Air quality can be poor for several reasons: sometimes it is low in oxygen; sometimes it is high in pollutants such as CO2 and volatile organic compounds. This is due, for example, to tobacco smoke and fumes from furniture and cleaning products. Unfavorable levels of air humidity can also worsen indoor climate and damage our health, contributing to the proliferation of mites and the formation of mold.The functionality of air cleaners is not limited to ventilation only. Depending on the model, they can perform other tasks to ensure a high-quality indoor climate - from automatic control of humidity and CO2 levels, including effective protection against pollen and fine dust, to heat recovery and convenient control via the app.
With the onset of the heating season, demand in household air humidifiers, devices designed to provide the most comfortable air humidity in a residential area, has predictably increased. There are three types of household humidifiers on the market today: traditional, steam, and ultrasonic. The most common today ultrasonic humidifiers. Steam practically went out of circulation and, therefore, are hardly of interest to us. How do these models differ? Traditional humidifiers humidify the air by “blowing” it through a cassette, filter or other object, abundantly moistened with water. Ultrasonic humidifiers create cold steam, consisting of the smallest particles of water. Steam humidifiers, as you might guess, provide humidification from the air by spraying hot steam.
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