Industrial Humidification Devices

Industrial humidification devices work by direct spraying water into the air or to the ground, or by passing the air through the aqueous environment with the help of a fan. As long as the cooling takes place in the warehouses, the humidity decreases. For this reason, the industrial humidification device has a complementary feature to the warehouse cooling systems.

How do industrial humidification devices work? These devices, also called industrial humidifiers, have great importance both in terms of hygiene and in terms of maintaining the ambient temperature. Humidifiers are among the most critical components of warehouse cooling systems. In addition, centrifugal-type humidifiers are also preferred.

Industrial Humidification Devices and General Features

Controlling the humidity in the air is necessary, first of all, for the comfort of people. In addition, the quality of the products manufactured in some factories is largely dependent on air humidity.

In summer, in hot and humid environments, some foods become so moist that it is difficult to even pack them. It is very important to control humidity and temperature conditions, especially in confectionery, pharmaceutical, photographic film, paper, and pasta production factories. The main components of industrial humidifier devices are;

  • Pump unit,
    • Filter and water group,
    • Collector group,
    • Electric panel

consists of four units. Press connections made of stainless steel material provide reliable and long-lasting use, as well as eliminating the possibility of separation from the connection points in extreme cold-temperature fluctuations. Air humidifier devices have a remote control panel and a humidity sensor. Thus, all control is left to the user. Other features of the devices include:

  • Freezing resistance system,
    • Quiet operation,
    • Heat insulation,
    • Automatic water level control system

is located.


Industrial Humidifier and Cooling Systems

Air can hold water vapor at certain temperatures and at certain rates. The relative humidity of the saturated air, which cannot hold any more moisture, is 100%. As the air temperature increases, the amount of water vapor it can hold also increases. This amount decreases as the temperature decreases. Because as the air cools, some of the vapor it carries condenses and turns into water.

When the air is cooled to a certain degree, it reaches the saturation point. If this process is continued, the moisture is separated from the air in the form of water droplets. This temperature is called the dew point. As it turns out, one way to remove excess moisture from the air is to cool it enough to drop it below the dew point. In high-pressure humidification systems placed in front of the evaporator,

  • Deterioration of product quality due to water droplets falling on the products,
    • Continuing to drip water from the nozzles when the system is turned off,
    • Problems such as freezing of pipes carrying water due to low temperatures and resulting separations at the connection points are known.

In the case of using centrifugal-type humidifiers, problems such as insufficient capacity of the systems in the cold air storage, the expensiveness of these systems, not being able to be connected to the cold room automation, and not being able to be monitored centrally can be experienced.

Industrial Ultrasonic Humidification Devices

What is an ultrasonic humidifier? It is a device that works by breaking up water with ultrasonic sound waves and allowing it to pass from a liquid state to a cold vapor state. For this reason, the devices are also known as cold steam engines. Sound waves vibrate at frequencies that the human ear cannot discern. In which areas can ultrasonic humidification be used?

  • Cold storages
    • Vegetable and fruit warehouses
    • Industrial product warehouses
    • Warehouses of international cargo companies
    • Chicken farms

Ultrasonic devices consume much less water than conventional pressure humidification devices. It also operates more quietly. Ultrasonic humidifier devices produced by Teknotek Cooling work by spraying water particles smaller than 10 µm into the air. Thus, a high-quality, highly humid environment is obtained.


“Ultrasonic Humidifier Prices”

Balancing the humidity in the air ensures that the products are protected in accordance with their nature. The casing of our ultrasonic humidifiers is made of stainless steel. The devices also have automatic water level control. We can list other technical features of our products as follows:

  • Digital LED display
    • 25% – 95% humidity control
    • 8,000 hours of oscillator life
    • Automatic water filling
    • Low maintenance cost
    • 1-50 degrees operating temperature

Humidification devices are highly functional in greenhouses and other environments such as mushroom houses. Fungi need a moist environment due to their structure. You can contact us to get up-to-date information about ultrasonic mushroom humidifier prices.

Industrial Humidification Devices