This Danby 50 pint dehumidifier with a pump helps protect your home from humidity by removing up to 23.6 liters of humidity per day. Ideal for spaces up to 3,000 square feet, this Danby dehumidifier has an auto restart function that restarts your unit after a power failure and an auto de-icer to prevent frost build-up. The four castors make moving from room-to-room very simple, and the Smart dehumidify feature allows it to automatically control room humidity by factoring in ambient temperatures automatically. The unit is ENERGY STAR certified, so it runs economically, even in very humid environments. This model also features easy-to-use electronic controls with LED display, a reusable/washable filter, and a powerful two-speed fan!
- 50 Pint (23.6 L) Dehumidifier: controls humidity in spaces up to 3,000 sq. ft.
- ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2021 Recognition
- Electronic controls with LED display
- Powerful 2-speed fan
- Smart Dehumidify: the unit will automatically control room humidity by factoring in ambient temperature
- Direct drain feature allows for continuous operation
- Auto restart: the unit automatically restarts after a power failure
- Auto de-icer: prevents frost build up
- 24 hour programmable timer
- Low Temp Function: the unit operates at temperatures as low as 5C
- 4 castors for easy room-to-room transport
- Reusable, washable filter
- Environmentally friendly R410A refrigerant
- Limited 2 year carry-in warranty
40 Pint & Over Dehumidifier
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