Dehumidifiers
If your Indoor Grow Room or Garden is at too high of a relative humidity, use a dehumidifier hooked up to a humidity controller to keep your relative humidity in check. For the vegetative phase, keep relative humidity between 50% and 60%. For the flowering phase, keep relative humidity between 40% and 50%. We offer many different sizes of dehumidifiers from closet and hobby size units, to commercial and industrial size units. In general, dehumidifiers are rated in how many pints or liters of moisture they can remove from the air per day. If the temperature goes up above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, dehumidifiers tend to not work as effectively. Most dehumidifiers have a water collection reservoir and drain hose to remove the condensed moisture from your area via tubing.

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Dehumidifiers

A dehumidifier is an electrical appliance that extracts water from air that passes through the unit which reduces and maintains the level of humidity in the air to eliminate musty odor and to prevent the growth of mildew and molds. Two main types of dehumidifiers exist, condensate dehumidifiers which remove water as condensate from the air using a refrigerator and desiccant dehumidifiers which absorb moisture using hydrophilic materials such as silica. Electric refrigeration dehumidifiers being the most common type are typically a "portable" dehumidifier which can be moved around on built-in caster wheels.

There are three main factors that play a role in humidity, temperature, watering, and ventilation which makes maintaining proper humidity levels essential for maintaining optimal air quality in your grow room, but efficiently monitoring and managing these levels can be challenging.