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Humidifiers increase the humidity in rooms reducing static electricity and helping to preserve material properties. Many are hygrostat-controlled to monitor and maintain a specific relative humidity level automatically.
Legionella thrives in stagnant water so it is essential that systems incorporating humidifiers are designed to avoid this risk. Ideally systems should incorporate daily flush-through and drain cycles.
Air Filtration Products
Air filtration products are designed to improve indoor air quality and reduce germs, particles and odors. They are available in a variety of materials and sizes. Some filters are electrostatically charged to trap contaminants and prevent them from reaching the airflow. Others have a pleated design to increase surface area for more effective filtration. Other filters have a specialized media like charcoal, activated carbon or synthetic fabrics that are safe for the environment and non-allergenic. Activated carbon filters are effective for filtering odors and chemical gases.
HEPA air filtration systems remove mold spores, dust mites, most viruses, bacteria and other microbes from the air. They also eliminate stubborn odors and gasses. They have a high clean air delivery rate (CADR) and are used to purify large spaces like homes, hospitals, hotels and offices.
The humidity in a home should be between 30% and 55% to avoid the growth of allergens and other pathogens. Air humidity can be monitored with a simple gauge called a humidistat.
Portable air filtration units are available in tabletop and console designs. Some have an evaporator or atomizer to make the air ultrasonic humidifier supplier moist by forcing air over water inside the unit. Other models are based on ultrasonic, which makes the water vibrate at a very fast speed to change it into a mist. These units are small enough to be used in individual rooms, while larger console models can be installed in central locations with ductwork to spread moisture throughout the entire house.
Humidifiers offer a number of benefits to users. They can relieve the dryness of skin, lips and nose. They can also relieve the discomforts associated with cold air such as irritated sinuses, dry throat and cough. They can also protect wood furnishings from drying and warping and prevent treasured items like posters, books and paper photos from becoming brittle. They can also help a home feel warmer at lower temperatures because of the added moisture, which helps reduce heating costs.
Some models have a built in humidistat or hygrometer, which makes monitoring the level of humidity easy and accurate. This is a very important feature to look for since too much moisture can cause the same problems as dry air, such as mold, dust mites and other biological organisms, which can trigger allergic reactions in people. Humidifiers are often self-regulated to avoid this, but if they are not, a hygrometer can be purchased separately to ensure that the moist air is at an optimum level of humidity for health and comfort.
When a humidifier is used properly, it can deliver a multitude of benefits to people, including moisturizing skin and assisting with allergy and asthma symptoms, as well as alleviating dry sinuses and noses, and helping with snoring. However, if the machine is not cleaned regularly it can disperse harmful microorganisms into the air. This is a particular concern in humidifiers using tap water, which can contain minerals and bacteria that can gum up the system and breed odor-causing mold and algae. Distilled water, which can be purchased at most grocery stores, has fewer minerals and is recommended as a safer option. However, if this type of water is not available, any model should be cleaned frequently to avoid dispersing these potentially harmful organisms into the air.
High Pressure Fog Systems
Designed to cool greenhouses, bays and climate zones, the high-pressure fog system creates extremely fine water droplets that instantly evaporate. Using the existing temperature and humidity of the atmosphere to guide the evaporative cooling process, the system is able to achieve precise cooling levels with little energy use.
This type of humidification is perfect for horticultural applications as well as commercial and industrial spaces such as labs, cabinet shops, lumber storage, telecommunications and electronics manufacturing/assembly areas, hatchery incubators, woodworking and more. A MicroCool representative will study atmospheric conditions at your location before designing the optimal system for your needs. In addition, nozzle and pump locations, as well as any thermal or shade screen installations, are also important factors to consider.
Once the horticultural fog system has been designed, the ultrasonic humidifier supplier system will monitor ambient temperatures and humidity with sensors that will adjust fan operation and nozzle atomization for optimal control. Some advanced computer driven systems will be able to predict conditions and change the operating frequency of the fog system for maximum efficiency.
Fog nozzles are available in both flexible and stainless steel options for easy installation and hygienic maintenance. Mineral free water is used to prevent nozzle and pump build-up. These systems operate quietly and efficiently with a minimal amount of electricity, compared to steam and compressed dry air humidifiers.