Santa Fe dehumidifiers are designed to control humidity in basements, crawl spaces and other inside spaces. By controlling the moisture in these spaces there is a reduced risk of health problems, comfort issues, and property damage. But how does it work? Let’s take a closer look at the internal workings of the Santa Fe Advance2 dehumidifier.
Humid air is pulled into the dehumidifier and passes through a MERV-8 filter. The Santa Fe Advance2 uses a high-efficiency filter that captures small particles in the air. The humid air then passes over a cold evaporator coil where moisture in the air condenses. The condensed water drops into the drain pan and runs out of the dehumidifier through the drain tube. The cold, dry air then moves over the condenser coil where it is slightly heated. Dry air is supplied to the basement or crawl space through the dual outlets.