Humidification

Misting and Humidification


A humidifier is a device that increases humidity in a single room or an entire building. The spray mist is an example of a forced-air humidifier that Pure Water can design and manufacture for you. 

What is Misting and Humidification?


Misting
The spray mist is an example of a forced-air humidifier that Pure Water can design and manufacture for you. Spray mist uses a pipe, usually a small plastic tube, to bring water directly to an electrically controlled valve in the humidifier. Water mist is sprayed directly in to the air supply, and the mist is carried in the premises by the air flow. With the spray mist technique the spray nozzle can become clogged in hard water situations and it disperses any minerals in the water into the airstream, necessitating the use of a water softener and filter. However, this technique uses little electricity and does not require the use of moisture pads which are an ongoing expense. The spray mist technique uses water very efficiently and does not generate waste water. It also does not require separate connection to a drain. Other forced air-humidifiers can have a pan of stagnant water that serves as a breeding ground for molds, the spray mist humidifier does not have that issue.
Humidification
A humidifier is a device that increases humidity in a single room or an entire building. In the home, point-of-use humidifiers are commonly used to humidify a single room, while whole-house or furnace humidifiers, which connect to a homes HVAC system, provide humidity to the entire house. Medical ventilators often include humidifiers for increased patient comfort. Large humidifiers are used in commercial, institutional, or industrial contexts, often as part of a larger HVAC system. There are many different types of humidifiers for a variety of specific uses. 
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