• Prevent moisture damage and remove mould growth

  • Dry your laundry quickly, effectively and gently

  • Dry your laundry quickly, effectively and gently

  • Remove bad odours

  • Your home will be less expensive to heat

  • Wood's dehumidifiers give off heat as a by-product

  • Superior air flow

  • All models can be connected directly to a drain

  • The most energy-efficient dehumidifiers on the market

  • Extract the greatest number of litres of water per kWh

  • Up to 6 years guarantee

Get rid of moisture and mould

Denmark is located in one of the world’s dampest areas: in the coastal northern temperate belt – popularly known as the rust belt. The relative humidity (RH) is an average of 80-85% over the year. In summer a little under (70-80%) and in the winter a little over (85-90%)*.

Our northern climate, new heating methods and better-sealed housing are some of the reasons why we often get moisture problems in the home.

Moisture and mould damage can cause huge problems with large cleanup bills. Problems often occur in crawl spaces, basements and bathrooms.

Mould is not only harmful to the home, it is also highly toxic for us humans to inhale. Mould can be associated with asthma and allergies and affects our health very badly. When RH is higher than 60%, there is a risk of mould growth. The recommended level of RH indoors is 45-60%.

Wood's dehumidifiers

A Wood's dehumidifier is a fast, efficient and inexpensive solution to moisture and mould problems. Wood's dehumidifiers require no complicated setup. Simply plug in and set the desired RH!

By using a dehumidifier which only operates when RH exceeds the set value, power consumption is kept down, whilst providing safe and reliable protection against moisture problems.

How a Wood's Dehumidifier works

A condensation dehumidifier separates and removes moisture from the air by cooling water vapour to liquid form, and circulating the air through the room with a fan.

Air is pulled through the dehumidifier, across the compressor’s cooled copper coils to release its water. Water flows from the coils to either the water tank or is transferred via a water hose to a drain. The dry air is blown back into the room.

When the dehumidifier condenses the water from the air, energy in the form of heat is released. That’s why a dehumidifier blows dry, warm air out, a big advantage when you want to dry laundry, wet coats or wood for example.

* Source: Technical report 12-23, by Peter Riddersholm Wang, DMI

Identifying needs

We have made it simple to decode the recommended function of various models using icons. The boxes below provide a quick overview of the meaning of individual icons and associated dehumidifier models.

Look for recommended working area

Once you know which function your dehumidifier is to have, the actual size and layout of an area is often decisive for the final choice. Unless there are particularly cold areas under + 5°C. In this case, you should also look at temperature tolerance.