In homes and offices, the phenomenon of low / high humidity can occur regularly throughout the year. Humidification means that a micro-fine water mist is silently brought through circulation into the area.
In this process, all impurities occurring in the water - such as bacteria, microbes, fungi - will be killed off, so it is entirely safe to use. The dust particles and odors in the incoming air are cleaned through a coarse dust filter, electrostatic filter and an active carbon filter.
The air is then washed thoroughly and moistened by cleaning and evaporation drives and provided with negative ions by an ionizer. The mist is immediately absorbed by the air, as dry air naturally tends to become saturated with moisture.
Humidifiers are commonly used for controlling the humidity in : indoor swimming pools, libraries, museums, stores, barber shops, etc.