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The most common humidifier, an "evaporative", "cool mist", or "wick humidifier", consists of just a few basic parts: a reservoir, wick and fan.
The wick is a filter that absorbs water from the reservoir and provides a larger surface area for it to evaporate from. The fan is adjacent to the wick and blows air onto the wick to aid in the evaporation of the water. Evaporation from the wick is dependent on relative humidity. A room with low humidity will have a higher evaporation rate compared to a room with high humidity. Therefore, this type of humidifier is self-regulating: As the humidity of the room increases, the water vapor output naturally decreases.
|Humidifying capacity:||Up to 500 sq.ft/46m sq|
|power consumption||only 38W|
|Capacity (in Tons)||2.2/3.5L|
A metal diaphragm vibrating at an ultrasonic frequency creates water droplets that silently exit the humidifier in the form of a cool fog. Ultrasonic humidifiers use a piezoelectric transducer to create a high frequency mechanical oscillation in a body of water. The water tries to follow the high frequency oscillation but cannot because of its comparative weight and mass inertia. Thus, a momentary vacuum is created on the negative oscillation, causing the water to cavitate into vapor. The transducer follows this with a positive oscillation that creates high pressure compression waves on the water’s surface, releasing tiny vapor molecules of water into the air. This is an extremely fine mist, about one micrometre in diameter, that is quickly absorbed into the air flow.
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|Usage||Office Use, Industrial Use|
A humidifier is a appliance that increases humidity (moisture) in a room. There are point-of-use humidifiers, which are commonly used to humidify a single room, and full building or furnace humidifiers, which connect to a home's HVAC system to provide humidity to the entire building.
|cool mist||25 W|
|Capacity (in Tons)||6 L|