RV & Boat Dehumidifiers
Maintaining a low humidity level in small spaces such as RV's & boats is the mission of a compact dehumidifier. The uniqueness of these spaces versus a home is that many times there is no power available and they may sit unused for months at a time. For these special circumstances a dehumidifier that doesn't rely on power to remove humidity is a must. This category of dehumidifier generally uses special mineral formulations to absorb moisture from the air and only require period replacement once the mineral has been spent . They call these type absorption or desiccant dehumidifiers. No power means they are very convenient to use in RV's and boats during storage, as well as basements in homes, gun cabinets, small closets that often trap moisture leading to mold and mildew.
When it comes to maintaining a specific level of humidity, a
boat is a very special situation. It requires a very different system than in a
home, and requires a dehumidifier that doesn’t rely on power. Our
dehumidifiers for boats use special
mineral formulas that work to remove moisture from the air to make sure that
your boat environment is comfortable for you and your other passengers. Our
dehumidifiers for boats come
in a variety of sizes and brands to ensure that it fits best with your boat.
Maintaining a comfortable level of humidity in an RV is a
different process than in the home. It is a special circumstance that requires
RV dehumidifier that needs
to be able to operate without power. At RV Upgrades, we have a variety of RV
dehumidifiers in a range of sizes and brands to best fit your RV.
Our dehumidifiers use special mineral
formulas that work to remove moisture from the air to make sure that your RV
environment is comfortable for you and your other passengers
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