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Posted: Tuesday 28th February 2012

Restoration Express has launched an industrial de-humidifier that will significantly cut drying times – and the company is giving one of the powerful new machines away.

Specialists at Restoration Express helped design the Capture 65L refrigerant dehumidifier and it is now available to hire and buy ahead of what could be a busy winter of burst pipes and water damage.

The machine’s features – highlighted in a video hosted on the firm’s YouTube channel – include the capacity to remove 65 litres of moisture a day at 30 degrees centigrade with 80 per cent relative humidity.

Portability is provided by tough wheels and a two-position telescopic handle, while low-temperature defrost is helped by a hot gas bypass.

Restoration Express has developed a website and anyone registering interest before Friday, March 30, 2012, will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a brand new Capture 65L.

Details can also be entered via the Purchase Refrigerant Dehumidifiers section of the site.

Other features of the Capture 65L include automatic pump-out, an easy-to-clean air filter, humidistat fitted as standard to stop over-drying and the ability to attach standard-dimension exhaust hoses to vent hot air.

Restoration Express, of Farnham, Surrey, has more than 20 years’ experience in hiring and selling flood and fire restoration equipment at affordable prices.

The Capture 65L is built on this expertise and, working in tandem with the company’s Helix Airmover to create evaporation and collect moisture, it has a significant impact on drying times.

David Martin of Restoration Express said: “A lot of long-range forecasters are predicting another severe winter, which inevitably means another surge of water damage from burst pipes in the home.

“Reducing drying time means restoration professionals, plumbers and building contractors can complete as many jobs as possible over the winter, and it also means being able to offer the customer a better service.

“We’re really pleased with the capture 65L and we’re convinced it will be a real help in restoring water-damaged properties quickly and effectively.

“We thought the competition to win a Capture 65L was a good way of showcasing the machine’s features and giving someone the chance to win a fantastic late Christmas present.

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