Taking the Guess Work Out of Indoor Temperatures
November 10th, 2014 by Smart Fog
While much of the United States has experienced record high temperatures this summer, some areas have also been drenched with rain. Some areas have found themselves alternately hammered by rain and then scorched by the sun. Just as the strange weather patterns have given local weather forecasters fits, they have also made heating and cooling homes and offices difficult. With standard air conditioning devices, homes and workplaces can swing between cold and wet, with the end result being that it can be as miserable inside, as it is outside.
Non-wetting humidification systems can eliminate issues of this type. The systems work by regulating the amount of moisture in the air, and the temperate as well, making it unnecessary to blow waves of cold air through your home to cool it. Commercial humidifiers can maintain optimal temperatures and conditions in your office or workspace, while also aiding in dust suppression and industrial static control. Though the weather may make it difficult to choose what to wear, a humidification system can make it easy to be inside, comfortable, and relaxed.