is the new ultrasound humidifier developed by CAREL, featuring low power consumption.
A piezoelectric transducer, immersed in water, converts the applied electricity into high-frequency mechanical vibrations. The water, due to its mass, is not able to keep up with this mechanical oscillation and thus creates successive waves of compression and depression, during which the cavitated water boils at low temperature and pressure, creating a very fine mist.
The advantages of humisonic
- Very fine droplets that are quickly absorbed by the air
- Very low power consumption: 60 W per litre/hour of mist produced, the equivalent of less than 10% of the power consumption of a normal immersed electrode humidifier.
- Precision: continuous modulation of capacity across a wide range for maximum precision of humidity control
- Compact dimensions
- Use of demineralised water: minimises maintenance and prevents problems due to bacteria and other contaminants.
- Adiabatic cooling due to evaporation of the droplets of water, lowering the air temperature.