Wood’s has several dehumidifiers that are suitable for dehumidification in crawl spaces. In most cases, a condensate dehumidifier is sufficient, but if your crawl space can get colder than + 5° C, you may need to choose a sorption dehumidifier.
In crawl spaces, high airflow is important. When the air circulates, make sure that the entire space is dehumidified, and not just the dehumidifier’s immediate area. A dehumidifier with high airflow causes the entire crawl space to dry quickly and efficiently, eliminating the risk of mould emergence throughout the space. By having a relative humidity of about 50% – 60%, it becomes easy to keep moisture, mould, and other harmful substances at a safe distance.