Adiabatic humidification

Published:  08 December, 2009

Adiabatic humidification

HygroMatik has enhanced its popular adiabatic range of humidifiers with the launch of HDS Desk. These units operate at about 70 bar to create a very fine water mist that evaporates to cool the air adiabatically. This cooling effect can reduce cooling requirements during the summer by up to 35%.

The design provides precise control of humidification to minimise energy consumption and the consumption of demineralised water.

The HDS system provides an energy-saving and hygienic solution for environments with high humidification requirements — such as offices, production halls, museums, airports, shopping centres and laboratories.

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