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Commercial Restoration Equipment

Restoration requires equipment as tough as the jobs you work on. Property damage from hurricanes, flooding, fires, plumbing leaks and more can take several days of continuous work to mitigate, and you need restoration equipment that is up to the task. The most common tools of the restoration business are air movers, dehumidifiers and air scrubbers. It is impossible to do a thorough job without these items. Often, disaster restoration professionals use these three pieces of equipment together.

Restoration Air Movers

Heavy Duty Restoration Dehumidifiers

Restoration HEPA Air Scrubbers


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Commercial Air Movers

Commercial air movers significantly decrease drying time, so you can get to work restoring, repairing and rebuilding. They provide a means of increasing airflow to facilitate drying before water can cause mold growth or lead to structural damage. On water restoration jobs, you may need your air movers to run for several days without stopping. Commercial-grade products are meant to stand up to this much continual use. Fire damage remediation will also require the circulation of air in conjunction with commercial air scrubbers to remove soot and other airborne contaminants from the environment

When selecting the right air mover to buy, consider the size and quality of the unit. You can potentially save energy by using an air mover that is the right size for your job. A smaller unit is ideal for fitting into confined spaces, while the larger units can dry a whole floor quickly.

Air mover features to consider

Other specifications of air movers to consider:

  • Power draw – On a lot of restoration jobs, you may be running power from a generator or across a long distance on a lead cord. You want an air mover with the least amount of power draw that can still get the job done.
  • Noise – Noise is a factor that might not affect you or your crew, but it could impact your customers and their neighbors. Following a flood or other water emergency, everyone wants to get back to normal as quickly as possible. If you are working in a commercial building where leaky plumbing damaged a single unit, you may need to consider the normal business operations of the neighbors.
  • Airflow – Powerful airflow can shorten your drying time. When you promise a completion date, you do not want your air mover to hold you up. Consider the amount of airflow that you need and look at the CFM ratings on the air mover that you are considering purchasing to make sure that it meets your needs.
  • Type – There are three primary types of air movers. Centrifugal, axial and low profile. Centrifugal air movers typically provide a higher velocity of airflow, with a lower volume of air moved, while axial air movers provide lower velocity and higher volume. Lowe profile air movers utilize similar technology to your typical centrifugal air movers but take up much less space vertically. Centrifugal air movers, also called “snail fans,” are more commonly used for restoration work and the higher velocity air provides better drying power.

Getting the right restoration equipment for the job makes all the difference!

Air Movers from Aer Industries

We carry the commercial air movers you need to get the job done right.

  • B-Air® Flex FX-1 Mini – 1/4 HP, 12 lbs. This unit is powerful for its size and easily fits in small spaces.
  • B-Air® Grizzly GP-1 – 1 HP, 45 lbs. This machine features three-speed versatility in a compact, durable casing.
  • B-Air® PB-25 Axial – 1/4 HP, 34 lbs. The most powerful air mover on the market is sure to get the job done right.
  • B-Air® Vent VP-25 Compact – 1/4 HP, 11 lbs. Daisy-chain five of these units and still only pull 2.1 amps.
  • B-Air® Vent VP-33 – 1/3 HP, 29 lbs. These small units are stackable with interlocking parts.
  • B-Air® Vent VP-50 – 1/2 HP, 29 lbs. Most powerful air mover in its class, this model has a small profile for flexibility and convenience.
  • BlueDri™ One-29 – 1/3 HP, 26 lbs. This piece of equipment is highly durable yet easy to carry.
  • BlueDri™ Jetster – 1/3 HP, 26 lbs. Three speeds and three positioning angles make this unit extremely versatile.
  • Soleaire® Super Monsoon 1HP – 1 HP, 38 lbs. The heavy-duty snail design is ideal for carpets.
  • Soleaire® Max Storm – 1/2 HP, 25 lbs. Easily fit this unit into closets or attic spaces.

Aer Industries has a variety of air movers to meet your needs, whether you are handling large disaster remediation jobs or smaller, more isolated damage.

Commercial Dehumidifiers

Dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air to dry the environment more quickly. Using a commercial dehumidifier in a controlled space will significantly increase the drying speed. A dehumidifier will make water damage restoration process more efficient, especially when used in combination with an air mover.

Dehumidifier makes restoration work more efficient

LGR vs. Conventional Dehumidifiers

LGR dehumidifiers use a double cooling system to create lower temperatures within the piece of equipment to increase the amount of condensation, this increases the amount of water removed from the air. These are an excellent choice for severe water damage restoration since they work faster and remove greater amounts of moisture quickly.

Conventional dehumidifiers also condense the water in the air to remove moisture, but since they do not feature the double cooling system, they remove less moisture than LGR models. Conventional dehumidifiers also tend to be less expensive and more portable than LGR models. Choosing the right type of disaster restoration equipment for your job can affect your efficiency and profit margin.

When deciding on the right dehumidifiers to purchase, you’ll want to consider the following factors:

  • Size — The size of the unit will determine where it can be most effective. You will not be able to get a large unit into a compact space, and a smaller unit will have to run for longer to effectively dry out a larger space. Size is also a factor in transporting your equipment and moving it from job site to job site. LGR dehumidifiers can be heavier than conventional ones.
  • Cost — When you purchase commercial-grade restoration equipment, you make an investment in your business. While lower quality equipment may be less expensive, it will need to be replaced much sooner that heavy-duty dehumidifiers. In the long run, investing in quality equipment will save you money. Calculating the potential return on your equipment investment is another important part of this decision. Expensive equipment that spends most of the time sitting in your garage is like cash sitting around depreciating.
  • Usefulness — You will need to consider the types of jobs that you will be taking on and what types of dehumidifiers they will require. By reviewing the types of water damage restoration jobs you’ve done in the past year, you can determine your most pressing needs.

