Workshop dehumidifier

Workshop is 50Msq and is damp when it rains and is unheated. It is going to be rebuilt in the next six/nine month (same size) so that it will not be damp and it will be heated. While it is being rebuilt (about 3 months) tools etc will be stored in an unheated/damp area.
I want to buy a suitable dehumidifier to keep things in reasonable shape now and while the rebuilding is going on. Once complete the dehumidifier would be used for wood drying.
What mfgrs are the "standard" and what should I be taking into consideration.
Or am I wasting my time? Should I go buy a bigger bin for the electrolysis set up? Cos I'm going to need it :-)
Many thanks, Roy (UK)
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A dehumidifier won't hurt but I'd invest in some Boshield or other protectant for all ferrous surfaces. Don't know who sells dehumidifiers in the UK. Mine in the US is White.
Phil
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