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dehumidifier

 [de″hu-mid´ĭ-fi″er]
an apparatus for reducing the content of moisture in the atmosphere.

dehumidifier

[dē′yo̅o̅mid′ifī′ər]
an apparatus to remove moisture in the atmosphere.

de·hu·mid·i·fi·er

(dē'hyū-mid'i-fī-ĕr)
Equipment used to remove moisture from room air.

dehumidifier

an apparatus for reducing the content of moisture in the atmosphere.
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Besides lighting replacements and centralized controls, the university chose to replace antiquated HVAC equipment in numerous buildings; cool and dehumidify the indoor swimming pool area, reducing corrosion as well as enhancing comfort; replace old bathroom fixtures with modern, water-saving models; and add solar film to windows in four facilities to reduce harmful ultraviolet rays, decrease solar heat gain and improve security by making it more difficult to see into the buildings.
That's one reason the 156-year-old company has installed the largest solar-powered rooftop system in the world to provide cool air to dehumidify the factory and protect the precision pianos inside.
Alternatively, desiccants are used as an energy efficient way to dehumidify air without cooling it below its dew point, which allows to control temperature and humidity independently.
Vehicle air conditioners are like small refrigerators that cool and dehumidify the air that flows into the passenger compartment.
Your air conditioning system typically runs with your heater to dehumidify the cabin for quicker defogging of all windows.