This refrigerant dehumidifier is used along with
air movers to remove large amounts of moisture from
the affected areas; up to 15 gallons per day.
Also an LGR model, this refrigerant dehumidifier is
used along with air movers to remove large amounts
of moisture from the affected areas; up to 30
gallons per day.
Works hand-in-hand with dehumidifiers to circulate
the air and expedite the drying process.
A silicant (gel type material) based drying system
rather than a refrigerant system (as with standard
dehumidifiers). A unit such as this is used where
refrigerants are less efficient to tackle
tough-to-dry materials. They dry to a much lower
level with difficult materials, such as paneled
walls, structural beams, etc.
This unit is used to produce a chemical fog which
will permeate the effected area and assist in odor
This handy tool is used in fire, smoke and mold
remediation projects. True HEPA (High Efficiency
Particulate Air) requires a totally sealed system to
ensure that all air passing through the system
exhausts through the filter so that only clean air
comes out. The system filters 99.97% of particles as
small as 0.3 micron, which is 250 times smaller than
the diameter of a human hair. Click
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The Injectidry unit dries those hard to reach
places, such as ceilings, double thick firewalls,
behind cabinets, insulated walls, walls covered with
vinyl, beneath built-ins, etc. It forces air into
walls to expedite the drying process. Multiple tubes
can be extended from this machine to be inserted
into wall cavities to dry behind the actual wall
This dehumidifier is a Low Grain Refrigerant
dehumidifier, similar to the standard dehumidifier,
but with a broader operating range (33° - 100° F).
It removes water at a rate of approximately 16
gallons per day. For more information, check out
This unit takes in contaminated air, “scrubs” the
air until it’s clean, and expels the clean air into
the room. Very useful in mold projects, sewage back
These advanced oxidation ozone generators are
designed to destroy - not just cover up - sewer and
wastewater odor, pet and urine odor, smoke odor,
garbage odor, decaying organic matter, fire and
smoke odors, as well as mold and mildew odors.