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5 Types of House Humidifier PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 24 June 2010 10:55
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If you are looking for a home humidifier for your home, it is important that you consider all the options that are available. Although all humidifiers may seem the same at first glance, the truth is that there are many different types, all with their own unique characteristics that provide unique advantages and disadvantages. To make the best choice, you must take into account your individual needs and see which best meets their humidifier. The following should help you decide what type of humidifier house that suits you best.
Spray

Vaporizers are a type very simple and cheap humidifier. They add moisture to a room, simply by heating water to a boil, then allowing the steam to escape. This makes them very reliable and simple. In addition, it ensures that the water discharges spray is sterile because it has been boiled. However, this particular system of increasing moisture also has some drawbacks.

The steam is hot. Direct exposure to steam coming out of spray can cause burns. In addition, vaporizers use more electricity than other types of humidifiers, heating the water to boiling point takes a lot of energy.
Warm Mist

Warm mist humidifiers type are quite similar to vaporizers. They share many of the same advantages and disadvantages. However, they have a feature that sprays do. Instead of steaming hot, the cool water humidifiers they release a bit before releasing it, to avoid possible burns from exposure to steam. The fact that they are a bit more complicated and therefore costly, vaporizers. However, they share the high consumption of energy and moisture tailings are known to spray.
Evaporation Wick

evaporative humidifiers wick type of work on a principle quite different than the warm mist humidifiers and vaporizers. Instead of heating the water until it turns into steam humidifiers use a wick evaporation process in two stages. Firstly, the humidifier draws a small amount of water in its tissues or the bit of foam. Then fan humidifier sends a stream of air past the wick. This causes the water to evaporate from the wick, to be carried away by the air stream, and enter the ambient air, as moisture. Now that the wick is less humid, it absorbs more water and the process repeats. By repeating this process, bits evaporation can effectively add humidity in a room.

This type of house humidifier uses much less electricity than traditional humidifiers water than heat. It also tends to do a good job of keeping the amount of moisture in your home to a stable level. This is because the evaporating water making is more difficult if more moisture in the air. As the air becomes more humid, the wick evaporation becomes less active.

However, the fan which allows the humidifier to work does make noise, which can be a problem in some cases.
Ultrasonic

Ultrasonic humidifiers use sound waves to transform water into fog. They are extremely quiet and use little energy.
Turbine

The wheels are another type of humidifier that does not rely on heat. Instead, the wheels using a rapidly rotating disk to start the drops of water on a diffuser, which still separates them and release into the air. Wheels have all the advantages of a wick evaporation, and do not make as much noise.

 
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