Solenco 65lt Dehumidifier

R22 000.00

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Solenco 65lt Dehumidifier, 38L/day (27°C RH60%), Rated Power Consumption: 760W, 2 year limited warranty. Can be extended to 5 years through Solenco.

Product Code Solenco 65lt Dehumidifier (SOLE65LDEHUM)
Water Removal Capacity 65L/day(30°C RH80%)
38L/day(27°C RH60%)
Rated Power 760W
Rated Current 3.3A
Air Volume 400m³/h
Compressor Type Rotary
Defrost Type Hot-gas bypass
Humidistat Adjustable
Operating Temperature 5°C-35°C
Drain Hose Length (incl) 5m
Power Cord Length 5m
Net Weight 36.5 kg
Product Size (WxDxH) 510 x 485 x 810 mm
Warranty 2 year limited warranty. Can be extended to 5 years through Solenco.

More on RH…

Maintaining the correct relative humidity (RH) is paramount for successful indoor plant cultivation, as it directly influences the plants’ health, growth, and overall well-being. RH refers to the amount of moisture present in the air relative to the maximum amount it can hold at a specific temperature. Indoor plants, originating from diverse climates, have distinct humidity requirements that mimic their natural habitats. Consistently monitoring and adjusting the RH levels ensures that plants receive optimal conditions for transpiration, the process through which they absorb water and nutrients from the soil and release moisture into the air. Incorrect RH levels can lead to various issues such as stunted growth, susceptibility to pests and diseases, and poor flowering or fruiting. By carefully managing humidity, indoor gardeners create an environment that fosters robust plant development, encouraging vibrant foliage, robust root systems, and higher yields.

Furthermore, maintaining the correct RH indoors is crucial for preventing common challenges associated with controlled environments. Inadequate humidity control can lead to the proliferation of mold, mildew, and fungal diseases that thrive in excessively moist conditions. These issues not only harm the plants but can also compromise the overall indoor air quality. Conversely, overly dry conditions can result in desiccation and stress for plants, leading to leaf wilting, reduced photosynthesis, and increased susceptibility to pests. Striking the right balance in relative humidity promotes an optimal microclimate, supporting plant resilience, vitality, and the overall success of indoor gardening endeavors. As indoor horticulture gains popularity, understanding and managing RH emerge as key factors in achieving a thriving and productive indoor garden.