Nov 12, 2019

Davis Instruments Air-DryrEveryone knows that musty, dank odor. It's a sign that mold and mildew have taken hold. Worse yet, it signals that damage such as rust may be happening. It's easy to eliminate the humidity that causes these problems with Air-Dryr from Davis Instruments. Perfect for boats, RVs, vaults, small rooms and storage units, it's inexpensive 24/7 insurance against the ravages of moist air.

Using Air-Dryr is as simple as plugging it into a 110/120V outlet. Placed low to the ground, it draws in cool, moist air via convection and warms it to above dew point. It has no switches or moving parts, so operation is completely silent.

Air-Dryr is safe to use and can be handled when plugged in. A thermal cutoff switches off the device in case airflow becomes blocked. UL Listed, its housing is built from rugged polycarbonate for a long service life and the occasional hard knock.

Two sizes are offered. Air-Dryr 500 has a 70 watt heating element and handles up to 500 cu. ft., yet draws only 0.6 amps. It measures 14" L x 5" W x 4.5" H. With a 130 watt heating element, Air-Dryr 1000 takes care of up to 1,000 cu. ft. of space. Drawing only 1.1 amps, it is 13.5" dia. x 4.25" H. Air-Dryr 500 costs $65.99 USD; Air-Dryr 1000 costs $79.99 USD.

Visit: www.davisinstruments.com.

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