A humidifier is a household appliance that increases the humidity of a room.
The ultrasonic humidifier uses 2 million ultrasonic high-frequency vibrations per second to atomize the water into ultrafine particles of 1 to 5 microns and negative oxygen ions, and negative oxygen ions to achieve uniform humidification.
Pure type humidifier is also called direct evaporation type humidifier. The air is washed through the water curtain, and the air is filtered and purified while humidifying, thereby improving the environmental humidity and cleanliness.
Cold mist humidifier
This type of humidifier uses a fan to force the air to contact and exchange with water when passing through a water-absorbing medium to increase the relative humidity of the air.
The steam humidifier is also called warm mist humidifier or evaporator. By heating the water, the water is evaporated into the air to achieve the humidifying effect.
Commercial humidifier is a humidifier with medium spray volume between civilian and industrial use.
Industrial humidifier refers to a humidifier system that is professionally used in the industrial field and supporting central air-conditioning .
Refers to the ratio of the actual humidification amount of the humidifier to the input power, which is an important indicator for measuring the performance of the humidifier.