I was curious as to how well my EvaDry 500 was working in my keezer. I still get small puddles of condensation and my DampRid container still seems to be collecting moisture as well (I had a refill so figured I'd use it) Currently it just sits in the bottom, but at some point I plan on configuring the airflow to blow across it. But that isn't really the point of this post.
Yesterday I pulled it and the crystals were pink indicating that it is time to recharge. I decided to weigh the unit to see about how much moisture it really captures. Full weight = 841g, recharged weight = 767g, difference 74g. This comes out to about 2.5 fl oz of moisture. That's not really enough for my setup considering the humidity in North Texas and I will be relocating to an area that has just as much humidity soon.
From here I don't know what I am going to do, add more EvaDry units and maybe stagger them so only one needs a recharge every other week? I've thought about the "bake to recharge" style units, but I don't like the idea of running the oven for 3 hours. I'm using picnic taps, so the lid is getting opened fairly often. Maybe the performance will be better when I get proper faucets.
Have others been happy with their EvaDry units?