The right filter for your dehumidifier
The DYOJO Podcast and Born to Repair have teamed up to provide the water damage restoration equipment maintenance and repair tip of the week. Elan Pasmanick of Born To Repair (@borntorepair) was a guest on The DYOJO Podcast Episode 8 where he shared tips for extending the life of your water damage restoration equipment.
In this video, for Tip of the Week Episode 002, In this video, Elan shares how to select the right filters for your low grain refrigerant dehumidifier. Often restoration owners, warehouse managers, and mitigation supervisors think they need expensive filters, but Born To Repair shares their opinion on how the best filter is one that fits correctly and is changed frequently. Don't allow the wrong filter or lack of maintenance to keep your money making equipment on the sidelines. Elan is a poet, performs mobile local equipment repairs in the San Diego, California area as well as distance repairs coaching via calls and/or facetime.
We first aired this segment on The DYOJO Podcast Episode 39 with Shannon Tymosko aka "Lady Voltz" who is an electrical apprentice with IBEW Local 105 and an ambassador for Kickass Careers. Check out Born To Repair on Instagram @borntorepair.
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8/2/2022 09:05:50 am
I agree. There are several different options when it comes to dehumidifiers, and the one you choose depends on the space in which you plan to use it, as well as the humidity levels. There are small capacity models for a single small room, large capacity models for larger areas such as a large room, basement, or an apartment, and there are whole-house models available as well if you live in a very humid climate, you suffer from significant allergies, or you have a large home.
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