January 30, 2008
Following the purchase of the portable dehumidifier earlier in the week. I’ve also decided to get a small hygrometer so I can see if it’s working. I found that Thermometers Direct do a little Digitech one that should do the trick.
By Andy from Workshopshed
Posted in: Shed
Tags: Damp, Hygrometer
As a followup, the moisture has been up as high as 65% and the temperature varied between -5 and +20degC over the last month. The humidifier has required one recharge so far. I expect that it’s either too cold for these to work correctly or the area is just too large. I’ll probably just stick the dehumidifier into a box with the lathe so it has less damp to work with.
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