Characteristics of an Ideal Commercial Humidifier
January 15th, 2017 by Smart Fog
Characteristics of an Ideal Commercial Humidifier: Finding Innovative Technologies to Maintain Relative Humidity
Now that you run a successful business, do you really know how good the air quality is in your work environment? If you’re starting to notice employees calling in sick with colds, developing bronchial problems, or surrounding wood furniture appearing warped, it’s a likely humidity problem.
While it’s possible to experience high and low humidity problems, low relative humidity is the most common problem. Winter weather typically creates overly dry air that affects everything from human health to equipment.
The answer to this is to buy a commercial humidifier that controls RH. Your challenge is finding one with the best features so you don’t have the burden of high maintenance or constant supervision.
It’s time to think about the characteristics of an ideal commercial humidifier and what innovative features you’ll use to assure humidity levels stay moderated.
Here at Smart Fog, we have industry-leading features you won’t find anywhere else to assure optimal quality.
The size of the droplets your commercial humidifier uses matters in how much you control the humidity in your surroundings. Some humidifiers try to bring you a decorrelation process in their products, though often fail to make the droplet size below 4.2 microns.
Most of the time, you’re going to contend with correlation in lesser humidifiers. If you’re not familiar with the correction or de-correlation process, it matters in many industrial settings. Correction relates to cohesion and adhesion properties in water, and de-correlation basically prevents condensation from occurring on surfaces.
Our humidifiers revolutionize this process so you get full de-correlation with the smallest droplet size available to make this happen. It’s a characteristic all commercial humidifiers need to have.
Using an Orifice for the De-Correlation Process
A typical feature on humidifiers is an orifice for input and output to let de-correlation occur. Almost all commercial humidifiers have these, though they don’t make the nozzle big enough. Because of this, these nozzles usually clog easily, making for constant maintenance and sometimes causing breakdowns without constant cleaning.
We designed a bigger orifice so this doesn’t occur, which is part of our ongoing commitment to create less maintenance on our humidifiers. Unfortunately, many other commercial humidifiers don’t bother to make the nozzles out of a strong material like steel. Since we make our products here in the U.S., we use stainless steel for the ultimate durability.
Using Compressed Air
Almost all commercial humidifiers use compressed air, though not at energy efficient levels. Some of them require heating as well, which can become a major risk when leaving unattended.
We’ve made our compressed air system run at only 100 psi. This is the lowest level you’ll find in other humidifiers out there, and it automatically saves you money as well as keeping your workers safe. Lower pressure and non-heating makes any humidifier safer so you can let it run without hiring someone to monitor operation.
Automated Humidity Control
As much as competing humidifiers attempt to bring automation to their humidity control systems, they don’t always work well. Some commercial humidifiers don’t have this at all, forcing you to control the settings manually.
When you’re overly busy with other things, you don’t want to constantly set different settings to raise or lower humidity levels. You want an intelligent control system turning the humidifier off or on to keep RH at a reasonable 70% level.
More so, you’ll want to have a humidifier without moving parts that could cause human injury.
You’ll find this on all of our humidifiers for either personal, commercial, or industrial use.
Contact us at Smart Fog to learn more about standard humidifier characteristics and why we stand out in our industry.
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