Dehumidifiers for Apartment-Living

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A guide to the issues of excess moisture in the home & how to deal with it

These days, many of us live in smaller homes, apartments, town-houses and generally compact living situations. While living in these close quarters we rarely think about how everyday moisture can be adversely affecting us. Does your home smell musty when you get home after being closed up through the day? Do mould, condensation, pests or forever-drying washing sound familiar? Well, you may have a moisture-problem, but thankfully we have a solution!

Moisture comes from many places in the home, from showers to washing the dishes to laundry-drying to our very own bodies. It's everywhere! And without a proper place for it to escape (i.e. good natural ventilation or exhaust fans) it can lead to dangerous consequences like mould growth.

In fact, many homes these days (especially some of the older ones that are prevalent in Australia) have limited natural ventilation and common wall fixtures/insulations that can actually keep the moisture in rather than letting it out. Many of us also lack clothes drying machines (causing us to dry our clothes indoors) and lack effective exhaust fans, resulting in excess moisture that has nowhere to go!

Dee Carter, Professor of Microbiology at the University of Sydney, notes that mould thrives in damp, poorly ventilated environments. "I think any amount of visible mould is not a good thing. ...Depending on the environment you live in, you could find it growing on your carpet, on your curtains, or in the ceiling tiles. Any substrate really can be a home to mould if there's enough moisture."

It's well-documented by industry experts that being around mould, mould-spores and dust-mites on an ongoing basis can be very bad for your health. From sleep problems and general restlessness/fatigue to allergy and asthma flare-ups and assorted respiratory issues to even more severe ongoing mould-related health issues; mould is definitely not something we want to be around!

Professor Carter explains that certain species of mould, such as Penicillium, Aspergillus and Cladosporium, can be a particular problem indoors. "These ones can produce a lot of spores and the spores can produce allergies and inflammation. ...They can be inhaled and can cause lung diseases if they get a bit too invasive."

Thankfully, a high-quality dehumidifier can be a great solution to reducing moisture levels in these tricky environments. An Ausclimate dehumidifier will actively reduce these moisture levels and keep them down through ongoing maintenance use. They can remove anywhere from 7 litres all the way up to 50 litres of moisture from your home per day!

Ausclimate's dehumidifiers will reduce/eliminate:
• excess indoor moisture levels & condensation
• mould & mildew (existing mould will need to be safely removed - a dehumidifier will prevent it from coming back!)
• musty smells
• forever-drying washing (simply put your washing on a clothes-horse next to your dehumidifier & it will dry that washing for you!)
• pests (cockroaches, ants & other insects thrive in high humidity levels)
• health risks (mould spores & dust mites are common triggers for asthma, allergies & other serious respiratory issues)

A wide range of leading health experts approve & recommend our products. This array of health field professionals includes Allergy Specialists, Doctors, Pharmacists, Naturopaths, Building Biologists and the Australian National Asthma Council’s Sensitive Choice programme. Most importantly though, they are recommended by you. Our dehumidifiers are currently rated #1 on Australia’s leading independent consumer product review website: ProductReview.com.au

Please visit the rest of our website to find out more and if you have any questions, just give us a call. We’ll happily discuss your individual needs and circumstances, helping you to find the right solution for cleaner and healthier air in your home.

Always here to help!

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder

Get in touch:
ph: 1800 122 100
ausclimate.com.au

Quotes courtesy of "Living with mould: The 'tightrope walk' between landlords and tenants" by Sophie Kesteven, ABC News, posted 15 Aug 2018
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-15/living-with-household-mould-in-australia/10088802

Allergy Season Air Purifier Tips & July Specials

Ausclimate Allergy Season

As July comes to a close, many of us know all too well that the allergy season is right around the corner! For many people, our Winix air-purifiers have been a great source of much-needed relief, as seen in their own words over at ProductReview.com.au So we decided to put together a few handy hints on how to get the most out of your air purifiers when it comes to those allergies.

A reminder that as July comes to an end, so do our 'July Specials'. We've got some great deals on right now across our full Asthma Council Australia Sensitive Choice-approved air-purifier & dehumidifier range which just won't last much longer. So if you've been thinking about a purchase, now is a great time!


Allergy Season Winix Air Purifier Tips

For those allergy & hay fever sufferers of us, Ausclimate's Winix air-purifiers can do an excellent job of reducing common allergens in the home like dust, dust mites, pet dander & pollens, thereby helping out big time in the fight against allergy flare-ups.

