Blog6 April 2021

How does humidification work?

It is widely advised that relative humidity (RH) in the workplace, or indeed most environments, should be maintained between 40-60%. The need to keep indoor air at an optimal moisture level is now globally accepted, with extensive health implications of overtly dry air.

We have put together a short video (below) that details the importance of controlling humidity and the issues that arise from failing to do so. Ranging from sore throats and eye irritations to dermatitis and respiratory conditions, the effects of inadequate humidity monitoring can leave people under your direct care exposed to avoidable ailments.

As experts in the provision of temporary humidification solutions, we have an authoritative voice on how best to tackle whichever humidity-related requirements you might encounter.

Although people are most commonly considered, the impact that low RH may have on machinery and electrical equipment should also not be overlooked. Our short video outlines the many scenarios in which low moisture content in the air can cause damage, affect productivity or otherwise inhibit your business or process.