Where does the moisture go?

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Traditionally thinking (as with electric dehumidifiers), you’d expect to find a lot of “water” if it is removing moisture from the air. Right? Electric dehumidifiers actually generate water by causing condensation on its coil. Our panels do NOT cause any condensation. Humidity is absorbed or adsorbed (depending upon the mineral used) and “captured” into the pores of our minerals. These pore surface areas are so vast that they are able to hold on to the water vapor (gas) until it is heated during regeneration.

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