Humidity exerts a powerful influence on environmental and physiological factors, so levels that are too high or too low can produce an uncomfortable atmosphere, as well as costly production problems, material deterioration and even dangerous issues. This is especially true for museums, schools, banks, churches, offices, or other organizations that commonly process, handle or store hygroscopic materials such as wood, paper, textile fibers, leather or chemicals. In potentially explosive environments, dry air and the resultant static electricity can be particularly hazardous. Whatever your industry, Armstrong is the trusted solution provider for achieving effective, economical, trouble-free control of your humidity.
Armstrong has been sharing know-how in humidification applications since 1938. Through the design, manufacturing and application of humidification equipment, Armstrong has led the way to countless savings in energy, time and money.
We provide extensive design, manufacturing and application of humidification equipment for satisfied customers all over the world, and our Humid-A-ware™ humidification sizing and selection software helps eliminate guesswork from sizing and specifying industrial and commercial humidifiers. Armstrong gives you access to more than a century of sage knowledge and experience through Armstrong University, or through informational downloads, such as our free white paper, "Humidification Design Checklist."
Humidification is simply the addition of water to air. However, humidity exerts a powerful influence on environmental and physiological factors. Improper humidity levels (either too high or too low) can cause discomfort for people and damage many kinds of equipment and materials. Conversely, the proper type of humidification equipment can help you achieve effective, economical and trouble-free control of humidity.
Dry air can cause a variety of costly, troublesome and sometimes dangerous problems, especially when you are processing or handling hygroscopic materials such as wood, paper, textile fibers, leather or chemicals. Dry air or fluctuating humidity can cause serious production problems and/or material deterioration. Dry air can also adversely affect hygroscopic materials in museums, schools, banks, churches and office buildings.
In dry atmospheric conditions static electricity can interfere with efficient operation of production machinery, computers and other office machines. Where static-prone materials such as paper, films, computer disks and other plastics are handled, dry air aggravates the static problem. In potentially explosive environments, dry air and its resultant static electricity can be extremely dangerous.
Armstrong’s HUMIDIFICATION Solutions
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