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Quest 876

High Capacity Series

@ 80 F | 60% RH

  • Capacity 876 Pints/Day
  • Efficiency 6.6 Pints/kWh
  • Supply Voltage 220-240V
  • Current Draw 24.7 Amps
Warranty | Madison 
| Title 24 Compliant

Overview

Powered by patented coil technology that isn’t available anywhere else, the Quest 876 dehumidifier is designed to work round-the-clock with maximum energy efficiency and flexibility. Featuring integrated handles and hang points, this powerhouse machine can be suspended overhead, freeing up valuable floor space.

M-CoRR Technology
The Quest 876 dehumidifier boasts our unique patented M-CoRR technology. This multi-coil refrigeration design recycles excess heat to provide the highest efficiencies available on the market, while reducing heat (BTUs) output into your space.

The Quest 876 is engineered and assembled in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. It’s backed by a 5-year warranty providing confidence in your purchase. In addition, this unit meets California Title 24 requirements for ducted (whole-home) installation.

key features

Efficient

HIGH EFFICIENCY

Pulling more water per kilowatt hour than any other brand, saving energy and dollars

M-CoRR

PATENTED MULTI-COIL TECHNOLOGY

Achieves highest efficiencies
available in the market

Lowest Amp Draw

INDUSTRY’S LOWEST AMP DRAW

More efficient units have less heat output and free up electricity for other equipment

Features

OVERHEAD OR GROUND PLACEMENT

Built to fit what works for your space

WIDEST OPERATING RANGE

Of temperature and relative humidity

UL RATED AND ETL LISTED

The highest safety standard

INTEGRATED HANDLES

For ease of movement

MERV 13 FILTRATION

Superior filtration removes more harmful contaminants from the air such as dust, pollen and mold as well as bacteria and some viruses

AUTO RESTART

Unit automatically defaults to prior settings in the event of a power outage

Specifications

@ 80 F / 60% RH

Water Removal

876 Pints/Day

Efficiency

6.6 Pints/kWh

Energy Factor

3.1 L/kWh

Current Draw

24.7 Amps

Power

5,500 Watts

BTU (Total)

58,200

BTU (Heat of Condensation)

39,600

BTU (Motor Load)

18,600

@ 75 F / 50% RH

Water Removal

614 Pints/Day

Efficiency

5.2 Pints/kWh

Energy Factor

2.5 Liters/kWh

Current Draw

22.4 Amps

california title 24 compliant

Ducted Energy Factor

6.2 Pints/kWh @ 73 F | 60% RH

Part Number

4037600

Dehumidifier Type

Refrigerant Dehumidifier

CFM

1,850

Operating Temperature

56 F Min–95 F Max

Supply Voltage

220–240 VAC, 1 Phase, 60 Hz

Unit Dimensions

44.8″ L x 28.9″ W x 34.1″ H

Unit Weight

350 lb

Control Type

Requires external control

Air Filter MERV Rating

MERV 13

Air Filter Dimensions

18″ x 20″ x 2″

Power Cord

Hardwire Only

Refrigerant Type

R410A

Refrigerant Amount

6 lb 4 oz

Drain Port Connection

3/4″ Threaded NPT

Warranty

5 Year

Installation Options

Freestanding dehumidifier

Freestanding unit

Overhead dehumidifier

Can be mounted overhead with use of 3/8″ Threaded Rod

Proper P-trap

P-Trap Requirements

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