Maybe we never think about it, but we need industrial humidification in many areas of our lives. Vegetables on a grocery counter need spray of water. Because the leaves of the vegetables dry out while they are stay on the counter. thus they lose their freshness and have a bad appearance. In some textile factories, moist air is needed to prevent the threads from breaking. In greenhouses, plants need humidification in order to grow healthy and fast. When printing on fabric or paper in color, the air needs to be humidified so that the paints do not dry out. A certain amount of humidity is needed in mushroom cultivation, dust and odor suppression, storage areas, cellars and even museums.

For all these needs, water must be sprayed in different sizes. For example, spraying very fine-grained water for dust suppression will not work at all, it will be necessary to spray large-grained water. However, in a museum, the water must be sprayed so finely that it must be at a level that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Different products have been developed over time to meet these different needs and are still being developed. The hole diameter of the last element that sprays the water, namely the nozzle, changes the quality of the spraying. For example, everyone used a hose to water the garden. You may have observed how the water flow changes when you squeeze the end of the hose with the water flow when the end of the hose is released. When you squeeze the end of the hose, the water comes out as smaller particles and goes further.

Water pressure is a factor that affects whether water travels further or is sprayed into larger particles or smaller particles. As the pressure of the water increases, the water comes out of the nozzle more fragmented and goes further. As the particle diameter of the water gets smaller, it loses volume due to friction while it floats in the air and mixes into the air. The more it floats through the air, the more it penetrates the air and disappears. The water vapor in the air, which we cannot see, also creates the humidity in the air. Therefore, in humidification systems, pressure and water particle diameter are the elements that should be selected according to the work you want to do.

You can spray large granular water with low pressure. This method will also provide an increase in humidity in a closed environment. However, since the water particle diameter is large, some of the sprayed water particles will mix into the air, but a very large part will fall to the ground and form wetness. You can access these nozzles, also called “Low Pressure Nozzles”, via this link;

Nozzles that spray at a pressure between 10 bar and 30 bar are called “Medium Pressure Nozzles”. These nozzles spray in the form of fogging. Most of the sprayed water droplets mix with the air. A small amount falls to the ground as wetness. You can reach these nozzles via this link;

Nozzles that can operate at 30 bar and above pressures are also called high pressure nozzles. These nozzles spray in the form of fogging. Most of the sprayed water droplets get into the air. A small amount falls to the ground as wetness. You can reach these nozzles via this link;

In simple terms, the cold vapor formed as a result of the collision of water particles with a high frequency vibration is called nebulization. Humidifiers used in baby rooms work with this logic. They are the products that allow the water to be given to the environment in the thinnest form. Wetness formation is very, very low. You can reach these nozzles via this link;

We offer solutions to your humidification needs with hundreds of different machines that we produce using these 4 basic methods. You will find a suitable product on our website for all your humidification needs. For applications to be made on a project basis, you can contact us;



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