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Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier And Cooling Fan for Air Conditioner Room

Item:Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier And Cooling Fan for Air Conditioner Room

Short Description:Air conditioner can reduce humidity significantly, making a room dry. Air conditioners help to improve indoor air quality but they can also extract and remove moisture in the air, causing various concerns. Some of the issues that you may face in a dry room include breathing difficulties, sore throat, chapped lips, and dry skin. A room can be very uncomfortable when the air is too dry. The unit of “Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier And Cooling Fan for Air Conditioner Room” can help to increase humidity in the air conditioner room and thus improve feeling quantity.
Features:
*Works as humidifier,non-fog.Best choice for air conditioner room, where the humidity in air is extracted,and the air humidity is low.
*Works as an air cooler, tower fan, humidifier and air filter in one unit,not only cleans,refreshes&humidify the air in air conditioner room,but can also lower your indoor temperatures.
*3 cooling speeds & wind modes which blows a fresh breeze if you need.For widespread coverage up to 250 sq. Ft

Place of origin: China

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Features&Functions:

*Works as humidifier,non-fog.Best choice for air conditioner room, where the humidity in air is extracted,and the air humidity is low.
*Works as an air cooler, tower fan, humidifier and air filter in one unit,not only cleans,refreshes&humidify the air in air conditioner room,but can also lower your indoor temperatures.
*3 cooling speeds & wind modes which blows a fresh breeze if you need.For widespread coverage up to 250 sq. Ft
* Portable with castors.
* 220V,50Hz,36W,with 8L water tank.Unit dimension: 345x270x650mm

The unit is a smart&power saving addition to air conditioner room. It produces a powerful cooling airflow as well as eliminating harmful chemicals from the air your breathing. It is a top rated evaporative cooler perfect for dry and humid environments. Its modern stylish and sleek design will add an elegant touch to your home.

How It Works

It does not release any harmful chemicals like Freon into the atmosphere. Instead, it makes use of the innovative evaporative cooling technology to produce a refreshing breeze that cools down a room up to 250 square feet. While it reduces the carbon footprint, it also is energy efficient by using about the same electricity as an ordinary 100 watt light bulb uses.
There are 3 fans speeds for selection, and 2 modes of operation. The cooler can be used to humidify your room and get rid of airborne dust particles. This unit holds up to 8L water and can even operate with no water at all, of course this means that it won’t really be cooling any more than a fan. And there is no water required when used in ‘Fan Only’ mode.

220V,50Hz,36W,8L water tank.Unit dimension: 345x270x650mm

Buying Guide to “Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier And Cooling Fan for Air Conditioner Room”
  • The place of origin is in China,when you buy one or a small quantity,please consider international air freight as cost;
  • Accept bulk order with Container delivery;
  • Please contact us to email: airconditioner@smartclima.com .
General Knowledge on “Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier And Cooling Fan for Air Conditioner Room”

It is important to note that the recommended humidity in a room should range from 35 to 50%. If the humidity is too high, it can be a concern. This is because it can create a good environment for bacteria and mold to thrive in your home. When you use these techniques to increase humidity, it is advisable to use a hygrometer to measure the precise amount of moisture in the air.

1. Keep Plants
This is one of the most effective ways to increase humidity in any part of your house. Plants can help to reduce the dryness by introducing moisture in the surrounding air. The soil found in a potted plant also helps to retain additional moisture that can be absorbed into a room when the aircon dries the air. But it is important to make sure the plants are watered regularly to prevent them from drying out. Place several potted plants in different parts of your house. They will also make your home more attractive.

2. Use Water Containers
Another option that you can use to raise humidity levels in an air conditioned room is placing several containers filled with water around your home. The containers should be left open to allow the water to evaporate and increase humidity. Choose appealing containers made of colored or clear glass. Place them in various areas away from electrical devices. If you have children or pets, it is important to keep the containers elevated to prevent accidents. You can place some pebbles in the water containers to make them both functional and aesthetically appealing.