A careful analysis of your business and your available cash will help you determine which dehumidifier to buy.

AHAM vs Saturation Ratings for Dehumidifiers

The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers provides a rating system to make it easy for you to compare different models of dehumidifiers. For AHAM ratings, equipment is tested at 60 percent humidity and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, which is considered “average” conditions. AHAM ratings are reported in Pints per Day (PPD), and these represent the amount of moisture a dehumidifier can remove from the air in typical temperature and humidity conditions.

Many dehumidifiers also have a saturation rating. The saturation rating evaluates use in more extreme environmental conditions than AHAM ratings. Saturation is measured at 90 percent humidity and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. This rating represents a dehumidifier’s maximum water removing capabilities and is also reported in PPD.

Saturation rating defintion

Understanding these two ratings can help you to better understand the capabilities of dehumidifiers that you are considering for purchase and determine which one best fits your needs.

Dehumidifiers from Aer Industries

  • B-Air® Vantage LGR VG-3000 – 170 PPD AHAM, 300 PPD saturation. This industry leader can run for days without freezing up or losing efficiency.
  • B-Air® Vantage LGR-2200 – 130 PPD AHAM, 225 PPD saturation. With its durable casing and large rubber wheels, this unit can go almost anywhere.
  • B-Air® Vantage VG-1500 – 76 PPD AHAM, 150 PPD saturation. This compact unit maneuvers easily into tight spaces.
  • BlueDri™ BD-100LGR – 100 PPD AHAM, 200 PPD saturation. This small unit offers durability and convenience.
  • BlueDri™ BD-130P – 225 PPD saturation, 130 PPD AHAM. This unit is the perfect tool for water damage remediation jobs of any size.
  • BlueDri™ BD-76P – 150 PPD saturation, 76 PPD AHAM. At just 81 pounds, this unit provides added flexibility and power at the same time.
  • BlueDri™ BD-LGR75C Compact – 145 PPD saturation, 75 PPD AHAM. This unit was specifically designed for water restoration projects because of its power to size ratio.

Not sure which one is right for your business? Let our team help you choose the dehumidifier that is right for your restoration business.

Commercial HEPA Air Scrubbers

HEPA air filters remove tiny particles from the air, particles as small as .003 microns. This is important for fire damage restoration when there are soot and smoke particles lingering in the air, or in water damage situations when bacteria, mold or other contaminants are present. Removing these particulates from the air is essential to remediation.

Buying HEPA Air Scrubbers

When shopping for air scrubbers, there are a couple of specs to consider:

  • Airflow – The airflow in an air scrubber tells you how quickly it filters through the air. The air needs to flow through the unit for the particulates to be trapped and clean air to exit on the other side. An air scrubber will be rated for cubic feet per minute (CFM) of airflow.
  • Portability – You want an air scrubber that can get the job done, but one that also fits your transportation capabilities. You will also want to consider the size of the spaces that you will need to position the air scrubber in. Look at the size and weight of an air scrubber and if you have the means to move it around before buying it.
  • Durability – Just like with any of the equipment you use in your water damage restoration business, you need an air scrubber that is going to last. When equipment breaks down in the middle of a job, it costs you time and money.

Think about the jobs where you will use an air scrubber, your ability to transport and move it and the amount of money you can afford to spend on this essential equipment for restoration work.

HEPA Air Scrubbers from Aer Industries

We have the most reliable, portable commercial air scrubbers on the market.

  • BlueDri™ Air Shield 550 HEPA – .33 HP, 45 lbs. Three-stage filtration and variable speed switch allow for flexible use.
  • B-Air® RA-650 HEPA – .33 HP, 45 lbs. Daisy-chain this low amp portable unit on any job site.

Why Invest in Commercial-Grade Fire or Water Damage Restoration Supplies?

Your customers are counting on you to get their property back to normal as quickly as possible. You need commercial-grade equipment you can rely on. Quality disaster restoration equipment costs a little more up front, but it will be dependable and last much longer, saving you money in the long run.

Customers are counting on your restoration company

The reputation of your business depends on your ability to complete water restoration jobs quickly and thoroughly. Stopping in the middle of a job to repair or replace broken equipment does not create the most professional impression. It also slows down jobs and causes unneeded frustration.

Choose Aer Industries for All Your Restoration Equipment Needs

The restoration equipment for sale at Aer Industries is top-quality and dependable. When it comes to restoration equipment for water or fire damage, you can count on Aer Industries to carry the best commercial equipment available. We stock quality commercial-grade equipment in different sizes and at various price points to get you what you need to get the job done right.

We even offer water damage restoration equipment as an easy way for you to get all the equipment you need to get started or expand your business. These flood restoration packages come with a variety of restoration air movers, dehumidifiers and air scrubbers. You can select the equipment package that best fits your needs.

If you’re looking to buy in bulk, we also offer bulk restoration equipment packages, with a variety of air movers, dehumidifiers and HEPA air scrubbers available for sale in bulk.

Contact Aer Industries today to learn more about the water restoration equipment that can help you grow your business. Our knowledgeable team can explain all the features of the HEPA air scrubbers, dehumidifiers and air movers we sell to help you make the right purchase decision.


Related Resources:

Water Damage Restoration Guide

Wildfire Recovery & Restoration Guide

Best Placement for Water Damage Restoration Equipment

What You Need to Start a Restoration Company