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TYPES OF KANSAS CITY HUMIDIFIERS

September 10, 2012 at 9:20 pm | Category: Heating


Kansas City HumidifiersDryness in one’s skin, nose or throat that is brought about by the cold winter months is one of the major problems that some people have. This normally happens because of the low humidity level in the air. In order to avoid this dryness, people in countries with this kind of season have developed machines that can keep the moisture balance in the air. These machines are called Kansas City humidifiers.

            Consumers have variety of options when it comes to buying Kansas City humidifiers. They can opt for small ones that can be easily transferred from one place to another or the huge ones that are perfect for large areas. Whether a consumer chooses a small unit or its larger counterpart, they must take note of the differences between the common forms of Kansas City humidifiers.

The two types of portable humidifiers that people in cold climates use in their homes are the impeller room and ultrasonic humidifiers. The two only differ in terms of the mechanism that it uses for adding to the moisture to the air. The impeller room humidifier is primarily composed of a spinning disc that is responsible for creating its water droplets. On the other hand, the ultrasonic humidifier uses a metal diaphragm to produce high frequency vibrations necessary for generating smaller versions of water droplets in the air compared with impeller room humidifier. Also, a lot of people prefer using this type of Kansas City humidifier because of its ability to produce tinier water droplets which evaporate easier in the air unlike larger water particles.

In terms of the water that should be put into the humidifier, it should be noted that distilled water or the demineralized ones are better compared to tap water. That’s because tap water from faucets is composed of minerals that do not dissolve in the air. Instead of dissolving into the air, tap water causes the accumulation of white dust particles as well as scales in the area where the humidifier is located and inside the Kansas City humidifier itself.

Cleaning Kansas City humidifiers should be handled with care. Generally, this should take place every three days.  In cleaning a humidifier, one may use a brush or scrub in reaching its insides. Also, it is advised to rinse the machine thoroughly to make sure that it is free from the chemicals used in cleaning it. Other cleaning instructions are located in the manual and as such, users must read it carefully before cleaning the machine.

Another type of humidifier is the whole house humidifier. This humidification system hooks up to your Kansas City air conditioning system. Contact a local Kansas City electrician or HVAC contractor for installation and maintenance services for this type of humidifier.

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