Dri-Eaz Products, Inc.
|Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140150488||COMPACT DEHUMIDIFIERS AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS - Compact dehumidifiers and associated systems and methods are disclosed. A representative system includes a housing having an airflow entrance, and airflow exit, and a linear flowpath between the entrance and exit. The system further includes a refrigeration cycle having, in sequence along the flowpath, an evaporator, a compressor, a condenser, and an air flow driver. A controller is operatively coupled to the evaporator, compressor, condenser, and airflow driver to operate the refrigeration cycle for removing moisture from an entering airflow.||06-05-2014|
|20140102296||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR OPERATING AND MONITORING DEHUMIDIFIERS - Systems and methods of automatically operating dehumidifiers in response to dehumidifier operating conditions are disclosed herein. A method of operating a dehumidifier configured in accordance with one embodiment includes directing air flow through the dehumidifier at a first volumetric flow rate while the dehumidifier is operating at a first operating condition. The method further includes changing the first volumetric flow rate to a second volumetric flow rate when the first operating condition of the dehumidifier changes to a predetermined second operating condition.||04-17-2014|
|20130247409||SURFACE DRYERS PRODUCING UNIFORM EXIT VELOCITY PROFILES, AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS - Surface dryers having uniform exit velocity profiles, and associated systems and methods are disclosed. Surface dryers in accordance with certain embodiments include a housing, a gas driver positioned in the housing, an inlet aperture formed in the housing and positioned upstream of the gas driver, and a nozzle carried by the housing and positioned downstream of the gas driver. The nozzle can have an indentation forming a convergent portion positioned to accelerate the flow of air and a divergent portion positioned to decelerate the flow of air.||09-26-2013|
|20130061422||MULTI-OPERATIONAL MODE FLUID EXTRACTORS AND ASSOCIATED METHODS OF USE AND MANUFACTURE - Multi-operational mode fluid extractors and associated methods are disclosed herein. An extractor configured in accordance with a particular embodiment includes a waste fluid tank positioned to receive extracted waste fluid and an air mover proximate to the waste fluid tank. A first airflow connector couples the air mover to the waste fluid tank for drawing a vacuum in the waste fluid tank. A second airflow connector is operably coupled to the waste fluid tank and positioned to be coupled to a suction source that is spaced apart from the extractor. In particular embodiments, heat from air moving through the air mover can be transferred from the air mover cavity into the waste fluid tank.||03-14-2013|
|20100125367||METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR DETERMINING DEHUMIDIFIER PERFORMANCE - Methods, systems, and apparatuses directed to determining the performance of a dehumidifier are disclosed herein. A method of determining dehumidifier performance configured in accordance with one embodiment includes determining an inlet humidity value for airflow entering the dehumidifier, and determining an outlet humidity value for airflow exiting the dehumidifier. The outlet humidity value is determined based at least in part on an efficiency or correction factor for the dehumidifier. The method further includes comparing the inlet humidity value with the outlet humidity value to determine the amount of moisture that the dehumidifier is removing for the air.||05-20-2010|
|20080223050||Dehumidification systems and methods for extracting moisture from water damaged structures - A dehumidification system for removing moisture from the air within a structure comprises a refrigerant system and a heat transfer system. The refrigerant system comprises a condenser section and an evaporator section. The heat transfer system comprises a first coil and a second coil. A primary air path extends through the first coil, the evaporator section, and the second coil. A secondary air path extends through the condenser section.||09-18-2008|
Patent applications by Dri-Eaz Products, Inc.