Humidification Design Checklist: Getting It Right The First Time

It’s not enough for a humidification system to simply add moisture to dry air. Control of relative humidity is essential – even critical – in some applications. Yet, there are a variety of factors and individuals that converge making it complex and challenging to design proper humidification systems.

This white paper, courtesy of Armstrong International, provides important information on all aspects of humidification.

Topics Discussed:

  • Direct Steam Injection (conventional separator type)
  • Direct Steam Injection (short absorption panel type)
  • Steam-to-Steam Humidifiers
  • Electric (steam generating) Humidifiers
  • Gas Fired Humidifiers
  • Fogging Systems (Compressed Air and Water)
  • Fogging Systems (High Pressure Atomizer)

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