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Ausclimate NWT Supreme All Seasons 50L WDH-070EBP

Ausclimate NWT Supreme All Seasons 50L WDH-070EBP Questions & Answers

MPN: WDH-070EBP
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7 questions from our users

Eeran
Eeranasked

How is it for Melbourne weather? Is there any temperature range (for example: at room temperature 8-20 degree Celsius) it operates greatly?

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AusClimate
Allan B.AusClimate

Hi Eeran
Even though this model can dehumidify effectively in cooler temperatures, its optimum operating range is still in room temps above 20°C.
As the room temperature drops then so does the dehumidifier’s efficiency.
Choosing between a compressor type model like this one or a desiccant model will depend on when you want to use it the most i.e only in winter or all year round.
I would recommend checking out our article ‘Compressor or Desiccant; which one do I need?’ on our websites dehumidifier FAQs as this will give you a much better understanding.
In saying that, you are welcome to call us direct on 1800 122100 to answer any questions you have.
Regards
Allan
Ausclimate

Pieter
Pieterasked

This unit looks like it ticks all the boxes! Can a humidity level be set? That is, can it be set to switch off when the humidity in the room comes down to say 50% then back on if it rises above that?

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AusClimate
Allan B.AusClimate

Hi Pieter
Yes, the humidistat can be set at a particular level such as 50%RH.
So the dehumidifier doesn’t continually turn on and off at 50%, it has a 5% leeway i.e. it will continue to operate until the humidity is reduced to 45%, then the unit will turn off.
When the humidity rises to 55% the unit will start up again.
In saying that, most people who purchase our products want to stop moisture related problems like mould, musty smells, dampness.
If this is the case for you, instead of maintaining your home at a set humidity level, there may be a better way of using a dehumidifier.
It can be much more effective and efficient to use it as a dryer i.e. run it for say 8 hours every few days or so to keep everything nice and dry.
If you would like further explanation on this, please don’t hesitate to call us on 1800 122100
Regards
Allan
Ausclimate

Steve A.
Steve A.asked

How do you clean filter, or can you replace ?

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AusClimate
Allan B.AusClimate

Hi Steve
The filter is positioned directly behind the front air intake grill.
To take it out, remove the water backet and pull or slide the filter down.
To clean, you can either vacuum or wash, if you wash it just give it a dry before placing back.
You do not need to replace the filter.
We recommend checking or cleaning every couple of weeks however this will depend on usage and the environment it is used in.
Hope this helps.
Regards
Allan
Ausclimate

Anita
Anitaasked

What is the hourly power consumption of the supreme all seasons 50litre dehumidifier please

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Dave
Daveasked

are there any dehumidifiers which have a permanent drain?

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AusClimate
Allan B.AusClimate

Hi Dave, Most of Ausclimate's dehumidifiers have the option of emptying collected water via water tank or alternatively drain hose. Using the drain hose can be handy if you are away from the house and want the home dried over extended periods of time.
In the case of the Ausclimate Supreme All Season 50L, it has 2 drain hose options.
One drain hose allows the water to drain downward away from the machine to floor outlet, shower, etc (1 metre drain hose provided). Another hose option is the 'pump' drain hose (5 metre drain hose provided), which pumps the water upward to other more convenient outlets.
And yes, you can use the drain hose as a permanent option - no more emptying the water tank !!

Mari
Mariasked

We are living next to the sea .Therefore the humidity is very high.We like to open the doors ,let the seabreeze in ....Would the dehumidifier still works circumstances like these ? Regards

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Kelly
Kelly

Hi mari I would think so. Rooms would need to be shut off individually initially though to draw out current moisture first. I really only run mine in open area now for a day or two per month. I did every room separately first and was surprised by the amount of water. We live in QLD next to a rainforest so humidity also high here. I've not fad any mould on anything since and it's been 18 months.

AusClimate
Allan B.AusClimate

Hi Mari
It is possible to have the best of both worlds.
Firstly, we recommended to keep your doors closed while operating the dehumidifier otherwise it would continuously draw moisture from outside.
However, if you were planning to use a dehumidifier to stop moisture related problems such as mould, musty odours or general dampness then you dont need to operate your dehumidifier every day. Using it once a week or so could be enough to stop these problems therefore no worries leaving your doors open to let the seabreeze in.
You can also visit our website for our operating tips: http://www.ausclimate.com.au/files/ausclimate_operatingtips.pdf. This is a handy guide on how to get the best use from your dehumidifier.
To further explain please don't hesitate to call me or one of our friendly team members at Ausclimate on 1800 122100
Kind regards
Allan

sleepy
sleepyasked

how much the 50L

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Dan L
Dan L

I'm not sure, but Russel was very helpful to speak to (from the company)

AusClimate
Allan B.AusClimate

Hi
Allan Bryan here from Ausclimate.
The Supreme All Seasons 50L dehumidifier retails for $995.00 however it is still on sale for $795.00 including free delivery.
If you require further information you can visit our website www.ausclimate.com.au otherwise please call me direct on 0427 693273 or email: allan@ausclimate.com.au
Kind regards
Allan

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