What is a steam humidifier? Once installed, steam humidifiers use a system in conjunction with the furnace or heating system, to boil reverse osmosis or deionized water. The steam that is produced from this is then used to clean the air and the duct system, maintain air quality and regulate humidity and temperature control.
These systems are often used in offices, museums, classrooms, and educational facilities, with a rise in residential installs for their cleaning and hygienic properties. These whole-home steam humidifiers are ideal for long-term air quality and temperature control.
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