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Santa Fe Introduces New Dual Exhaust Dehumidifier

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The Santa Fe Force is designed to provide optimal airflow.

| April 25, 2012

MADISON, Wis. — Santa Fe, a leading manufacturer of free-standing basement and crawlspace dehumidifiers, announces the launch of the new Santa Fe Force featuring dual exhaust that are specifically designed to provide the optimal amount of airflow in crawlspaces and basements

“The new Santa Fe Force is engineered to deliver the airflow that customers have been asking for to keep every corner of their crawl space and basements dry,” said Kathie Mau, Santa Fe Pest Sales Manager.  “The dual exhaust powerfully circulates the air throughout the entire space and ensure installation flexibility, in order to deliver the maximum amount of treated air in a shorter time frame.

The Santa Fe Force removes 120 pints of water a day and conditions basements and crawlspaces up to 2,900 square feet. The unit is optimized for low temperature operation, provides MERV 8 air filtration and is Energy Star rated. The Santa Fe Force is engineered for extremely quiet operation.

For more information on the Santa Fe Force and the company’s full line of moisture control products, visit www.santa-fe-products.com or call (800) 533-7533.

 

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