Industrial humidifiers are used when a specific humidity level must be maintained to prevent static electricity build-up, preserve material properties and ensure a comfortable and healthy environment in Halls / Industry / Residence. Static
problems are prevalent in industries such as Packaging, printing, paper, plastics, textiles, electronics, automotive manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. Friction can produce static build-up and sparks when humidity is below 45% relative humidity (RH). Between 45% and 55% RH, static builds up at reduced levels, while humidity above 55% RH ensures that static will never build up. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has traditionally recommended a range of 45-55% RH in data centers to prevent sparks that can damage IT equipment. Humidifiers are also used by manufacturers of semiconductors and in hospital operating rooms. Printers and paper manufacturers use humidifiers to prevent shrinkage and paper curl. Humidifiers are needed in cold storage rooms to preserve the freshness of food against the dryness caused by cold
temperatures. Art museums use humidifiers to protect sensitive works of art, especially in exhibition galleries, where ever they combat the dryness caused by heating for the comfort of visitors during winter.
Notice of Safety
Potentially hazardous situation, if mishandling, may result in death or serious injury
- Disconnect of All sources of supply before servicing.
- See Wiring Diagram on Cover, for required supply sue copper conductor.
- Ensure the Unit properly earthed.
- Water flow to the Humidifiers must be free from particulars, gaps.
- The Humidifiers are not approved for outdoor use.
- If the Humidifier stops functioning, check the controller like thermostat / thermal cutout / which are installed in series.
- The elements can be replaced through nipples brazed on both ends of elements.
- Terminal box should be closed.