The air to humidify passes into the adiabatic humidifier using a series of flow rectifiers on the initial part of the machine.
The rectifiers have the task of distributing the air inbound so that it crosses the system linearly.
Diffusion allows use of the entire passage surface to maximise contact between the sprayed water and the air. Linearity allows air turbines in the machine to be avoided, which could reduce its humidification performance.
Then, the air enters the humidification zone, where it is enriched with steam.
Instead, separators are placed downstream of the humidification chamber, whose task is to separate the drops transported by the air flow and withhold them in the chamber and prevent their exit.
Separator application ensures the fluid inbound is not in over-saturated conditions with water in the form of drops ready to deposit.
The importance of efficient separation of the drops means mains water savings, since the latter is not released by the system, but contained in the humidifier.
The electric box allows integration of the machine even in a conditioning system.
The difference between the high pressure saturator and the low pressure washer lies in the water distribution inside the humidification chamber.
The high pressure saturator has special nozzles to work at 60-80 bar. The latter emit tiny water particles, facilitating the evaporation process and therefore humidity.
The nozzles are powered by high pressure pumps equipped with an inverter, that dialogue with the thermo-hygrometric sensors on the conditioning system to dose water to vaporise within the flow.
Non-vaporised water is recovered from the humidification chamber and from the drop separator and is then sent to drainage.
The system does not have water recovery tanks to avoid bacterial formation and algae deposits. This allows application of this system in all production contexts requiring high standards of cleanliness and low pollution levels, such as the medical sector.
Instead, in the low pressure washer, a “wall” of water is created inside the humidification chamber. The air is “forced” to pass to allow humidification and removal of pollutants and solid particles, which are removed from the water to purify it.
The water used for washing and humidification, once sprayed, is collected inside the tank, to which a recirculation pump is connected.
The pump is equipped with an inverter to adapt its operation to actual cleaning and humidification needs.
The system, managed by an efficient tool, is equipped with a self-cleaning filter to separate the solid material in suspension and purify the water of any residue.
To ensure complete flexibility of the recirculation water treatment and maintain bacterial proliferation under control, the machine is prepared to host the complementary systems, such as those for chemical dosage or UV.