To get the most out of your air-purifier for this use, we recommend running your unit on 'medium' in your bedroom while you sleep. Medium Fan speed is great to capture these allergens, while still nice & quiet for a good night's sleep. We also have a dedicated 'sleep mode' if you want it even quieter!

As mentioned in our Air Purifier Cleaning Guide post, we also recommend regular cleaning maintenance of your unit as well as replacing your filter when the time comes to really keep your machine performing at its best when it comes to capturing those allergens!

If you work in a workspace where it is convenient, we also find that running your air-purifier through the day while you work can do a great job of keeping those allergies at bay! Some have even said that they feel improved productivity through the workday with the cleaner air.

Quick Tips:
• Medium fan speed in the bedroom while sleeping
• Regular cleaning
• Replacing your filter when required
• Run in your workplace where practicable

As always, please get in touch if you have any questions about anything raised in this guide or if you would like to find out more about our Winix air-purifiers. 1800 122 100 (free call) If you don't already have one of our Winix air-purifiers, you can find out all about them right here: Winix Air Purifier Range


Shop with confidence

Ausclimate's Air-Purifier and Dehumidifier ranges are approved by the National Asthma Council Australia Sensitive Choice Program. Our products are proudly manufactured and tested just for Australia. Ausclimate is a family owned Australian company since 2011, industry leaders in customer satisfaction.

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

Dry that Cold, Damp Bathroom with your Dehumidifier!

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Desiccant Dehumidifier Bathroom Drying Guide & Tips

This rather chilly time of year can be tough for many, especially those of us in Australia's cooler-climate areas like Southern New South Wales, rural Victoria, Melbourne, Hobart & Adelaide to name a few. During the winter season, the idea of taking a shower in this cold, damp weather can be especially dreadful! It's times like this where your Ausclimate Dehumidifier can be your best friend to dry that cold-damp bathroom moisture right out of there & really take the chill off!

Throughout the year, our bathrooms can prove a terrible spot for the accumulation of moisture and condensation, often resulting in musty smells and even mould. If you don't have a good amount of natural ventilation or a bathroom exhaust fan, this can fast become a problem. With no other place to go, the steam & moisture from our showers can go straight into our wall and roof fixtures with nasty results! This can become especially evident in these colder, damp winter months.

Rest assured, this can be the perfect job for your Ausclimate Cool-Seasons Desiccant Dehumidifier! These units are purpose-designed for cooler climate use and will actively suck the moisture right out of your bathroom air after your shower. This will remove condensation from your mirrors, windows & wall and even dry your towel afterwards. Regular use will leave your bathroom fresh & dry, no more musty smells, mould & condensation!

As an added bonus, try turning it on 10-15 minutes before your shower when you have your 'morning cuppa' to really take some of the chill off of the room.

Quick Tips:
• Turn your desiccant dehumidifier on 10 - 15 mins before your shower (good time for a cuppa )
• Set it to 'Laundry Mode', 'Turbo' fan speed (best setting for winter time during these cold chilly mornings)
• Continue to operate whilst in shower & leave running for approximately 30 mins after your shower

As always, please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions about this guide or would like to find out more about our dehumidifiers. 1800 122 100 (free call)
If you don't already have one of our Ausclimate Cool Seasons Dehumidifiers, you can find out all about them right here: Ausclimate Cool-Seasons Desiccant Dehumidifier Range

Always happy to help!

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

Ausclimate Air Purifier Cleaning Guide – it’s so easy

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One of the most important points in keeping your WINIX Air Purifier running at is best is maintenance cleaning & regular filter replacement. We often get asked about this in person, so we thought that we’d put together an easy-to-use air purifier cleaning guide to help you get the most out of your machine over the long haul!


Preface: Always remember to pay special attention to your replacement filter indicator. Through regular use, your filter should last you for about a years time. Once this time is up and your replacement filter indicator light comes on, it is very important to replace your filter for effective ongoing air purification. For more check out our replacement filter post here.

These replacement filters are available (with free delivery) on our website page.

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Maintenance Cleaning of your Winix Air Purifier

Every week or two, we recommend giving your air purifier a good clean for maximum effectiveness. It is essential that you regularly check and clean your pre-filter, as below.

