Air Pool Dehumidification

Wall Mounted Dehumidifiers for indoor pool installation

By extracting moisture from humid air and converting it into warm, dry air, the Atecpool Air Dehumidifier effectively addresses issues such as condensation and the potential corrosion of furniture. This particular dehumidifier model is ideally designed for indoor pool settings, specifically offering wall-mounted options tailored to regulate humidity levels within indoor swimming facilities. Notably discreet in operation with noise levels ranging between 44 to 47 decibels (dB[A]), this unit also boasts remarkable energy efficiency thanks to the incorporation of R410A compressors and an integrated electronic thermostat.



  1. Epoxy Fin Air Exchanger
    Air Dehumidifier adopt epoxy fin air exchanger which is featured with great anti-corrosion performance, ensuring the units longer life.
  2. Super Silent Operation
    Heat Pump Dehumidifiers utilise DC fan motors to circulate air, allowing the units to work silently.
  3. Ultra-Thin Casing
    With a compact inner structure our Air Dehumidifiers feature an ultra-thin casing 200mm thick, requiring less space in the pool house.
  4. High Working Efficiency
    The dehumidification volume reaches as much as 3.0 L/h at 30˚C ambient temperature and 80% relative humidity.
  5. Exclusive Design
    Atecpool Air Dehumidifier provides two exclusive designs. Users can choose the white glass panel or black glass panel casing according to your preference.
  6. Automatic Temperature Detection
    The unit is equipped with a sensor that detects the ambient temperature. If the ambient temperature exceeds 30°C, the unit will automatically shut down to protect the equipment.


Working principle

The functionality of the system revolves around pulling humid air through a refrigerated coil with the assistance of a compact fan. Inside the refrigeration apparatus, the chilly coil induces water condensation from the air, and this resultant water accumulation is subsequently eliminated. Following this, the air undergoes a re-warming process via the hot coil. This sequence of actions demonstrates optimal efficiency in settings characterized by elevated ambient temperatures and a notable dew point temperature.