A humidifier is a household appliance that can increase the humidity of a room. A humidifier can humidify a designated room, or can be connected to a boiler or a central air conditioning system to humidify the entire building. According to the theory of heat and moisture exchange, humidifiers are divided into the following two types in actual projects:
1. An equal humidifier: It uses the sensible heat absorbed by the air to evaporate and humidify, and the change in the enthalpy and wetness map is an approximate enthalpy process.
2. Isothermal humidifier: the use of thermal energy to convert liquid water into steam and air for humidification, and its change in the enthalpy and wetness map is an approximate isothermal process.
Humidifiers can be divided into three major categories, industrial humidifiers, commercial humidifiers, and home humidifiers, depending on the scope of use.
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