Humidifier is a device which is used to humidify the environment to provide relief from dryness of skin, throat, lips and nose. A humidifier increases moisture in the air and prevents dryness that can cause discomfort and irritation to the body.
A humidifier helps prevent:
Some pediatricians recommend use of warm mist humidifiers for babies as the warm air emitted by humidifiers kills germs and viruses. It also reduces mucus build-up and opens the respiratory passage thus helping the baby breathe easier.
An ultrasonic humidifier includes a small metal plate that vibrates at an ultrasonic frequency. The sound created is inaudible to humans but it is powerful enough to dislodge dirt from surfaces. The ultrasonic humidifier disintegrates water particles from its built-in reservoir into a cool vapour which is then emitted as a fine mist into the air instantly distributing moisture all over the room.
Air purifiers and humidifiers have different functions. An air purifier cleans the indoor air but does nothing for humidity levels. It effectively removes dust and smoke from the air and gets rid of particles that could cause allergy. On the other hand, a humidifier adds moisture to the air but does not clean it.
1.Cool mist humidifiers
Cool mist humidifiers pull in dry air, passes it through a saturated wick filter and distributes it into the environment as a cool, invisible mist. These humidifiers are effective for large rooms.
2.Warm mist humidifiers
Warm mist humidifiers generate warm, soothing mist for comfort during winters. The gentle heating procedure traps impurities and releases clean vapor into the air. 3.Ultrasonic humidifiers
Ultrasonic humidifiers produce a light mist that distributes humidity into the room. Ultrasonic models are quiet, refreshing and low maintenance.
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