No matter the type, properly designed, specified, installed, and maintained humidification systems can provide years of trouble-free operation. Taking a proactive approach to humidifier maintenance is the single best way to prevent operational issues and unscheduled humidification system shutdowns.
Bob and Tim had just finished a routine service call on a house with a gas furnace for the heating system. They were talking to the housewife when she asked: “Our house is very dry in the winter time, and the humidity must be very low. How can we put a system in this house to keep the whole house at a higher humidity level?”
Humidifiers Find Extensive Use Across Industrial and Commercial Applications
December 1, 2014
The North America humidifier market was valued at $212.4 million in 2013, and is forecast to reach $300.4 million by 2020, according to a new market research report published by Transparency Market Research.
Smart Fog Inc., a provider of commercial humidifiers, has announced the launch of its new website at www.smartfog.com. The company said the new site features include a blog and expanded product information, such as easy-to-understand diagrams explaining the science behind Smart Fog’s technology.
Partnership Offers STULZ Customers Water Treatment Options
April 8, 2014
STULZ Air Technology Systems Inc. has announced a new agreement with Culligan Matrix Solutions®, Rosemont, Ill., a division of Culligan International Co. The agreement makes Culligan the single-source provider for all water treatment products and services provided with STULZ ultrasonic humidification systems.
Provides Optimum Conditions and Eliminates Unnecessary Downtime
September 11, 2013
Smart Fog has introduced a specially optimized non-wetting humidifier design for printing and paper storage. The company said the commercial humidifier enables printing operators to reduce paper curls and paper cracks, and eliminate mis-registers and web-breaks.