How does High pressure humidification work?
By using various high pressure nozzles, very delicate droplets of water are sprayed into the air.
These droplets are so small that they evaporate before precipitating. This is made possible by increasing the water pressure to a minimum of at least 70 bars.
High pressure humidification is often used for the direct humidification of an area or indirect humidification by placing a system into the central air handling unit. This method of humidification is very suitable for medium to large installation systems because of its energy efficient character.