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Step 1: Remove the outer casing of your air-purifier

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Step 2: Remove the filter cartridge from within the air-purifier

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Step 3: Give the fan vents on top and inside of the air-purifier a wipe with a damp cloth to remove any dirt/dust build up

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Step 4: Unclip the ‘Pre-Filter’ from your filter cartridge pack

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Step 5: Give the ‘Pre-Filter’ a good clean with your vacuum (or every now & then give it a wash with clean water)

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Step 6: Vacuum the dust sensors and interior fan vents to remove any excess dust

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Step 7: Clip your ‘pre-filter’ back into place in your filter cartridge pack & then return into the machine, just as it was when you first removed it.
*If you have cleaned your pre-filter with water, make sure to dry it completely before putting it back into the machine

Special notes:
• The above guide is intended for Ausclimate’s WINIX Ultimate 5-Stage Air Purifier
• For Ausclimate's WINIX 4-Stage Air-Purifiers, regular cleaning of the pre-filter is even easier because it is not actually attached to the other filters. Just remove as above, quick clean and return to the machine. It’s that easy.
• For both models, never clean or submerge your HEPA filter in water, only the pre-filter!

If in doubt, please refer to your user manual or get in touch with the Ausclimate team if unsure about anything:
1800 122 100 (free call)

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

When it's time to replace your filter

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One of the questions that we often get is "How often do I need to replace my air purifier filters?"

As most of you may already know, our Winix Air Purifiers come with their first filter ready to go. In cases of non-stop use, this should last you about 1 year before needing to be replaced. If you are using it less than this, it can last significantly longer! One of the easiest ways to tell if the time has come is the 'replacement filter indicator' as you can see in red in this picture. If this shows up for you, it's time to get your next filter.

Now if it has still not shown up by 18 months, our health experts recommend replacing it anyway at this time due to the nature of the pollutants that the air purifier has captured.

When the time has come, you can easily purchase your next filter designed just for your machine (with free delivery) by either giving us a call or purchasing on our website page.

As always, please let us know if you have any questions at all.

P.S. We'll have a great little guide coming your way soon on how to regularly clean your filters to make sure that you are really getting the best out of them.

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

Dry that Wet Weather Washing with your Dehumidifier

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With all of the rain that we've been getting in the last few days, drying that laundry can prove quite the challenge. It's times like this when your Ausclimate dehumidifier can be your best friend!

Whether one of our NWT compressor dehumidifiers or one of our Ausclimate Cool-Seasons dehumidifiers, simply set your dehumidifier up in a small, closed off room with your wet washing on a clothes horse and let it do it's magic. It will suck the moisture right out of those clothes and is actually more economical than your standard clothes-dryer.

As an added tip, do your best to make sure that the room is closed off (i.e. closed windows and doors) and empty your dehumidifier tank as required. Such a relief to finally get some dry washing on these damp and dreary days!

As always, please get in touch if you have any questions. Always here to help!

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the site: ausclimate.com.au

Winix Hospital Grade True HEPA Filtration

Hospital Grade HEPA

So just what is Hospital-Grade True HEPA Filtration?

Ausclimate’s Winix range are specifically designed for Australia, giving you the unique combination of superior 'PlasmaWave' air-purification technology and certified H13 Hospital-grade true HEPA filtration. This industry-leading technology & filtration standard effectively remove a broad range of odours, allergens & other airborne pollutants including; dust, smoke, pollen, pet dander, mould, bacteria, viruses and VOCs.

Why is Hospital Grade HEPA so important?

Ausclimate’s Winix air purifier range is certified as meeting the True HEPA Filter H13 certification - Australian Standard (AS 4260-1997)¹. This means that they have a confirmed H13 level of purification, removing 99.97% (minimum efficiency) of airborne pollutants such as viruses, bacteria & allergens as small as 0.3 microns (0.3 microns is far smaller than dust, dust mites, mould spores, pollens, bacteria and even pet dander!). This is the industry standard that defines whether an air purifier is suitable for use in hospital environments and medical applications including; clean-rooms, pharmaceutical manufacturing and any environment where clean/sterile conditions are required.

Not all HEPA filters are equal

The unfortunate truth is that many suppliers make the claim of having 'HEPA filters', however, some of these are in reality not actually 'H13 Hospital-grade true HEPA' filtration and upon testing, fail to filter 99.97% at 0.3 microns of particles from the air. As a responsible Australian supplier of quality air purifiers, proof of independent testing is very important to us, as it should be for all customers doing their research.

