How does Dri-Z-Air remove excess
moisture from the air?
Dri-Z-Air crystals absorb moisture from the air. Excess moisture
can cause mold and mildew to form. Using Dri-Z-Air will keep
this from happening. It’s simple!
do I use Dri-Z-Air?
To use Dri-Z-Air, remove the clip and lift off the upper half
of the grill-work compartment. Open one envelope of
crystals and empty it into the bottom half of the grill-work
compartment. Replace the top half of the grill-work
and the clip. Dri-Z-Air is ready to use.
Where can I find Dri-Z-Air products?
You can find Dri-Z-Air products at your local participating
Please see the list of Dri-Z-Air retailers.
How many Dri-Z-Air units do I
We recommend one Dri-Z-Air unit for every 10’ x 10’
space. For example, use one Dri-Z-Air unit in a small bedroom
or three Dri-Z-Air units in a 25’ motor home. The placement
of the units is important. In a 25’ motor home, place
a Dri-Z-Air unit in the rear, middle and front.
Do I need to dispose of the Dri-Z-Air liquid daily?
The Dri-Z-Air unit does not have to be emptied until all the
crystals have dissolved. The liquid in the bowl will not evaporate,
but will continue to collect moisture. We do want to caution
not to spill the liquid, since it collects moisture. If you
have the Dri-Z-Air units where they might get bumped or kicked,
please put the unit on a Dri-Z-Air tray or in a plastic bowl
to catch any spills.
When filling the Dri-Z-Air unit
with the Dri-Z-Air crystals, I noticed some small particles
falling to the bottom of the Dri-Z-Air unit. Are these going
No, these are not wasted. They will work the same as the crystals
in the basket. Our specifications allow for a percentage of
small particles which cannot be avoided.
How do I dispose of the liquid
in the Dri-Z-Air unit after all the crystals have dissolved?
If you are on a city sewer system or septic system, dump the liquid down the
toilet and flush with plenty of water. The solution is a highly concentrated
salt brine and is non-toxic.
How do I clean up the liquid if
Use only plain cold water. Vacuum up the spill with a wet/dry
vacuum, soak the area with water, vacuum, repeat several times.
Let the area dry. If it stays dry that is a sign that the
spill is cleaned. If it gets damp again, repeat the process.
Why is Dri-Z-Air corrosive to
metal and leather?
Dri-Z-Air is calcium chloride, which is a salt product. When
the liquid comes in contact with metal for a prolonged period,
the metal will corrode. If it comes in contact with leather,
it will dry out and become damaged.
Why do the Dri-Z-Air crystals
The color change is caused by dust from the air.
Why do the Dri-Z-Air crystals
The Dri-Z-Air crystals are calcium chloride, which is a non-toxic
inorganic salt product. As with table salt, when they collect
moisture, they harden. Dri-Z-Air crystals are like a moisture-absorbing-magnet
as it pulls the moisture from the air. When the crystals have
grabbed all the moisture they can hold, the liquid will begin
filling the bottom of the unit and the crystals will dissolve.
Will Dri-Z-Air reduce the humidity to undesirable levels?
No. The Dri-Z-Air crystals absorb moisture when the humidity is higher than 50% in the air.
If the humidity falls below 50%, the crystals will go into a holding pattern and will begin working again once humidity
increases above 50%.
Where does your calcium chloride come from?
Dri-Z-Air calcium chloride crystals are made in U.S.A.from high grade materials mined in the U.S.A.
Where can I find your material
safety data sheet? (MSDS)
Click on this link for information. Dri-Z-Air
Safety Data Sheet