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Ecor Pro BD700 Building Dryer

Ecor Pro BD700 Building Dryer

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£546.88 (exc vat) £656.26 (inc vat)

SKU No : ECP-700/BD

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Quick Overview

Ecor Pro BD700 Building Dryer

Product Specification

  • 28 litre maximum extraction
  • 16L/day (30 Degrees 80% RH)Epoxy coated Zintec™Construction
  • Tubular exo-skeleton with high protection
  • Simple on /off button
  • Hot Gas Bye-Pass refrigeration
  • Dual ball bearing fan giving quiet and long lasting operation
  • Perfect for flood & water damage or partially completed buildings enabling interior plaster, paints and concrete dried more quickly.
  • Drying and humidity temporary regulation for museums, research laboratories, dry air storage, small production processes, stores, sports halls, ,manufacturing plants.
  • Noise level only 54 dB (A)
  • Operating temperature 3 to 40 degrees Power consumption 500 W
  • Exhaust airflow 200 m3/h
  • Current max 4 Amps running at 2 Amps normal
  • Colour black & yellow
  • Integrated pull handle and protection bumpers
  • Two wheels when pulling with solid bar axle to prevent wheel wobble
  • 4 feet for stability when transporting
  • Stackable with other BD700 units
  • Easy change foam filter
  • Metal hinged filter frame with strong integral clips
  • High robust unit with Foot Bar  and 2 wheels
  • Room maximum volume approximately 180 m3
  • Option to fit integral pump to give 1.5 - 6m pumping height of condensate – Not Standard
  • 110V option.  230V/50Hz standard
  • Refrigerant R134A
  • Running costs approximately 3 pence per hour
  • Metal water spigot that can be attached to standard hose for gravity drainage.
  • Designed and made in the UK for the European market

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