Why we should use a Humidifier
Dryness is the cause to irritate many problems of our body and production. Humidifiers ensure clean and healthy air quality by regulating moisture levels, thus minimizing the concentration of dust, bacteria and other irritants
For our body, low humidity or dryness will lead to dry skin, dry nose, dry throat, dry lips, itchy eyes, irritated sinuses…… If the mucous membrane is dried in your nose, you will be sensitive to the environment in relatively cold and flu season in winter. Try a humidifier in your home, experience easier breathing and ease flu or cold symptoms.
For many industries, as we all know, the manufacturing process is in need of precise humidity. In the meanwhile, the suitable humidity is a critical item to increase the quality, lower the rate of spoiled products, prevent the electrostatic, eliminate the dust, purify the air and improve the environment.
Types of Humidifiers
Wet film humidifiers
High - pressure micro - mist humidifier
Greeme's humidifier is Ultrasonic humidifier. It consists of water reservoir and oscillating plates. When the plates vibrate frequently, the water is transformed into vapor mist. This mist is finally expelled into the air with a fan.
Also we can provide Wet film humidifiers, which also can be called wet membrane humidifiers. It utilizes the evaporation of water, sending filtered water to the top of wet film through water supply pipe. Then, due to gravitation, the water flows and be absorbed by the membrane, thus making a water membrane inside. The dry air absorbs heat to vaporize and evaporate when it blows through this water membrane/film.
Advantage of Ultrasonic Humidifier
Cool and warm mists both can be achieved
Water needs to be refilled
Require a demineralization cartridge to remove impurities
Application of Humidifiers
Textile industry, paper industry, computer room, electronic industry, spray coating workshops, plastic industry, printing industry, laboratory, tobacco industry, HAVC industry, freshness storage, farming, aquaculture and manmade landscape.