DryAir Controlled Heat Drying System

Our DryAir heat drying system is designed for efficient, cost-effective drying for wet basements, flooded spaces, new construction, bedbug infestations, and more.

The DRYAIR Controlled Heat Drying System consists of a trailer-mounted 600,000-BTU oil-fired furnace linked to portable satellite furnaces using glycol-filled, low-pressure circulating links.

DryAir trailer-mounted oil-fired furnace heater

DryAir controlled heat drying is perfect for:

  • Fire-damaged and water-damaged structures
  • Wet basements and crawlspaces
  • New construction
  • Temporary emergency heat and power generation
  • Bedbug infestations

DryAir heat drying system manifold setup

The controlled heat drying process

The satellite furnaces are placed within the affected areas of the structure. The heated glycol is circulated throughout the system, greatly increasing the ambient air temperature.

The heated air is now capable of holding much higher levels of moisture, effectively drawing the moisture out of all wet materials. Using air movers, Pro Pacific DKI vents the hot, moisture-laden air outside.

DyAir satellite heaters being unloaded from a trailer

DryAir system advantages

  • Greatly reduced strip-out and debris removal costs
  • Less impact on landfills
  • Faster and more efficient dry-down process
  • Significantly lower reconstruction costs
  • Less downtime and quicker re-occupation of affected areas
  • Totally self-contained heat delivery system and electrical power generation

Our Service Territory

Pro Pacific DKI’s exclusive service territory is highlighted on the map above. Please click on the office location closest to your property for contact details.

“...thank you and your crew for a job well done…the couple are elderly and were away on vacation. Everything in their condo was very satisfactorily and all the people I met were friendly, professional, and caring. I had to let my friends know what happened in their condo prior to their return home…they were more concerned until they saw their place and then they had difficulty trying to see any damage. In fact they only noticed the nice new ceilings in the kitchen and dining room.”