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Therma-Stor to Exhibit at NPMA Southern Conference

Therma-Stor, manufacturer of Santa Fe dehumidifiers, will be attending the annual NPMA Southern Conference, in Memphis, Feb. 3-4, 2010.

| February 1, 2010

MADISON, Wis. - Therma-Stor, manufacturer of Santa Fe dehumidifiers, will be attending the annual NPMA Southern Conference, in Memphis, Feb. 3-4, 2010.

Santa Fe will have on display its Max Dry Dual XT, an energy efficient high capacity dehumidifier that produces 7.9 pints per kWh. Clayton Page, director of sales/marketing noted, “Our XT technology includes patent-pending air-to-air heat exchanger design, rifled copper coils, raised-lance fins and only requires 6.9 amps for operation.”

The Max Dry is positioned as a “green” product due to the use of R410A and its energy efficiency and maximum water removal capacity. The sales team at Santa Fe will be giving away a Santa Fe Compact, the smallest of its high performing, high capacity dehumidifiers at the NPMA show in Memphis. Sean Ebert, product manager for Santa Fe notes, “The Santa Fe Compact was the first compact, high-efficiency dehumidifier designed to fit in tight, low-clearance applications. The Compact is now R410A compliant and has improved capacity which now removes up to 70 pints per day, is Energy-Star rated, quiet and, in a crawlspace or basement environment.”

Therma-Stor will be exhibiting at booth #14. For more information about Therma-Stor visit

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