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For a healthy and

pleasant indoor environment

Residential and basement rooms

Dehumidification in residential buildingsOptimal indoor environment in living areas and cellars

For most people, a pleasant indoor atmosphere is 20°C and 40 - 60 % relative humidity. 


Too high humidity in buildings can have many causes. The amount of water vapour originating from the residents should not be forgotten. A resting person sweats approximately 1 litre per day; an active person approx. 2.5 litres. Therefore, a family of 4 exudes up to 10 litres of water to the room air per day as water vapour. This corresponds to a full bath tub each week.


Dehumidifiers remove the excess humidity from the air and thus ensure a pleasant indoor environment while protecting inhabitants against health impacts and furnishings and the building structure against damage.

The most frequent areas for dehumidifiers in residential buildings

  • Cellars and exercise areas
  • Subterranean flats
  • Buildings used temporarily, such as holiday homes and apartments
  • Bathrooms without windows or without proper ventilation
  • Smaller storage rooms

The benefits of air dehumidification in residential rooms and cellars

  • A pleasant residential room atmosphere can be created
  • Mould formation and bacteria can be avoided
  • Protection against damage to health
  • Protection of stored items
  • Preservation of the building substance and property value

AERIAL® dehumidifiers have been designed and developed especially for use in residential areas. We offer the ideal solution for every application. 

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