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HGR1500

Product Data

  Part Number
  10270GR-US
  HGR1500
Height (inch) 21.5
Width (inch) 21.0
Depth (inch) 35.5
Weight(lbs) 165
Voltage 110
Phase 1
Frequency(Hz) 60
Power(kW) 0.90
Current(A) 8
Airflow(cfm) 538
Noise Level(dba) 57
Effective Volume(ft3) 10,594
Typical Extraction(ppd) 105
Min Operating Temp (°F) 33
Max OperatingTemp (°F) 95
  Part Number
  10272GR-US
  HGR1500
On/Off Switch Y
2 Speed High Capacity Fan Y
Reverse Cycle Defrost Defrost Y
Electronic Defrost Timer Y
Hours Run Meter Y
Temperature Sensative Defrost Y
Compressor Type Roraty
Adjustable Humdistat O
External Humidistat Facility Y
High Lift Condensate Pump Y
Refrigerant Type R407c
Duct Attachement Inc Y
Quiet Operation Y
Washable Inlet Air Filter Y
Moulded Mains Plug Y
Stoved Epoxy Finish Y
All Steel Construction Y
Part Number Description Qty
10272GR-US Dehumidifier 1
3086144 Quick release hose coupling 1
3944110 PVC tube - 3/8" I/D 7.8m
3035832 Free issue socket 1
TPC413 Manual 1
Part Number Description
3035157 Mechanical Humidistat - Internal Sensor
3035160 Electronic Humidistat - Internal Sensor
3035162 Electronic Humidistat - External Sensor
  Part Number
  10272GR-US
HGR1500
Brochure
Manual
Wiring Diagram
Wiring Schematic
Spare Parts List

Application

The EIPL HGR1500 Dehumidifier is the base model from the new family of High Grain Refrigerant dehumidifiers. These high capacity, low amp draw units are the future of dehumidification, providing the ultimate in extraction for minimal running costs. The two stage cooling ensures high capacity drying even in low humidity applications.

Key Design Features

Two stage cooling with supplementary “Air to Air” heat exchange, High Static Backward Curved Fan, High efficiency - Low Amp Draw Rotary Compressor, nlet and Outlet on the same face, Internal High Lift Condensate Pump, Temperature Sensitive Defrost control for optimum performance, Reverse cycle defrosting feature which automatically melts away frost buildup providing effective operation at low ambient temperatures, Washable Air Filter.

How the HGR Dehumidifier Works

Humid air is drawn into the dehumidifier and passes through an “Air to Air“ Heat Exhange. This process precools / drys the air, before being passed over the Evaporator coil, where any moisture present will be removed. This cool dry air then passes back through the Air to Air Heat Exhange, in the opposite direction, providing the cooling for the incoming air. After passing over the Condenser Coil, which reheats the air, the Warm “Super Dry Air” leaves the dehumidifier.

Proven Performance

The EIPL HGR1500 produces drier air than a standard refrigeration type dehumidifier. This is only possible with a secondary precooling method, in the HGR1500 case, an Air to Air Heat Exchange. The refrigeration system of the HGR1500 is fine tuned to ensure the leaving air is at it’s lowest possible relative humidity, thereby ensuring the maximum drying performance, for lowest running costs. The high capacity backward curved fan will maximize air delivery over long distances. Whenever there is a need for fast dependable, energy-efficient drying, EIPL can provide the answer. The high efficiency rotary compressor ensures the maximum extraction with the lowest running costs.

The Problem

EIPL is a recognized world wide supplier of flood restoration drying equipment. We offer a variety of dehumidifiers and air movers to remove water and assist with drying areas after water damage. Following a flood, whether it is in your basement or office, it’s vitally important to restore the damaged area to good order as soon as possible to protect your health from microorganisms, mold and bacteria that may grow and ultimately prevent further damage. Whether it is a flash flood, hurricane, heavy rains or water main break, EIPL has the equipment to handle the harshest environments and assist with proper restoration.

The Dehumidifier

EIPL dehumidifiers are effective solutions to environmental control problems. The HGR1500 dehumidifier, with it’s two stage cooling process and temperature sensitive defrost control, ensures optimum performance throughout the unit’s full operating temperature range. Moisture is removed from the air through an efficient refrigeration process. The fan draws the moist air through and “Air to Air” heat exchange, where the incoming air is pre-cooled. The air is then drawn through the evaporator coil which further cools the air below it’s dew point. Moisture forms on the evaporator coil and is collected in the condensate tray. The cooled air then passes through the hot condenser coil where it is reheated using the same energy removed during the cooling phase, plus the additional heat generated by the compressor. The air is, therefore, discharged from the dehumidifier at a slightly higher temperature with a lower absolute humidity than that which entered. Continuous circulation of air through the dehumidifier gradually reduces the relative humidity within the area.