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Ground Heaters

Featuring a new technology called Dryvection, the patent-pending MC5200 drying system from Ground Heaters can handle up to 15,000 square feet at saturation and remove up to 900 gallons of moisture per day.

December 01, 2007

Featuring a new technology called Dryvection, the patent-pending MC5200 drying system from Ground Heaters can handle up to 15,000 square feet at saturation and remove up to 900 gallons of moisture per day. The convection-based drying system utilizes heat and air movement by using outside air rather than recycled air to dry flooded buildings and their contents. The outside air is conditioned to low relative humidity and blown into the building through flex ductwork. As the fresh, dry air circulates throughout the building, it absorbs large quantities of moisture. Powered by a 9-horsepower Kubota Dura-Gen diesel engine, the Dryvection MC5200 provides 5,200 cubic feet per minute of airflow.

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