In the centrifugal atomiser, the water is directed onto a rotating disc. The centrifugal forces throw the water onto an impact grid, where it is atomised into tiny particles (aerosols). These particles are then blown out into the room by an air stream generated by the fan and are absorbed by the air in the room through evaporation. In the process, the room air is humidified and cooled at the same time, since the energy required for evaporation is extracted from it in the form of heat. For optimal and even humidification of the room, the atomising humidifier should be mounted as high up as possible.
Typical for centrifugal humidification
- Exclusively as direct room humidification
- Additional cooling effect
- Operation possible with all water qualities - without water loss
- Humidification capacities from 2 to 8 kg/h per unit