Ausclimate's Winix air purifier range proudly meets the Australian Standards, European Standards, as well as the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Standards and have the proof to back it up.¹

Surpassing Australian HEPA Filter Standards

While Ausclimate's Winix air purifier range meets these industry standards, in some ways our range actually surpasses them. Independent Australian tests¹ performed by Assured Equipment Services showed that at 0.3 microns, our filters actually surpassed the required efficiency level of 99.97%. Then as we get below the 99.97% efficiency rating, the filters can actually capture pollutants much smaller than the required 0.3 micron Standard (i.e. smoke and other tiny particles).

¹ H13 True Hepa filtration standard accredited by Australian independent testing laboratory, Assured Equipment Services, Utah-based Nelson Laboratories and Yonsei University, based in Seoul, South Korea. Test report results available upon request.


Shop with confidence

Take a look at our full range today on our website
Ausclimate's WINIX Air-Purifier range is approved by the National Asthma Council Australia Sensitive Choice Program. Our products are proudly manufactured and tested just for the Australian region. Ausclimate is a family owned Australian company since 2011, industry leaders in customer satisfaction.

We hope that you've found this article helpful and as always, please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions at all.

Cheers,

Russell Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

Healthy Breathing Month: Air Purifier Comparison Video


As Healthy Breathing Month rolls on, we thought it a perfect time to bring you our WINIX Air Purifier Comparison Video!

As we mentioned previously, top-quality air purifiers can be an excellent option to really clean the air in our homes and eliminate many of those nasty asthma and respiratory issue triggers. From everyday allergens like dust, dust mites and pet dander to VOCs (airborne chemicals). We often get asked about the differences between Ausclimate’s 4 & 5 stage WINIX air purifiers, so we decided to put together this little comparison video for you to tell you about some of the key differences. We even take them apart & break down the differences in the internal filters. For more info, please take a look at the rest of the website or get in touch. Always here to help!

Ausclimate are very proud of the fact that our NWT Dehumidifier range & WINIX Air-Purifier range are approved by the National Asthma Council Australia Sensitive Choice programme. Give them a visit to find some excellent air treatment content this month:
sensitivechoice.com


Healthy Breathing Month Special

Be sure not to miss out on our ‘Healthy Breathing Month Special’ on right now, giving you an additional 10% off of our already reduced sale prices. Please note that this offer is for over the phone purchases only, when you mention “Healthy Breathing Month”. So if you’ve been thinking about an air purifier purchase, now is a great time to buy!

Take a look at the rest of our website today to find out all about our WINIX air purifier range & give us a call to take advantage of this very limited special. All of the details right here


Stay tuned to this space throughout ‘Healthy Breathing Month’ as we’ll continue to spotlight more great information and resources to help you & your family to breathe easier.

Cheers,

Allan Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
ausclimate.com.au

Compressor vs Desiccant Dehumidifier Comparison Guide

With the introduction of our Cool-Seasons Desiccant Dehumidifier range, some of us might be a little confused whether a Cool-Seasons Desiccant or a classic NWT Compressor Dehumidifier is the right choice. So we decided to put together this handy little guide to help you work out which might be right for you.

Compressor vs Desiccant:an unbiased view (we sell both!)

Compressor dehumidifiers (also called refrigerant) have been used to dry out our homes for more than 40 years. Over this period, they have performed very well, building a reputation as a reliable energy efficient method of removing large volumes of excess moisture.

However, Desiccant-type dehumidifiers are also becoming quite popular in Australia.

So, how do you choose – ‘Compressor’ or ‘Desiccant’ dehumidifier?

In general terms, the Compressor dehumidifier still retains the position as top performer, particularly when the indoor temperature is around 20°C or above.

But if your indoor temperature is consistently below 20°c, then consider the Desiccant dehumidifier as a great option. They may be rated as having a lower overall moisture removal capacity, but they really do perform well at their rated capacity in those lower winter temperatures.

Compressor Desiccant Comparison Chart


Selecting the right model will depend on why you want to use it, when you use it, how you use it and where you live in Australia.

Why

Most of our customers purchase dehumidifiers to stop moisture related problems such as mould, dust-mites, condensation and musty odours etc.

Some of the issues are property related: protection of our valued and treasured possessions such as furnishing, clothing, footwear, camera equipment, electronics, etc.

Other issues are health related – a strong need to stop allergens such as mould and dust-mites before they grow, breed and then become airborne and affect our family’s health.


When

“When is the best time to dry the home – wait for winter”?

