SUKI Dehumidifiers are the pioneers in domestic dehumidifier appliances, with the first product coming to market back in 1989. Since then over 40,000 customers in Australia and New Zealand have relied on SUKI to effectively remove the moisture from their home or work place environment.
When considering buying a new dehumidifier, it is important to consider the specifications you require, as well as the technology used, the ongoing running costs and service/warranty arrangements. SUKI performs very strongly in all these areas, for the following reasons:
The SUKI range goes from 12 litres to 50 litres of moisture extraction per day, with water tanks from 2.5 litres to 8 litres, catering for all needs. Advanced functionality, such as LCD display with current relative humidity and temperature levels, automatic shut off when tank is full, electronic timer are available.
2. Technology – Compressor vs. Desiccant
SUKI rely on environmentally friendly compressor technology. From a power consumption point of view, running a 12 litre SUKI at 180watts costs about $0.03c/hr versus a 12 litre desiccant dehumidifier which runs at 810 watts costs around $0.18c/hour. In addition, the compressor technology offers greater air flow, which is important when you are trying to dry the air in a larger room. Compressor technology is also quieter than desiccant. One positive the desiccant has over the compressor is that it can operate at below 5 degrees centigrade, but not many homes in Australia get down to that temperature level.
From a delivery perspective, we typically hold around 100 devices in our warehouses in Sydney and Perth, so can guarantee a fast delivery service, usually 2 to 4 days. In addition, we offer a 2 and 3 year warranty depending on your model, providing you with the confidence that you are covered should anything ever go wrong. In addition, our units can be returned to either center for speedy repair.
So why consider a dehumidifier. Well for a start, most people do not realise how much moisture is in the air. Do you know the average household produces 12 litres of moisture per day, through cooking, showering, etc. Reducing the moisture levels in your home can reduce the risk of mould spores damaging your health and furnishings. Serious moisture problems can cause mould and irreversible damage to the structure of your home.
Dust mites thrive when relative humidity is above 65%. Dust mites can aggravate allergies. The best form of treatment is always prevention. SUKI dehumidifiers can maintain your humidity levels at 50%, protecting you and your home.
If you are a Salin Plus customer, be aware, the device operates best in dry conditions, as the salt filter can absorb any moisture in the air, potentially resulting in the filter leaking water in extreme cases. To avoid this, consider a SUKI dehumidifier, and have the ultimate in indoor air quality.
View our range of dehumidifiers or contact us to find the best dehumidifier for you.