Phoenix 270HTx LGR Spec Sheet Phoenix 270HTx Manual 270HTx Specifications Part No. 4028600 Power 8.9 Amps, 110–120 VAC Water Removal 161 Pints/Day @ AHAM34 Gal./Day @ Saturation Blower 380 CFM Operating Range 33°F to 125°F W x H x D 20″ x 40″ x 23″ Weight 130 Lbs. Xactimate Code WTRDHM>>> Rate/Day $133.15 MSRP $2,879 All Stainless LGR Dehumidifiers LGR Dehumidifier Spec Chart Phoenix Layflat Duct Specifications Material: Blown Film Resin Length: 250 Feet (76.2 m) Melting Point: 249°F (121°C) Phoenix 270HTx LGR Dehumidifier The Phoenix 270HTx is one of the most effective and versatile drying devices available. The Phoenix 270HTx features more water removal (161 pints per day@AHAM) and higher grain depression than other refrigerant dehumidifiers, while drawing only 8.9 amps of electricity. The 270HTx features Phoenix’s patented bypass design, which is now enhanced to compensate for temperature automatically. By sensing and adjusting to temperature changes in the drying chamber, the 270HTx maximizes water removal over an extended operating range without the need for manual adjustments. Watch All 270HTx MAX Service/Maintenance Videos At higher temperatures, where typical LGRs lose effectiveness, the Phoenix 270HTx automatically adjusts to continue removing moisture. This offers several advantages to the restorer, including faster evaporation rates, quicker drying, and elimination of the need to remove or modify equipment for temperature control. The downward-focused exhaust airflow directs dehumidified low grain air toward the floor, while a raised base improves drying directly under the dehumidifier. The Phoenix 270HTx also features a recessed condensate outlet, inboard wheels, increased airflow with higher static pressure and an improved skid plate design. As always, Phoenix dehumidifiers feature significant air filtration. The standard 65% MERV 11 filter removes over 90% of seven micron particles (the size of a human red blood cell). This filtration improves the air quality in the areas being dried and assures the continued optimal performance of the refrigeration system.