Air humidifiers have the function of keeping the ambient air humidity level within the standards, thus facilitating breathing.
This appliance is indicated for dry, stuffy places and that have the constant use of air conditioning.
Normally during the winter, the air is less humid in some regions of country and this affects respiratory health and can lead to an increase in asthma attacks, bronchitis and allergies. Those who already have cases of diseases like these should redouble their care with the cold and have equipment at home that improves this condition, for this the humidifiers are suitable because they regulate the humidity of the air bringing more comfort and quality for those in the environment where the appliance it’s on.
There are basically 4 types of humidifiers:
– Central humidifiers: Usually built into the heating or air conditioning system.
– Ultrasonic humidifiers: They work by producing a mist through ultrasonic vibrations.
– Evaporative humidifiers: This type uses a fan to blow the humid air.
– Vaporized humidifiers: They work by throwing water vapor into the air.
There are also hot and cold air humidifiers.
The filterless humidifiers hot work heating the water inside and playing in the air, this type is perfect when the room is cold. If you have allergies it is best to stay away from hot air humidifiers as hot, humid air can also encourage mold growth. This type also needs to be cleaned frequently as the hot water stimulates the growth of bacteria inside the humidifier. You should also keep an eye on if you have children and animals at home, if touched it can cause burns.
The cool air humidifiers tend to make more noise than the hot air, which can be considered a white noise and to help at bedtime. This type of humidifier also helps to decrease heat, as it works by cooling to room temperature.