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SolarVenti: A Solar Powered Dehumidifier

SolarVenti: A Solar Powered Dehumidifier

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SolarVenti is a solar powered ventilator and dehumidifier from the U.K. The device works by warming cold night air, and moving it inside your home or vehicle. The designer explains the operation this way: "After a cold night all of the atmospheric moisture is lying on the ground as dew or frost leaving a very dry but cold atmosphere. SolarVenti takes in this cold dry air and warms it before pumping it into your house where it sucks out moisture from the fabric of your property and replaces the colder damper atmosphere." The device has no operating costs, and it can be fitted to any South, South West or South East facing wall where there is little or no shade. Prices start at £323. :: SolarVenti via Red Ferret

i wish i could afford one of these...

Originally from
ReBlogged by ann p on Jul 6, 2006 at 02:30 PM Posted by ann p on Jul 6, 2006 at 02:30 PM

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woooooo I want one of those!

Posted by: Oriol Ferrer Mesià at 10.07.2006 02:28 PM


Very interesting idea. But, the acid test is, how well does it work? Innovation is no good without end product IMHO.

Posted by: Charlie Cory at 04.11.2006 08:30 PM


Looks like they DO work. Check out http://changingatmospheres.blogspot.com/

Posted by: Katman at 20.11.2006 01:32 PM


Interesting product, I can imagine it will have some limitations based on time of year. And last time I looked into solar cells they weren't that efficient so it would be interesting to give one a try. Cheers.

Posted by: Whole House Dehumidifier at 23.08.2007 08:38 PM



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