Humidifier puts moisture back into dry air. Air that is too dry can irritate delicate nasal and air passages. If you have asthma, it can make you more prone to asthma attack. If you have allergies, it can compound your other allergic symptoms. This is where a humidifier can be helpful.
Usually available as an optional accessory, a humidifier is used to inject water vapor into the dry, heated air expelled from a furnace/air handler. The benefits can be improved efficiency and a more comfortable living environment.
a bypass humidifier circulates warmed air from the supply air of a heating system and circulates it through a dampened material back to the return air of a forced-air heating system. A non-bypass humidifier injects a mist of water or steam directly into the heated air stream distributing air to the home.
is a device used to increase the humidity within a room or a house by discharging water vapor. They may consist of individual room size units or larger units attached to the whole house heating system.
A device designed to increase the humidity of a room or house by means of the discharge of water vapor. It may be an individual room-size unit or a large unit attached to the heating plant to condition the entire house.
A device designed to increase the humidity within a room or a house by means of the discharge of water vapor. They may consist of individual room size units or larger units attached to the heating plant to condition the entire house.
A humidifier is a household appliance that increases humidity (moisture) in a single room or in the entire home. There are point of use humidifiers, which are commonly used to humidify a single room, and whole house or furnace humidifiers, which connect to a home's HVAC system to provide humidity to the entire house.