Part of our e-series line of dehumidifiers, the AprilAire E100 is one of our most energy-efficient models to date. Recognized as the Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR® 2022, it is ideal for dehumidifying your basement, sealed crawl space, or whole home. The E100 removes up to 100 pints (12.5 gallons) of moisture from the air per day. This helps keep your home's humidity in the ideal range of 40-60% relative humidity to fight viruses, bacteria, mold, and other airborne pollutants.
For your convenience, the built-in digital control can be configured on the top or on the inlet side of the unit for easy access. Its interface makes setup and operation quick and easy. The dehumidifier has a simple-to-use interactive display making setup and operation a breeze.
The AprilAire Model 700 Humidifier is a whole-home solution that helps you achieve total comfort through humidity control.
Our evaporative humidifiers work by piping water into the distribution tray located at the top of the humidifier. The water is uniformly distributed across the width of the tray and through a scientifically designed system of outlets. It flows by gravity over the water panel evaporator. Dry, hot air from the HVAC system is moved through the moisture-laden water panel evaporator. Natural evaporation takes place, the water is turned to vapor, and the humidified air is circulated throughout your home.
Included in the box: Installation instructions and template, humidifier with a built-in fan, 24 VAC transformer, automatic digital humidifier control, and outdoor temperature sensor, saddle valve, solenoid valve, and water panel
AprilAire Model 800 steam humidifiers use electrode technology and are simple to install, operate, and maintain. With electrode technology, electrical current flows between submerged electrodes, resistance of the water to the electric current heats the water. The submerged electrodes are found in a replaceable canister. At the end of a humidifier season, the canister – including the electrodes, is replaced. No cleaning, no scrubbing, simply replace the canister and you’re ready for the next humidifier season. Electrode technology requires impurities in the water to promote the transfer of electricity. For this reason, water filtration is not required with electrode technology, minimizing the complexity of the installation and ongoing operating costs.