Healthy Climate® Whole-Home Dehumidifiers
Moisture control for comfortable living
Designed to easily integrate with your HVAC system, a Healthy Climate® dehumidifier removes excess moisture from the air. Depending on the model you choose, you can control humidity in your entire home or a single area.
Here are the features of the whole-home dehumidifier:
Effectively remove excess moisture from the entire home, a single area, such as a basement or a combination of both*
Help create healthier air by reducing dust mites and mold that thrive in humid environments
Protect home furnishings and wood from moisture damage
Use environmentally-friendly R410A refrigerant
Easier to use and less intrusive than portable units-no need to empty buckets of water!
No ozone emissions— a known lung irritant**
Designed to easily integrate with your heating and cooling system
New 65 pint model is ENERGY STAR® rated
5-Year Limited Warranty on covered components
Features and Benefits
Warranty and Specs
HCWHD Product Literature
EnglishHealthy Climate Whole-Home Dehumidifier Product Brochure
EnglishHealthy Climate Whole Home Dehumidifier Installation Manual
EnglishHealthy Climate Whole-Home Dehumidifier HCWH-065 Homeowners Manual
Healthy Climate Whole-Home Dehumidifier HCWH-90 and HCWH-135 Homeowners Manual
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lima484 Basic unit, no integration This unit will take moisture out of the air, but as far as being integrated into a whole house, indoor air quality system, forget it. The humidity level is set by a little knob on the back of the unit, numbered 1-10, not by percent humidity. It is not controlled by the stat, nor is there even a wall mount control that can be placed next to the stat. What number should it be set at for say 55% relative humidity? Who knows? Just keep playing with the settings until you get there. Also, since it doesn't communicate with any other device in your system (like the humidifier), don't set it too low, or it will remove the moisture that the humidifier is putting in! Mine was installed in 2012, and I'm still adjusting it. April 10, 2014