There are some air humidification systems on the market. We give you an overview of and describe in a nutshell the features and performance per system.
- The most recent development in the field of humidification, the ultrasonic humidification. This technique is also referred to as ultrasonic or Cool Mist.
- This method works with, low-noise high-frequency vibrations under water, which transform the water into a micro-fine mist. A fan ensures that this mist enters the desired area.
- To temperature drop in to prevent the space, it can warm mist to be made, at a temperature of 40 ° C. Because of this, and the water is free from bacteria held by the ultrasonic vibration and microbes and fungi are slain by the built-hygrostat and an infinitely variable output regulator.
- By using a scaling, the pattern will also prevent limescale.
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Humidification via evaporation:
In a humidifier that uses evaporation, the dry air is sucked by a fan to am guided into the water tank via humid elements. These items evaporate the water and the wetted, as well as purified; the air is blown into space. The purification of the air is done at the same time, so if any odors, vapors and dust even remain behind in the system.
This technique works without humidistat. Air absorbs moisture as the height of the temperature of the space; this does always reach the correct humidity level. This evaporator also uses little energy, despite the fact that the rotation motor and fan run on electricity.
Humidification via steam
In a humidifier, the water from the water tank cooked before the water vapor is blown into space. This allows the air humidity is increased, but also the temperature in the area.
In this technique, will first of all the water from a water tank to be boiled. Then, the humidifier water vapor blows in the air. This increases the humidity, but this temperature will also increase. This method uses relatively much energy.
The heating of the water takes place within the insert of the evaporator, which consists of two electrodes and a cloud chamber.
The electricity flows from one electrode to the other, wherein the water guide the flow. Because humidifiers may release a lot of moisture in a short time on the air, it is advisable to check the humidity regularly. This can also be controlled automatically by a humidistat.
This technique is very safe to use and cleanses all contaminants occurring in the water, but is not as economical in consumption as the alternatives above.
Relative air humidity
Relative humidity indicates the percentage of water vapor is in the air at a certain temperature and air pressure, about the maximum amount of water vapor.
The relative humidity of a mixture of air and water is defined as the ratio of the partial pressure of the water vapor in the mixture and the saturated vapor pressure of water at a prescribed temperature.
Air is a mixture of gasses, and it may contain less than 100 degrees Celsius (boiling point of water) an absolute amount of water vapor. That exact amount has to do with the temperature of the air and with the air pressure. At temperatures above the boiling point of the air can contain infinitely water dam.
A saturated air has an air humidity of 100% (maximum amount of water vapor). At a moisture of 50%, the air contains the half of the maximum water dam at the proper temperature.
When reached a relative humidity of 100%, forms fog or frost. This is the invisible water vapor that is deposited in droplets.
Cold air contains less water vapor than warm air. The relative humidity is measured with a hygrometer.
Useful information and tips
Ventilation does not help against low humidity
When the humidity in the house is low, people often put an extra window open, in the hope that this brings the humidity in the house up. Unfortunately, it will not succeed. The cold air from outside is indeed humid, but once this the room temperature reaches the air has already become much drier (by heating).
Dryness of mucous membranes or a sore throat?
If the indoor humidity is very low, people (and animals) suffer from dry mucous membranes (eyes and nose) or get a sore throat. If there is less moisture in the air, people, animals and plants cede moisture to the air. This is the reason of the inconveniences mentioned above.