- Aug 15, 2017
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And the benefit of the dehumidifier is that it doesn’t steal as much heat out of the air as venting out would. A degree or so of power not required on the heater will build up.Thats a good piece of information on Drylok pressure resistance. I can see a concern with putting a frame wall in front of a drylok wall with condensation but a layer of insulation would mitigate that issue. I am just hoping my new dehumidifier shows up soon as I am going to need it once my next tank in the system goes online after a fill test.
with a system that big- have you thought about a heat exchanger set up connected to your hot water heater instead of electric heaters? Gas BTU is less expensive that electricity, and it can be set for a 1 degree swing. I helped another user - now out- set his up a couple years ago, and someone else created a big thread to describe it. The guy sent me his heat exchanger and solenoid when he got out and it’s sitting in a box waiting for me to sell my old house so I can get time to hook it up