Were you aware that dry air can lead to sore throats, cracked skin, aggravated allergy symptoms and also cause multiple production problems whether your industry be IT, printing, healthcare, food manufacturing to name but a few?
Low humidity levels can also damage your premises, workplace or product by chipping paint, provoking wooden floor surfaces to split or crack or delaying inks to be absorbed quickly. The standard ( RH ) relative humidity advisable is between 30-50%.
What Humidifier is Best?
We suggest the application of a electronic digital monitor humidistat / hygrometer to monitor your workplace or home humidity level. We seek to help establish whether a cool mist or warm mist humidifier hire meets your requirements best. Both options are incredibly valuable in boosting moisture levels to the air, but you will find differences.
Cool mist humidifiers are more energy efficient but nevertheless require a more hands on tactic to protect against the issues brought on by stagnant water while warm mist humidifiers can be perfect for alleviating congestion. However, they could result in burns if not made use of properly.
Consider diligently in relation to your situation before selecting your humidifier. Cold mist ultrasonic or evaporative vapour versions are by and large more suitable for warm environments and the hot steam or warm airs ultrasonic’s are better suited for colder circumstances.
Why Would You Need to Hire a Humidifier?
Humidification is commonly necessary in colder climates in which continuous heating will make the air drier, which causes uncomfortable air quality and increased static electricity.
Choosing the Right Humidifier to Hire
Let us as the experts best advise you with the type of humidifier to suit your needs. We have many years of experience in helping property owners with humidification.
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