Humidification device can be defined as the device which atomize the water and meet the needs of humidity of room.

Humidification devices usually used in fruit, vegetable and meat cold rooms. Purpose of using humidification device is to meet moisture requirement of the foods to maintain freshness and unspoiled.

Humidification devices prevent shrinkage and weight-loss of the foods by keeping humidity of the cold room at90-95% RH

In the cold storages two types Humidification devices are used which are Ultrasonic and Adiabatic

Adiabatic Humidification Device
Adiabatic humidifiers by atomizing the water with the aid of a centrifugal disc, blowing the humid air into the environment and provide the most suitable humidification especially for cold storage rooms. It starts to work with water supply and after the humidification; the water tank is completely drain away automatically.  Lack of water in the tank do not allows bacteria to multiply rapidly and hence provides maximum hygiene.

Adiabatic Humidification Device
Ultrasonic Humidification Device

Ultrasonic Humidification Device
Ultrasonic humidification devices designed for Atmosphere Controlled (AC), Ultra Low Oxygen (ULO) and classical cold storage rooms.
Converts water to real steam with superior piezo crystal technology. This system evaporates the supplied water with the same temperature.

A storage humidification device is an innovative solution designed to maintain optimal humidity levels in various storage environments. Whether for personal use in home closets and cabinets or in professional settings such as archives, museums, or warehouses, these devices play a crucial role in preserving the integrity and longevity of stored items. By regulating moisture in the air, they prevent the adverse effects of either too much or too little humidity, such as mold growth, degradation of materials, and loss of item quality.

The core functionality of a storage humidification device hinges on its ability to detect and adjust the humidity levels automatically. Equipped with advanced sensors, these devices can accurately measure the current humidity level within a storage space and activate either a humidifier or dehumidifier function to maintain the desired humidity range. This dual capability ensures that items susceptible to moisture damage, such as paper documents, artworks, electronic components, and textiles, are kept in an environment that preserves their condition over time.

Adiabatic Humidification Device

An adiabatic humidification device is a type of humidifier that adds moisture to the air through a process that involves the change of water into vapor without directly adding heat from an external source. This process is energy efficient as it utilizes the heat present in the air to evaporate water. The principle behind adiabatic humidification is based on the thermodynamic concept where the temperature of the air drops as it gives up heat energy to evaporate water, thereby increasing the humidity without external heating. This method is particularly effective in environments where maintaining specific humidity levels is crucial, such as in industrial processes, HVAC systems in buildings, and agricultural settings.

Adiabatic humidification devices come in various forms, including:

  1. Evaporative Humidifiers: These use a fan to blow air through a wetted media, causing water to evaporate into the air. As water evaporates, it absorbs heat from the air, reducing the air temperature and increasing its humidity.
  2. Mist Humidifiers: These create a fine mist of water droplets that are then injected into the air stream. The water droplets evaporate in the air, increasing humidity.

These devices are appreciated for their energy efficiency, as they leverage the existing thermal energy in the air. They are widely used in applications where controlling humidity is essential but minimizing additional heat introduction is desired.

Ultrasonic Humidification Device

Ultrasonic humidification devices are a modern and efficient way to increase humidity levels in a controlled environment. These devices use high-frequency sound vibrations, typically beyond the range of human hearing, to create an ultra-fine mist of water droplets. The vibrations are generated by a metal diaphragm that oscillates at an ultrasonic frequency, causing water to break apart into microscopic particles that are then dispersed into the air as a fine mist.

The key features of ultrasonic humidification devices include:

  1. Silent Operation: Thanks to the ultrasonic technology, these devices operate almost silently, making them ideal for use in bedrooms, offices, and other quiet spaces.
  2. Energy Efficiency: They consume less power compared to traditional humidifiers that heat water to create steam.
  3. Fine Mist: The mist produced is so fine that it can be quickly absorbed by the air, effectively increasing the humidity without leaving surfaces wet.
  4. Ease of Use and Maintenance: Ultrasonic humidifiers often come with simple controls and are easy to

Ultrasonic humidification devices are particularly popular for personal and residential use due to their quiet operation, low energy consumption, and effective humidification capabilities.

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