Air Humidification Systems

Humidification systems provide a constant indoor climate,

independent of external weather conditions.

HAVAC-Air Humidification | High pressure-Air Humidification  Steam Humidification | Low Pressure Air Humidification  Ultrasonic Humidification | Vaporator Air Humidification


The advantages of humidification are obvious:

Higher productivity, stable processes, healthy home and workplace conditions.


Benefits of air humidification:


  • Higher self-cleaning of the mucous membranes
  • Lower transmission of influenza viruses
  • Protection from voice disorders
  • Less eye irritation
  • Less particulate pollution by dust binding
  • Improved protective function of the skin
  • Less static discharges
  • Pleasant and fresh comfortable climate
  • Additional adiabatic cooling effect in summer


What is humidity?

The air that surrounds us is a mixture of different gases. An essential component of the air is water vapor. Important for the ratio of air and water is the continuous efforts of the air to absorb up to its saturation water vapor. Therefore, air always has a moisture content - whether in the tropics or in the desert.


How to recognize dry air?

We feel if the air is too dry. Also, the moisture meter, hygrometer, speaks for itself. It begins with a tickle in the nose, tongue and throat soon be dry, Thirst makes itself felt. Dry indoor air is initially only an annoying side effect. However, it can easily be a serious health hazard. For up to 90% of its life, humans spent in enclosed spaces. And so has the indoor climate in the office, at home and at leisure decisive influence on health, performance and well-being.


What is relative humidity?

The ratio between the actual amount of water vapor to the max. Capacity is the relative humidity.

The ability of air to water thus increases with temperature.







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