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Humidifiers: Room Humidifiers & Industrial Humidifiers

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Save On Our Large Selection of Room Humidifiers and Industrial Humidifiers!

Understanding relative humidity is essential to the comfort of your home and feeling healthy. Dry air in your home is known to cause or aggravate respiratory ailments. During extremely cold weather, your home loses humidity to the outdoors and warm air inside evaporates the remaining moisture. Humidifiers are most often used in homes to alleviate the discomforts of dry nose, lips, throat and skin by bringing much needed moisture back into your home or workplace.

You're going to love the list of humidifiers we have compiled below.  These are the best of the best that we have personally observed with feedback from Dr. Donnelly's patients and customers.  If we can be of any help, please call our trained staff at 1-800-551-8544 and we will be happy to assist you.

Be sure to check out these helpful humidification links:

How to choose a humidifier
Humidifier checklist
Bacteria in humidifiers
Humidifier's and colds
Winter indoor humidity level
Types of humidifiers
Tracking humidity levels
Tap water or distilled water?

 

     

Room humidifiers | Industrial humidifiers

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Room Humidifiers

If you live in a dry region or have problems with a lack of humidity in the winter then you may need a room humidifier.  You may remember the humidifiers your mother placed in your room when you had a chest cold as a child.  They were loud and inefficient.  Today, humidifiers are more quiet and several models re-circulate air, which reduces the amount of water lost. Room humidifiers help reduce dry eyes and dry nose due to lack of moisture during the winter months, and also help preserve your wood furniture!

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industrial humidifiers

Industrial Humidifiers

Industrial humidifiers add moisture to warm air being circulated or directed into a work-space. This adds necessary moisture to your processing or storage environment. Industrial humidifiers are necessary for regulating the environments around sensitive items such as furnishings, food, or electronic equipment that can be damaged by static electricity.  Industrial humidifiers also keep your personnel comfortable by adding moisture to the air to help reduce dry eyes and coughing. 

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To learn more about the use and care of  room humidifiers see the Indoor Air Quality Facts Sheet.


If you have any questions about humidifiers, call us, we'll be glad to help!

1-800-551-8544

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