be possible or cost-effective.

Powder coated cabinetry, dual deflection supply register, and stainless drain pan are standard. Systems are provided pre-charged with quick connect linesets and preprogrammed combination thermostat/humidistat. The thermostat/humidistat has been pre-programmed at the factory. A filter grille at the intake provides ready access for regular filter maintenance.

Vital Technologies Inc.
Vital Air
207-782-4197

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