Healthy humidity is essential for good health!
Healthy humidity is essential for health and for various parts of your interior. If the humidity is too low, symptoms such as dry eyes and/or skin, sore throat and headache can occur. In addition, (wooden) interior parts or musical instruments can dry out and shrink or crack. The optimal humidity recommended by medical specialists is in the range of 40 to 60% relative humidity. Humans and animals experience the air in indoor spaces with humidity in this range as pleasant and optimally humidified.
In winter in particular, the air in the rooms we heat can become too dry. Because the heating is on for large parts of the day, moisture evaporates from the indoor air, creating dry air. In dry air, dust is more likely to be released and float in the airflow.
In summer, excessively dry indoor air can be caused during warm summer days or by air-conditioning systems that often need to be switched on for longer periods.
Insufficient humidity affects human and animal health. This can cause various symptoms, such as dehydration of mucous membranes, dry eyes and/or skin, sore throat and headache.
In addition to health problems in humans and animals, insufficient humidity also has an adverse effect on wooden interior parts, musical instruments and plants. If humidity is too low, moisture is extracted from wooden parts. This causes the wood to shrink or even crack.
By installing a Clean Air Optima® humidifier, you ensure that indoor humidity is maintained and thereby protect your health, (wooden) interior parts, musical instruments and plants.
Humidifying indoor air with an air scrubber
The Clean Air Optima® air scrubber system offers simultaneous humidification and air cleaning for indoor spaces. The extracted, contaminated and dry indoor air is first passed through the activated carbon pre-filter and then over the rotor with humidifying discs. The pre-filtered air is scrubbed and cleaned naturally, similar to a rainstorm or waterfall. The smallest particles of up to 10 micrometres are bound and separated in the water.
The air scrubber evaporates the water by means of a rotor with humidifying discs: this rotor rotates slowly like a wheel through the water bath at the bottom. When the part of the discs that has passed through the water moves back up, the fan blows a stream of air over it, causing the water in the humidifying discs to evaporate.
Through the Clean Air Optima® air scrubber system, the air is optimally humidified and freed from dust, pollen and particle-bound odours.
Ultrasonic air humidifiers
A Clean Air Optima® ultrasonic humidifier transforms water into fine mist by means of a small high-frequency vibrating plate (membrane) in the water reservoir. The mist created by the ultrasonic membrane is released to the indoor air by a gentle fan airflow. The moisture is absorbed into the airflow and distributed further, gradually increasing humidity throughout the room.
Clean Air Optima® ultrasonic humidifiers feature a built-in ioniser to produce negative ions. Negative ions attach themselves to dust particles, micro-organisms and other undesired substances in the air and bind them together. These particles become heavier than the air, fall down and in this way they are filtered out of the air.
Clean Air Optima® air scrubbers and ultrasonic humidifiers are particularly suitable for:
• Reducing symptoms due to dry air, such as dry eyes and/or skin, sore throat and headache.
• Allergy patients, optimum humidity prevents dust accumulation and thereby reduces allergy complaints.
• People with respiratory problems, asthma and bronchitis.
• Preventing parquet floors, furniture, antiques and (tropical) plants from drying out.
• People with skin problems.
• Control of humidity in living and working spaces.