Phoenix 250 Dehumidifier

The 250 MAX combines the latest in Phoenix technology with a lineage dating back to the original Phoenix
200. The Phoenix 200, the first dehumidifier to be described as an LGR (Low Grain Refrigerant) dehumidifier,
revolutionized the restoration industry. Next Phoenix introduced the legendary 200 MAX, which has been
a top seller for almost 2 decades, followed by the addition of the Phoenix 200 HT featuring excellent high temperature
performance. With the 250 MAX, Phoenix has now combined the best features of the 200 MAX
and the 200 HT into one unit.

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  We kept the outstanding handle used on the R200 along with patented ByPass™ technology, increased airflow, multiple ducting options, and a pleated media filter. And, with some amazing Phoenix Engineering, the NEW R250 removes the most water of the Phoenix roto molds at 135 pints per day (AHAM) while drawing only 8.3 amps of electricity, making it one of the smallest, lightest XL category LGRs on the market.

The R250 pulls 135 pints at AHAM while drawing only 8.3 amps. By using Phoenix’s patented bypass system, the R250 will continue to maximize water removal in temperatures beyond the competition’s acceptable operating range. The R250 also offers user-friendly solid state controls which – in addition to power and purge buttons – featuring total hours and job hours.

The R250 also provides a number of convenience features that set it apart from the competition. The unit features an outlet grill that is configured to accept a variety of Thermo hygrometer probes (e.g. HM-34 and 40, Humiport, LM-8000, etc.) for taking accurate psychrometric readings. For added convenience, the power cord and condensate hose stored inside the hinged lid, while the stackable design helps maximize your storage capacity. Like all Phoenix dehumidifiers, the R250 also features superior filtration and multiple ducting options.

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