The Ebac story started in 1972, with an engineer by the name of John Elliot. Knowing well the humidity and dampness of the UK weather, he set out to create a series of industrial dehumidifiers that could stand up to harsh elements and create dryer, safer environments indoors. Nearly 100 years later, the company is a global giant, leading the way in industrial dehumidification. The first mass-produced dehumidifier designed for northern climates has found its way all around the world, ready to suck moisture out of the air and protect documents, buildings, and employees. Ebac’s industrial dehumidifiers are reliable and versatile: perfect for renovating new spaces or even just preventing standard, run of the mill water damage.
While it could go without saying to note that Ebac’s specialty is industrial dehumidifiers, so much goes into engineering each one that they’re incredibly worth of discussion. Their durable construction is the result of such materials as galvanized steel, a metal whose incredible resilience makes the machines perfect for everyday use. Even with a tough dehumidification schedule, Ebac’s industrial dehumidifiers won’t pale against humid areas—their galvanized steel constructions will remain strong. Even in a large warehouse or a small home basement, Ebac’s industrial humidifiers are designed to please.
Moisture can easily seep into the smallest places, causing irrevocable amounts of damage to things like foundation, walls, or even files. That’s why it’s incredibly important for you to act fast when dealing with potential mold or flooding damage. With the help of Ebac’s industrial dehumidifiers, you can help reduce damage to structures via mold, rust, or corrosion. Of course, you can’t always predict where you might need a powerful dehumidifier. That’s why Ebac offers portable models, which are self-contained systems that are easy to transport. These durable, steel-built machines can withstand tough elements, operating in hot temperatures up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit or all the way down to freezing 30 degree weather. These portable industrial dehumidifiers feature long, flexible cords and rolling casters that make sure you’re never struggling to connect to a power outlet or having to carry heavy loads back and forth. Different features on different Ebac dehumidifiers vary in moisture ranges, operating ranges, and noise levels. With Ebac, it’s easy to find the right industrial dehumidifier for you.
Ebac industrial dehumidifiers arrive equipped and ready to work, ready with internal water tanks that can hold enough water so that the machines can work for hours on end without having to drain. However, if you find that your dehumidification needs are so great that even an internal water tank does not hold enough, you can find dehumidifiers with gravity drains or even built-in pumps that transport and move the water to other locations for draining or dumping.
However, Ebac doesn’t just make industrial dehumidifiers. They also make industrial heaters, which work with infrared technology that don’t heat spaces, but the things in front of them. This very direct form of heat is perfect for people and objects, especially in winter climates. Check out our selection of Ebac products here at Allergy and Air.