August 09,2023

Proper use of humidifiers can achieve healthy results, do not backfire

Industry  Dehumidifier_CFD Series

In winter, indoor humidifiers should not be excessively humidified: The air is dry in winter, especially in the northern regions of China. The air is already dry, and with indoor heating equipment, the air becomes even drier. Therefore, indoor humidification is very necessary. There are many methods of humidification. For those with indoor heating, you can place a damp towel on the radiator, or sprinkle water on the ground or place a bottle of water on the ground. These can all serve as humidifiers, but the humidification effect is not very good. Therefore, humidifiers became popular after they appeared in the market

Humidification in winter is mainly to ensure physical health. We know that if the air is dry, the mucous membranes on the surface of the human respiratory tract are prone to dryness and reduced elasticity. Dust, bacteria, and other substances in the air can easily attach to the mucous membranes. Once the mucous membranes are damaged, it can trigger mucosal congestion, and bacteria attached to the surface can easily invade the human body, triggering various respiratory diseases. After humidification, the dust can not only fall on the ground, but also wet the respiratory tract, which can reduce the onset of chronic bronchitis, chronic asthma and other diseases

However, although a humidifier has fast humidification speed and good results, using a humidifier requires a degree of precision. Many people say that using an ultrasonic humidifier to add moisture for a whole night can lead to white powder and a very sad throat when they wake up in the morning. This is the reason for excessive humidification and poor water usage. It is best to use village level or burned water for indoor humidification, so that calcium and magnesium ions in the water are not blown into the air

However, in addition to this, it is also important to remember that the humidifier should not be turned on frequently. It should be noted that frequent operation or continuous humidification can cause the air humidity to become higher and higher, which can cause the indoor air to become damp. It should be known that the human body's requirement for air humidity is between 45% and 65%, while in winter it is only necessary to control the air humidity at 50% RH. If the air humidity is too high, the human respiratory system and mucous membrane will be uncomfortable, and immunity will be reduced. Especially the elderly will suffer from influenza, asthma, bronchitis and other diseases

This does not count. If the humidifier is not cleaned regularly, the water tank will become a secondary source of pollution, becoming a breeding ground for bacteria to spread. At this time, if humidified, the water vapor will carry a lot of bacteria and viruses. If family members have low resistance, they are prone to developing "humidified pneumonia". And if the family has arthritis and diabetes, the humidifier should also be used with caution, because high air humidity is bad for the health of these two types of patients

Ultrasonic humidifiers are a good choice for indoor humidification. In industrial production, they can prevent static electricity and dust to ensure smooth production. At home, they can also reduce dust to ensure the health of family members. However, doing too much is not enough, so be careful when using them. Do not add humidity too frequently and do not increase it too high. However, the problem of excessive humidity can be solved by purchasing a humidifier with humidity control. Everyone should remember