Midea Dehumidifiers are Rotary Compressor dehumidifiers. The way they operate is by drawing in warm damp air through the inlet and passing the air over a refrigerated coil. Condensation occurs when the warm humid air contacts the cold coil surface. The coil is then cooled by refrigerant. Water is then separated from the air. The condensed water is then stored in a tank, which is emptied out later. The Rotary Compressor technology allows less vibration, effectively reducing the noise level.
One benefit of them is that they have smart Dehumidification Technology. The Smart technology automatically controls the room humidity in a comfortable range of 45 - 55%, preventing growth of bacteria. A second benefit of Midea Dehumidifiers is that they have a low noise design. They have noise as low as 39dB, and maximise the comfort by optimising the refrigeration and air duct systems.
A third benefit of them is that they have an auto Restart. If the dehumidifier unexpectedly switches off due to a power cut, it will restart with the previous function setting automatically when the power comes back on. Key features of Midea Dehumidifiers are that they can dehumidify in a humidity range of 35 - 85%, compact size, a timer, a built-in tank with a volume of 3 litres, integrated handles, a HEPA filter, Ioniser function and Dryer mode. Their compact size of 14kg means you can lift and carry them around your house into the room you want.
The HEPA filter will catch the damp air through the mesh, trapping harmful particles such as pollen, dust mites and tobacco smoke. This works in collaboration with the ioniser function, which releases negative ions and eliminates odour. This will give you fresh and healthy air. This is the perfect solution for you, when you are relaxing in the lounge of your home calmly enjoying a cup of tea.