Phoenix D385 – Desiccant Dehumidifier

$3,662.00


  • Operates vertically or horizontally
  • 130 pints water removal per day at AHAM
  • Ultra low grains
  • Process airflow 385 cfm
  • Xactimate Code: WTRDHMD
  • Item # PH-4026700-EA | Mfr. Model # 4026700


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Description

The Phoenix D385 provides the perfect combination of features and performance the restoration industry has been craving in a desiccant dehumidifier. Ingeniously designed to operate vertically or horizontally, the Phoenix D385 provides the wide operating range and ultra-low grains of a desiccant with the water removal capacity of the largest LGRs in cabinet dimensions identical to our popular Phoenix 200 Max.

The Phoenix D385 is not like the “toy” portable desiccant dehumidifiers that lack real capacity. The D385 delivers 385 CFM of ultra-low grain process air. The true four hole configuration allows the Phoenix D385 to be located in the affected area with the 75 CFM re-activation air stream isolated from the drying chamber. Three hole design units inherently pull unaffected and/or outside air into the drying chamber. The D385’s four hole design allows the restoration contractor to set-up for effective positive, neutral or negative pressure operation.

Designed to operate vertically or horizontally, the D385 will fit inside most crawlspaces. Having the D385 securely inside, rather than outside the crawlspace access, avoids the possibility of someone tampering with the unit. The 385 CFM of process air will provide 3 ACH on a 1750 square foot crawlspace with a 4-foot height or over 850 square feet of affected areas with 8-foot ceilings.

The Phoenix D385 is easy to transport and set-up. The D385 will fit on your truck in the areas already designed for your LGRs and will move on to the jobsite with the same portability. All the power to the unit is provided by two 115 volts grounded power cords. Simply plug the cords into separate 15 amp circuits. Each cord draws only 11 amps to power the D385. The re-activation air stream is ducted through 6″ flex duct provided with the unit and stores conveniently in the top of the unit.

The Phoenix D385 makes it possible for every restoration contractor to add the ultra-low grain performance of a desiccant with real water removal capacity to their equipment fleet.

The low price and high performance of the D385 make it possible to purchase three Phoenix desiccants with a higher combined capacity, for a smaller investment than a single 1000 CFM competitive desiccant.

Specifications

Part Numbers

4026700

Power

2 Circuits: 12 Amps, 115 VAC Each
24 Amps Total Power Consumption

Water Removal

130 PPD at 80°F/60% RH (AHAM)

CFM

385 CFM Process Airflow
75 CFM Reactivation Airflow

Filter

Pleated 16” x 20” x 2” Media MERV 11 (Process)
Pleated 12” x 12” x 1” Media MERV 11 (Reactivation)

Ducting Options

Process Inlet: 12” Flex-Duct (Optional)
Process Outlet: 10” Lay-Flat Collar (Optional)
Reactivation Inlet: 6” Flex-Duct (Optional)
Reactivation Outlet: 6” Flex-Duct (Required)

Cord Length

2 Each 23’ Power Cords

Operating Range

-10°F to 140°F

 

Features

• Operates vertically or horizontally
• Wide operating range
• Process airflow 385 cfm
• Reactivation airflow 75 cfm
• 130 pints water removal per day at AHAM
• Ultra low grains
• Two 23’ power cords:
Each 115 Volt/60 Hz
12 Amps per cord
24 Amps/115 Volts total
• Unlimited ducting possibilities
• Legendary stainless construction

Accessories | Filters

4026859 6” Metalized Polyester Flex-Duct 25’ (Standard)
4020128 6” Insulated Flex-Duct 25’
4024750 12” Metalized Polyester Flex Duct 25’
4022537 10” Lay Flat Duct 500’
4024935 10” Lay Flat Duct 250’
4030115 Reed LM-8000 Meter
PROCESS AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT
4021475 16” x 20” x 2” MERV 11 Filter (Standard)
4024969 16” x 20” x 2” MERV 6 Filter (Optional)
4022164 16” x 20” x 2” MERV 14 Filter (Optional)
REACTIVATION AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT
4026315 12” x 12” x 1” MERV 7 Filter

Warranty

Year 1 – 100% of Parts and Labor