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DXair has been designing and manufacturing indoor pool dehumidification systems for all types of natatoriums, water parks, aquatic facilities, homes, hotels, retirement centers, health clubs, pet centers, and more since 1987.
As a leader in the industy, DXair builds humidity control systems that are functional, energy efficient, and have the smallest eco-footprint. DXair is proud to offer a "green" solution to dehumidification systems, which substantially reduces the space and energy needed to control humidity in an indoor pool environment. DXair also provides design, engineering, consulting and manufacturing services for residential indoor pools and commercial indoor swimming pools.
DXair compact design offers the smallest footprint in an indoor pool dehumidifier. Our design eliminates the need for large mechanical spaces and rooftop applications. Mechanical surveys have confirmed that 90% of roof top systems do not have preventive or routine maintenance when service techs are working in cold, rain or snow or high heat conditions. The DXair mini foot print of our 60 ton pool dehumidification system will fit through a 36 inch door.
At DXair, our engineering and consulting staff focuses on providing cost effective building solutions and equipment solutions for controlling humidity in an indoor pool environment. We partner with each client on every aspect of the building envelope design, materials utilized in the pool room, and the preventive measures that must be taken throughout the construction stages. Secondly, our expertise in manufacturing pool dehumidification systems offers our clients extensive resources into technology that far surpasses other companies’ design and applications while continuing to exceed the ASHRAE Guidelines for indoor pools.
Twenty years ago, humidity control for an indoor swimming pool was to bring in outside air while pushing the warm humid air outside with large exhaust fans. This process only worked effectively when the outside air temperature was cool and dry enough to allow for humidity control. This type of system is not only ineffective, but it is the most expensive to operate in a pool enclosure because it cannot consistently maintain the required 50-60% RH humidity levels. When compared to conventional ventilation or "waste ventilation" systems, recycling and dehumidifying pool enclosure air with a mechanical dehumidifier can save 50-75% on energy costs, maintain the 50-60% RH required by ASHRAE, and provide 100% room heating, air conditioning and pool heating.