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Product DescriptionPerfect for your home safe, this electric dehumidifier is designed to raise the temperature inside the safe, thus absorbing unwanted moisture. This helps lower the relative humidity, protecting your firearms and other metal valuables from rust.
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Q:I installed the 12" model in my STACK ON 10 gun security safe.. it did not seem to get very hot..and I only slightly lowered the humidity.( was 59% now its 55%) Should I be able to grab ahold of this without burning my hand..I think mine only gets 100 degs?Asked on 1/25/2010 by mikeg from grand rapids, mi
A:Welcome to the club . My Liberty only gets to about 90*. It is a total waste of time . Everything I read says put the longest one that will fit horizontally . My best humidity level was about 56% before I bought a room dehumidifier . Liberty sent me a new one that is room temp at best!! I hope to get a refund and buy a real one .Answered on 2/13/2010 by UncleFuzzy from Ozarks
A:I haven't checked the differences in humidity levels or the change in heat values. Mine keeps the safe around 64-69 degrees (I haven't tracked it routinely enough to know exactly). I don't know what temperature it needs to be, but since I know it is heating the interior, it must be taking the moisture out in the process. I bought mine to work in concert with the two large cans of dessicant I have. I was having to recharge these about every 5 weeks so I decided to get the rod to lengthen the times between recharging. I know mine gets warm, but I don't recall it getting too hot. I quickly touched it one time and didn't notice it was overly hot. I have not grabbed it though. When I need to move, I just kind of handle it by the attached legs. Hope this helps.
My safe is 65 cu. feet.Answered on 2/10/2010 by Steve from Nashville, TN
Q:The answer above to the question about size says the unit is 12-18 inches. Which is it, 12 inches or 18 inches? Also, how many watts does it draw?Asked on 11/15/2009 by Jim B from MI
A:The answer is "not long enough ". My 12" is a total waste of time . They sent a new one to me that doesn't work at all . I wouldn't want a free one !Answered on 2/13/2010 by UncleFuzzy from Ozarks
Q:What is the length?Asked on 12/11/2008 by shorty from De Queen, AR
A:12" and 18"Answered on 1/16/2009 by Bos from Houston, TX
Q:Will this dehumidifier work in a small gun safe, say under 50 cubic ft.
How long is it and how many watts of electricity does it use?
Can the plug be disconnected and put thru the hole in the safe?Asked on 12/10/2008 by Jackman from Joliet, IL.
A:Yes! It was design for 50cf and smaller gun safes.12-18"long. very low wattage less costly than rust & corrision damage. and most gunsafes have a small hole in them already just for installing lights & dehumidifiers.Answered on 4/26/2009 by STP from Waupaca WI
Q:what size hole would you have to drill into the back of the safe to get this installed and powered up?Asked on 12/7/2008 by Mexican Joe from Quitman, TX.
A:Generally all safes,even fireproof safes, provide a hole under the flooring for the power cord.Answered on 1/16/2009 by Bos from Houston, TX
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