Adopting the highly efficient desiccant dehumidification technology from industrial applications into the domestic environment, EcoAir was present at CE China with a broad range of desiccant dehumidifiers.
EcoAir’s strategy involves maintaining a very high standard of quality in its manufacturing processes, coupled with substantial re-investment into research and development of innovative technology to enhance energy efficiency and product safety.
Sally Fok, the company’s Managing Director states, “Like no other brand in its branch of industry, EcoAir stands for functionality, durability, elegance of design, service and brand aura.”
EcoAir’s Head Office is based in the UK. It is a global manufacturer with operations in the USA and Europe. Over the next few years, EcoAir will continue to expand into other international markets whilst still holding tight to their core principles.
Intelligent Energy saving – E7 Technology
Relentless in the search for a formula to reduce wastage and save energy, EcoAir introduced the E7 Technology in 2012. The E7 Technology is featured in all EcoAir’s desiccant dehumidifier and is continuously improved as part of their research and development.
ECO E7 Technology has multiple algorithms operating in parallel to manage power, temperature and humidity to optimise performance and save energy.
The Eco E7 Technology senses the ambient temperature and humidity levels and automatically toggles between the full power, economy power and standby modes. This function reduces energy consumption by as much as 40%.
All EcoAir’s desiccant models have a built-in auto sensor that continually detects and measures the air humidity to ensure even circulation of air. It knows when to toggle the dehumidification requirements. This ensures that the humidity level is under control and that it only consumes electricity when absolutely necessary according to the mode selected.
Using any dehumidifier at High Modes over long periods can cause unnecessarily “over-dry” ambient air. The good news is the E7 Technology knows when to toggle the dehumidification process when the air gets too dry.
PHOTO – TOP OF PAGE: Jason Lee – Global Growth Manager ecoair