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Keeping Things Dry

By Elizabeth A. Ginns — December 2003

   
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It’s hard to stop mold and mildew from growing, but the DryWave Air Dryer, which uses a gentle drying process, should keep these two from forming in enclosed areas.

The DryWave is designed for continuous operation and is ideal for spaces up to 1,000 cubic feet, says the company. It simply plugs into any standard 110-volt outlet and reportedly draws less wattage than a common household light bulb. The unit has no moving parts and includes a thermal cutoff switch for added safety. It measures just 14"x10"x4".

DryWave retails for $59.95.

Ironwood Pacific Phone: (800) 261-1330. www.drywave.net.

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This article originally appeared in the November 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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