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humidifier

[yü′mid·ə‚fī·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
An apparatus for supplying moisture to the air and for maintaining desired humidity conditions.

humidifier

A device for adding moisture to air.
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The branded product portfolio includes PUR Water Filtration products, Vicks Thermometers and Humidifiers, Honeywell Humidifiers, Heaters, Fans and Air Cleaners, Braun Thermometers, SoftHeat Heating Pads, SmartTemp Hot/Cold Packs, Febreze air purifiers and more.
The market leader of humidity control products in aircraft, CTT Systems, has won a contract to develop a humidifier for a new crew rest compartment on the A380 aircraft, to be introduced to customers in 2016.
CTT SYSTEMS (STO:CTT), the market leader of humidity control products in aircraft, today announces a contract to develop a humidifier for a new crew rest compartment on the A380 aircraft, to be introduced to customers in 2016.
The humidifiers also consume minimal energy and are outstandingly quiet: 27-29 decibels (dB).
Emma Leonard, managing director at Lenny, said: "We're thrilled to continue our working relationship with Kaz and excited to get the campaign under way for the launch of Vicks new humidifier.
The study does not cover vaporizers, air cleaners, air purifiers, replacement filters or other replacement accessories and has solely focused on portable and whole-house humidifiers & dehumidifiers in the residential humidity control market in US.
In this paper, we present the characteristics of three kinds of polymer disks and describe the performance enhancement of humidifiers comprised of rotary disks roughened using 24, 30, and 40 [micro]m (9.
The average differences between simulated and measured air humidity ratio and temperature at the humidifier exhaust for the humidifiers systems considered in this study are lower than [+ or -]2.
The new bacteria-free ultrasonic humidifiers run quietly, but like vaporizers, they send dissolved minerals into the air and have a small water capacity.
Until now, the researchers say, scientists believed that particulates emitted from humidifiers were too large to remain airborne, and so were not a potential health problem.
But Matt Spence told me he had specifically asked Alf Melville to devise for our patients' ventilators and humidifiers, a system controlling 'rain-out' from inspiratory air/gases into the tubing delivering them.
different humidifiers and settings may produce different results).