A few weeks ago we reviewed the types of steam humidifiers normally supplied in building HVAC systems. But creating the steam is simply the first step; we also have provide equipment to disperse the steam into the air. This post reviews some of the dispersion methods used in buildings with...Read More
Now that we know there are two processes (adiabatic or isothermal) by which we can achieve humidification, let’s talk about the various types of humidifying equipment within these process categories.
Starting with isothermal, there are several types of humidifiers and configurations to choose from. The common denominator is....Read More
Water quality is an important concern when it comes to humidification. Regardless of what type of humidification you are using (isothermal or adiabatic), chances are you will need to add some degree of ...Read More
In many ways, Psychrometrics is like a Rubik's Cube. Change one thing, and you automatically change something else. But instead of shifting colored cubes around, we’re shifting measures of air, moisture, and temperature. And, like the Rubik’s cube, there is more than one way....Read More
Humidification is one of those areas where the terminology can often be a roadblock to understanding the topic. After all, we’re not all meteorologists! Since the terminology can be confusing we’ve compiled the list below to help you through this series...Read More