- Remove and prevent health-inhibiting excess moisture from the air in your home
- The perfect solution for winter condensation and damp – don’t let mould ruin your home or windows!
- Ideal for flooding or any home with that awful fusty/damp smell such as houses that have been unoccupied for a long time
- Relieve the unpleasant symptoms of asthma and allergies and protect your respiratory health
- Small and compact design with a whisper quiet motor and fantastic 1.5 litre water container
Stop Window Condensation and Mould Build Up in Its Tracks!
If you are one of the thousands of people who have Googled ‘why are my windows covered in condensation?’, you’ll probably know by now that it is most often caused by excess moisture in the air, especially in the winter months. We dry our clothes inside, keep the windows and doors shut and leave the heating on; which means the warm air inside the house condenses on the cold windows leaving those annoying water droplets. Extractor fans in kitchens and bathrooms can help to remove this humid air, but only in those rooms – which is no good for the rest of the house.
High-Humidity Causes Damp. Damp Causes Damage and Health Problems – Act Fast to Stay Healthy and Protect Your Family and Possessions
Houses that have been unoccupied for a long time, those with older double glazing or wooden window frames and homes that have previously flooded are at high risk of excess humidity.
High humidity in your home can lead to bad cases of damp, your walls can become so wet you’d think you had a leak. Wooden furniture and window frames can rot and expand due to damp, it can ruin your clothing and curtains and seriously trigger asthmatic reactions. In short, damp is a hazard to every area, every possession and every person in your home – but there is a super easy, no-fuss, cost-effective solution: simply invest in a dehumidifier.
How Do Dehumidifiers Work?
Dehumidifiers work by drawing humid air in, collecting the water droplets from the air in a tank and expelling the dehumidified air. Most modern models – such as the Beper Dehumidifier – do so silently, meaning you are not disturbed whether you keep it in the bedroom or the lounge.
What is the Ideal Humidity for Your Home?
A relative humidity level of 50% is considered the optimum humidity for the home. This level of humidity prevents mould growth whilst controlling dust mite population. You need some moisture in the air because very dry air can irritate the airways and exasperate coughing and snoring, so 50% relative humidity is perfect. You can measure the humidity levels in the air with a hygrometer.
The Beper Dehumidifier is really easy to use, simply plug it in and turn it on. Within a few days to a week, the humidity levels in your home will have dropped to a level that is conducive to good respiratory health, you will be able to see out of your windows once more, and your home and soft furnishings will be protected against harmful damp and mould build-up.
The tank can hold up to 1.5 litres of water before it will need emptying, with a maximum intake of 600mls of water per day.
That’s 4,200mls (more than 7 pints of water) removed from the air every single week! Now, imagine you don’t tackle the problem. The result is 385 pints (219 litres/48 gallons) every year infiltrating your walls, furniture, clothing and airways. YIKES! No wonder the windows are covered in condensation!
The Beper Dehumidifier is sleek and compact in design, measuring just 26cm x 21.5cm x 43.5cm (10.2" x 8.5" x 17.1") which makes it ideal for smaller spaces. It is lightweight so you can move it between rooms in the home, and it is powered using the extra-long power cable supplied.
|Recommended For||Reducing moisture in the air to improve health and reduce the symptoms of allergies and asthma|
|Power||60W UK Mains Plug|
|Size||26cm x 21.5cm x 43.5cm (10.2" x 8.5" x 17.1")|