steam humidifier

steam humidifier

A humidifier in which steam is injected directly into an airstream.
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A steam humidifier, one of the types of the humidifier, creates steam inside the unit, which is forced to be then injected into the air stream of the handler.
All models in the fan-powered steam humidifier lineup come with a standard-equipped ion filter that curbs scaling, for easy overall maintenance.
Introduced cooling units can be equipped with functionality appropriate for large perimetral systems: steam humidifier, electrical heater, dew point control, selection of regulating valves, and IP55 rated enclosure.
* Alternative 1: Install a steam humidifier for the dedicated fresh air-handling unit;
The whole-house Clean Steam humidifier, model number HE440A, filters water twice to remove chlorine, particulates, and other dissolved solids and to prevent residue build-up in the reservoir and on the heating element, according to the manufacturer.
Their range includes the Herrtronic family of microprocessor-controlled steam humidifiers, the Herrmidicool air to water atomization and dual pneumatic system, and the Herricane CS series of steam humidifier distribution systems but the complete information comes from Trion at Reith Way, West Portway Industrial Estate, Andover, Hampshire, tel:0126 436 4622.
All fan-powered steam humidifier models adopt MHI's proprietary system in which vaporization is achieved simply by heating the water absorbed by the vaporization cloth, so there is no worry of possible scaling even in the unlikely event the unit were to topple over, as there is no spillage of boiling water.
CARELS's experience in Data Centres began in 1973, and it was the first in Europe to produce a microprocessor based controller for data centre AC units, the first in the world in 1986 to produce a microprocessor controlled steam humidifier and in 1987 first in Europe to produce data centre AC unit supervisory system.
The existing system consisted of four constant-volume, chilled-water air-handling units (AHUs) with hot water reheat boxes, each including a steam humidifier. A central utility plant that included two R-11 centrifugal chillers manufactured in 1979 and two constant speed blow-through cooling towers supplied chilled water, hot water and steam.
Ultrasonic humidification consumes 0.02424 kW/lb (0.05344 kW/kg) of water introduced into the air stream, which is about 7.3% of the power used by a steam humidifier.
JS HUMIDIFIERS has launched its compact gas-fired steam humidifier, the Neptronic SKG.