Health and well-being behind closed doors

In winter, many people suffer from nose and throat irritations and rough skin due to overly dry heated air. Humidifying systems regulate the humidity of the ambient air, bind suspended dust particles and reduce sensitivity to cold.

In doctors' surgeries and hospitals, humidifying systems effectively prevent the distortion of X-ray films due to static electricity.

Different systems are available: isothermal humidifiers produce hot steam, while adiabatic models produce a cold mist from energy-efficient atomisation. In summer, adiabatic systems back up the air-conditioning system with their own cooling action, and noticeably improve the quality of air-conditioned air.

Hot steam is produced by dipped electrodes or electric heating. Atomisers work with ultrasound or water under high pressure.

Humidifiers are available as stand-alone systems, for installation in ventilation ducts and as modules for distribution networks.

Ultrasonic humidifiers for ventilation ducts

STULZ UltraSonic ENS

Modular humidifying system for installation in ventilation ducts, with economical ultrasonic technology for 1.2 to 18 kg of cold mist per hour.
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Ultrasonic humidifiers for direct room humidification

STULZ UltraSonic BNB

Modular humidifying system with integrated fan for direct humidification of production, storage and archive rooms, with economical ultrasonic technology for 1 to 8 kg of cold mist per hour.
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Electrode steam humidifier for professionals

STULZ SupraSteam

Isothermal superheated steam humidifier for 1.5 to 65 kg of steam per hour, controlled by moisture sensor, central remote control of up to 4 devices.
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