How To Solve The Problem Of Industrial Dehumidifier

Industrial dehumidifiers are now very common in industrial production throughout the country. Because a humid air has some space required for humidity in its enterprise workshop or warehouse, if it is not treated with humidity, it can cause very huge losses under the long-term chain effect. Most dehumidifiers purchased by enterprises are working for a long time, so industrial dehumidifiers should be maintained frequently.

 

However, industrial dehumidifier manufacturers found in the maintenance process that many consumers do not like to maintain the machine, resulting in many faults, but also shorten the service life of the machine. Here are a few solutions to common faults of industrial dehumidifiers, hoping to help everyone.

 

Problem 1: The fan motor doesn’t turn on

Solution: Firstly, see if the blade is stuck on the outer casing, whether the motor bearing has burning marks, whether the motor coil is broken or burned, whether the transfer switch is normal. If these are normal, please contact this industrial dehumidifier manufacturer.

 

Problem 2: Stop the rotation immediately after the dehumidifier starts running

Solution: If the power cable is connected incorrectly, replace the wrong cable first. After the maintenance, stop the compressor for a few minutes and start again. If this problem still occurs, please replace the relay or repair.

 

Problem 3 : The dehumidifier leaks

Solution: Look at the drain pipe is blocked, see if the drain pipe is higher than the drain pan, and see if there is dust on the drain pan.

 

Problem 4: The dehumidifier is operating normally and the dehumidification effect is not good.

Solution: Look at the obstacles around the machine, block the air flow, check whether the insulation material on the pipe is aging, there are many gaps, check whether the ventilation damper is closed.

 

Problem 5: When the dehumidifier is running, the vibration is large and the dehumidification effect is not good.

Solution: Look at the surface of the evaporator for condensate, whether there is any leakage of refrigerant, and whether there is oil at the interface between the high pressure pipe and the condenser.

 

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