The principle behind the dehumidifier is nothing but the process of extracting of excess moisture from the atmosphere. These kinds of dehumidifiers are used in all kind of commercial places as well as homes. You can use this dehumidifier in cars to remove the excess moisture present inside the car. It is one of the better ways to keep your car clean and fresh all the times. This type of dehumidifier is commonly known as car dehumidifier. This car dehumidifier removes the excess moisture just like a magnet. This dehumidification process helps to prevent the causes of mildew, rust and stains in your car. In addition it is also used to create a pleasant atmosphere inside the car.
Naturally moisture is stored in the granulate pockets of having humidity of 60% approximately. These granulate pockets release the moisture when the air becomes dry. The level of moisture present at the atmosphere plays a major role in dehumidification process. The dehumidifier present inside the cars becomes activated when the moisture level present inside the car is relatively high. The moisture level is maintained by various climatic changes such as ventilating, breathing, cooling. External conditions also make changes in the moisture level inside the car. Because of these various changes in the internal and external conditions has the impact on the dehumidification process.
The temperature difference between inside and outside of the car induces the condensation process occurring inside the car. Due to this condensation process the moisture forms a layer on the window glass. Car dehumidifier helps to prevent this condensation process.
When this condensation process occurs in the presence of dehumidifier means it becomes activated. The activated dehumidifier removes the layer of moisture present on the window glass.
The amount of moisture absorbed is depending upon the type and capacity of the dehumidifier. It can absorb up to 600 g of water during the dehumidification process. The efficiency of the dehumidification process depends upon the difference of moisture level between interior and exterior of the car. Normally dehumidification process is effective for 2 to 4 months long. The moisture bag consists of fleeces at the upper side and the lower side acts as a foil to prevent the moisture transfer from upper side to the lower side. This is the principle behind the moisture transfer process. During the operation of dehumidifier it fixes the stripes at the lower side of the moisture bag. This leads to stop the process of moisture transfer from the bag. The stripes seals the lower side which containing the foil.
Instructions to use:
The Dehumidification process is activated by deactivating the foil present at the moisture bag. The Velcro fixing stripes present at the fleece surfaces made up of looped fibers that are commonly found in most vehicles. Try to avoid these clinging characteristics in your vehicle because of the formation of looped fibers inside the car. The glue bonds help to attach the Velcro fixing strips with the foil. This glue bond formation will be best after 24 hours from the starting time of the process at the room temperature. The saturation point of this dehumidification process is 1.6 kg. This level is determined by simple weighing.
The regeneration is important to get effective dehumidification process. The dehumidification process can be held on the radiator to dry the air and then it can be reused again. The actual time period of the dehumidification process depends upon the saturation point and the type of the radiator. To get effective dehumidification it is good to use two dehumidifiers at the same time. This helps to get both dehumidification and regeneration at the same time.