3. Water Fountain
If you want to add moisture in an air conditioned room, a water fountain is an effective solution. One of the main benefits of using a water function is that it can match your interior. There are various types of water fountains that you can select from depending on your individual preferences. Place the water fountain in a strategic part of the room to increase humidity.

4. Fish Tanks
Adding a fish tank to an air conditioned room is another creative way of increasing humidity levels. This is an ideal option if you love pets. It is important to make sure the water tank has an open top to allow some of the water to evaporate into the air and increase moisture levels. If you choose to use a fish tank, to eliminate dry air, you need to take good care of the fish to ensure the water remains fresh. You will have to change the water regularly to prevent bad odors. A fish tank can also make the room look better.

5. Use a Room Humidifier,Best to choose Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier.
This is one of the most effective solutions if you are looking for a way to increase humidity. A humidifier is designed to add moisture to any room. Most people assume that they only need a stand-alone device if they want to humidify a single room. This may work well if the device is not connected to your furnace. But it is advisable to humidify the entire house if you are using an air conditioner. Choose a Cooling Evaporative Non-fog Humidifier that you can connect to the central furnace. Make sure the humidifier is cleaned regularly to ensure it is introducing clean moisture into the air.(Because the humidifier with fog will produce bacterium).

6. Wet Cloths
If you want to increase humidity in a kitchen, one of the solutions that can work is leaving some wet cloths on the countertops. While this may not seem like a good idea for some people, it can help to introduce some moisture in a room. Once you have identified the most effective technique to increase humidity, monitor the levels regularly to prevent mold and bacteria growth. The technique you select should be practical for your home.

General Knowledge on “ Ultrasonic vs Evaporative Portable Humidifiers”

The two main types of portable cool-mist humidifiers – ultrasonic and evaporative. And while either can be efficient in terms of humidifying a room, they have significant differences in how they produce that moisture.

There are basically three major differences between an ultrasonic and evaporative humidifier: Price, operation noise and how each handles mineral scale deposits (white/grey dust).

But first, you need to understand how the two types differ from one another:

Ultrasonic Humidifier

An ultrasonic humidifier is one that uses high-frequency sound vibrations to produce an extra fine water mist that is then expelled to add moisture to the room. It is often considered the quieter of both types of humidifiers. The ultrasonic generally has no filter factored into its design. That does save operation costs, but it does come with a trade-off.

You’ll get more greyish dust around the room when operating an ultrasonic humidifier than with an evaporative because there’s usually no filter to absorb mineral scale deposits. Some models, however, come with ceramic-type cartridges that can be refreshed, and these are effective to some degree. Another way to reduce the scale dust is to use demineralized water in the reservoir, though that can be pricey.

Some prefer this type of humidifier because it is considered safer in that there is no hot water present in the unit and therefore no risk of scalding since the unit does not heat the water in any way.

Evaporative Humidifier

These humidifiers have been in use for decades and are considered the most common or garden-variety type of humidifying appliance.

The most basic (traditional) way to humidify a room is to place a pot or jar of water in the room and allow the moisture to naturally evaporate into the air to relieve dryness.

An evaporative humidifier works on basically the same concept but is more efficient in getting the humidity out to the room. Evaporative humidifiers can vary by design. There are a few non-filter units that simply churn out a water mist or vapor, but most have filters which require routine cleaning or replacing. So generally, there is an ongoing operation cost in way of replacement filters for evaporative humidifiers.

With the help of a wick filter to hold and draw the water up to a fan, it expels it from the unit as a water mist or spray. Though the word ‘wick’ sounds very small, a wick filter can be quite large and takes up most of the room inside of a humidifier’s casing. Some models can combine some humidification features along with a filter design.

This is a popular filter design that because of the filter’s function, traps mineral scale and reduces the risk of fine white/ greyscale dust filtering to the room. Some models are also designed for aromatherapy during the humidification process. Though you would expect the type of humidifier to be clearly identifiable on the packaging, that isn’t always easy.

A key thing to remember is that if a cool mist humidifier has a filter, you will need to clean or replace it, but you shouldn’t have to worry about scale dust.

For more knowledge,you can refer to the artice “Ultrasonic vs Evaporative Portable Humidifiers


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