All of these problems can be alleviated with the help of a humidifier. offers six humidifier models designed to put moisture back into the indoor environment so homeowners can relax in warm, soothing comfort. Depending on the model that best matches the system, a humidifier can deliver between 12 and 34 gallons (45 and 129 liters) of moisture per day to minimize the problems of excessively dry air. And, because humidified air feels warmer, using lower thermostat settings may be possible for added energy savings.
The steam humidifier delivers humidity in the form of steam to the conditioned space via the HVAC system duct. Unlike older steam humidifiers using electric heating elements, this device generates steam by energizing two electrodes that extend into a canister of water. Current flowing between the electrodes causes the water to boil, creating steam, which is delivered into the air stream through a dispersion tube mounted in the ductwork. Openings in the dispersion tube are fitted with "tubelets" which extend into the center of the tube. The design of the dispersion tube and tubelets distribute steam over a wide area in the duct and direct any condensed moisture back into the steam hose.
- Steam is generated via electrodes in replaceable canister
- Canister can be replaced easily and quickly no cleaning required
- Capable of operating with either 115 or 208-240 voltage
- Unit can be mounted on wall, duct or indoor unit
- Dispersion technology prevents condensation in duct
- Water filtration not required suitable for a wide range of water conditions
- Granite gray color, compatible with most HVAC equipment
- Includes: manual control, 6ft steam hose, dispersion tube, 10ft drain tubing, hose clamps, saddle valve
|Weight||24.6 Pounds (lbs)|
|Width||14.375 Inches (In)|
|Height||12.625 Inches (In)|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Length||22.875 Inches (In)|
|Energy Star Rated||No|