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Ultrasonic humidifier DRH

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STULZ Direct Room Humidifiers (DRH) are designed for stand-alone room applications. DRH are typically mounted on the perimeter wall serving mission critical applications, or any environment where tight humidity control is required. Applications: Data Centers Libraries and Museums High tech Manufacturing Printing and Duplication Food and Beverage Grow Room & Vertical Farming Health Care Facilities Laboratories Commercial Offices Tobacco/Humidors Key Features: Only needs 7% of the power required by an electric steam humidifier 90% smaller droplet than nozzles 100% of the demineralized water in the humidifier is utilized and does not require a flush cycle Features Mounts below the ceiling in a conditioned space On wall or column with factory furnished mounts Suspended from above in open space Integral blower and washable filter Absorption distance determined by RH of room Made in USA Why humidify your mission critical facility? Today's high tech environment requires meticulous control of humidity to eliminate static electricity, ensure quality manufacturing processes, preserve precious documents and works of art, and provide comfort while adhering to Indoor Air Quality standards. The specific reasons to humidify are as numerous as the applications, but the purpose is common across the board: to eliminate problems that can damage products, ruin buildings, or jeopardize health. Ultrasonic Humidification When RH reaches levels below 35%, static electricity may develop on surfaces and materials. Static electricity is not only annoying; it can wreak havoc on computers by burning microchips, and wiping out memory cards.

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