Each ZARPAX has a unique indicator that changes color from blue to light-pink. When ZARPAX is saturated, the indicator will turn pink. ZARPAX should then be recharged.
DEHUMIDIFIERS – Why does the indicator need to face upwards when I am recharging ZARPAX dehumidifiers?
As the indicator needs to react to small changes in the humidity level, it is very sensitive to liquid water. When ZARPAX is being recharged drops of water may form beneath ZARPAX. If the indicator [...]
No, unfortunately this is not possible without damaging the product. If you do not have a microwave oven available, you can recharge the bag in the sun or on a central heating radiator if necessary. [...]
ZARPAX can be recharged in the microwave oven, but the metal grate must always be removed due to heat development. If necessary, a double-folded kitchen paper can be placed under ZARPAX while recharging to retain [...]
Not all silica beads are. But ZARPAX beads can be readily regenerated. While over time some of the beads might split due to the stress of steam escaping that has no significant effect on the [...]
A new ZARPAX bag can absorb about 40% of its content weight in water from the air. This has been verified by an independent laboratory. The maximum capacity itself will not decrease significantly after you [...]
DEHUMIDIFIERS – Is it a problem that the moisture evaporating out of ZARPAX while recharging ends up back in my home?
You must realize that the average household sometimes produces 10 to 15 liters of water vapor per day. No dehumidifier can absorb all of this moisture. This is also not necessary since the excess moisture [...]
Always place the product in or on a clean microwave-safe dish or plate. If you are not sure if your dish is microwave-safe, you can use tempered glass ovenware (Pyrex). To be on the safe [...]