No, don’t wait for winter. Most homes get a build-up of indoor moisture through the summer and autumn months. So, we suggest you get started early; remove all that excess moisture in the warmer months and then do follow-up drying through your wetter/colder months of winter.

Having said that, some parts of Australia have wet summer months and dry winter months – keep reading for more help.


How

“How do you use a dehumidifier”?

You might be surprised that you do not have to run the dehumidifier every day to combat these common problems. Turning your dehumidifier on just once a week or so is generally enough to manage it. BUT, make sure to do the deep-down ‘structural’ drying first.


Where

So, now that we’ve discussed the WHY, the WHEN, the HOW, we can now help you decide the right type of dehumidifier for your area in Australia:

*Sydney, Northern NSW, WA, NT & QLD

An Ausclimate NWT Compressor Dehumidifier type may be the preferred option for these areas because of high rainfall season of summer and autumn.

*As example: even though Sydney has its fair share of rain in winter, it’s often during the warmer wet months that moisture builds up in the home. Then, why do you notice the excess moisture in winter and not the previous months?

Why?… because, as it becomes colder we tend to close our doors and windows: therefore, trapping the excess built up of moisture inside the home. Once we turn the heater on, mould starts appearing, windows have condensation and that musty odour is back.

If you keep your home dry during the previous wetter months, it’s quite likely you won’t see such a problem the following winter.

Melbourne, VIC, Southern NSW, Tasmania & SA

An Ausclimate Cool-Seasons Desiccant Dehumidifier type of dehumidifier may be the preferred option because these are typically cooler climates where the moisture problems are more confined to the winter months.

Generally, in the southern States, indoor room temperatures are consistently cooler than our northern neighbours: therefore, an Ausclimate Cool-Seasons Desiccant type dehumidifier may be the better option.

Others areas around Australia

The above regions all have areas that don’t fit nicely with the above options. There will be many areas where either Compressor or Desiccant or both may operate very effectively. Consider issue other issues such as local geography, elevation, bushland, shade, air movement, winds/breezes and of distance from the coast. These are all factors that influence your choice, including the architecture of your own home.

Also, it is important to note that it is the indoor room temperature and not the outside temperature that has a large bearing on selecting the right type of dehumidifier. Do you generally use a heater when operating a dehumidifier? Or would you consider using a Compressor dehumidifier with a heater option, such as the NWT All-Seasons 35L Compressor Dehumidifier.

A fair bit to think about!


If you’re still not quite sure, make it easy for yourself & talk to an Ausclimate industry-expert.

1800 122 100 (free call)

Ausclimate: Best service, best quality, best prices.

Thanks for reading, if you have any questions, please give us a yell.

Cheers,

Allan Bryan
Ausclimate Co-founder
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

Happy New Year from Ausclimate

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A slightly belated Happy New Year from all of us here at Ausclimate! (pictured left-to-right: Allan, Chris, Russell & Joanne)

We hope that everyone out there has had a wonderful Christmas & New Year break. We'd like to give out a big old 'thank-you' to all of you for 2018. It's been a huge year for us here in Ausclimate-land. It has just been so wonderful meeting & talking to the many hundreds of customers out there over the past year, helping you with your individual air quality & moisture issues & coming up with the right remedy for you. As a family-owned Australian business we are truly grateful for your business. We look forward to continuing to provide this personalised service & meeting many new friends in 2018!

It's also been delightful to welcome all of our new friends online & in the world of Facebook. It's just great to see how things are growing, bit-by-bit. We're very excited for what we have in store for our online friends in 2018. This year will be all about useful content to help you maintain a healthier indoor climate for yourself, your family & your loved ones:

  • More useful guides & tips to help you get the most out of your products
  • Handy fact sheets
  • More helpful videos (covering a range of healthy home subjects & from a variety of industry experts)
  • Keeping you posted on what we're up to here at Ausclimate
  • Some interesting uses of your products that you may not have even thought of
  • Special offers & giveaways just for our Ausclimate friends!

As always, we're here for you for any day-to-day air quality & moisture questions that you may have & to make sure that you are still getting the most out of your Ausclimate product. We're always keen to do what we can to help not only yourself, but also any other family members or friends who may be in need. So please get in touch, we're always only a call away!

ph: 1800 122 100 (free call)

Here's to a great 2018!

THANK-YOU,

Russell & Allan Bryan
Ausclimate Co-Founders
visit the website: ausclimate.com.au

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