Steam Humidification Bowling Green, Franklin, Glasgow, KY and Surrounding Areas
Humidifiers work by heating water in a secure, internal cylinder to create steam and the system’s fan circulates the humidified air throughout the house.
The electrode steam humidifiers work by heating water in a secure, internal cylinder to create steam. The steam is injected directly into your central heat and cooling system’s ductwork, and the system‘s fan circulates the humid air throughout the house. Steam humidifiers often have a proprietary “auto-adaptive” routine that helps maximize steam output from the water it uses. Very little water is wasted compared to evaporative humidifiers where all water that enters the humidifier and doesn’t enter the air goes down the drain. Some humidifiers do not rely on the temperature or flow rate of the air leaving the furnace to deliver the right amount of humidity to the home. This makes these humidifiers a better match for variable speed and modulating heating and cooling systems where air temperatures and flow rates tend to be lower than single stage systems.