Product FAQs

General Information

When a humidifier is used infrequently, in very dry places or for the first time in a season, it can take quite a while for the humidity level in the room/space to rise. The reason for this is that everything in the room (walls, furniture, floors, etc.) is dried out and will suck up any moisture that is in the air. Once these objects are saturated, the humidity level start to rise in the air. If you have dry heat or can't get the level to rise, it is best to let the unit run constantly on a high setting, until the moisture starts to build up. If the unit is only run occasionally, each time you turn it on it will have to work to saturate the walls and furniture again, before humidifying the room. Also check the humidifier is large enough for the room size and that the space is enclosed.
Both warm mist humidifiers and vaporizers heat water to produce moisture. Vaporizers typically refer to the old “tub” style humidifier often found in drug stores. They are usually quite inexpensive and do not have any features such as a humidistat or removable tank. Warm mist humidifiers use more efficient technology to boil water and have more consumer friendly features.
If condensation is building on the windows it means the humidifier is producing too much output for the space it is humidifying. If a humidistat is being used, then you can try lowering the humidistat setting. If not, you may need a lower output humidifier for the desired space.
Humidifiers provide relief from dry indoor air, which causes scratchy throats, dry skin, and bloody noses. Humidifiers also help prevent furniture from cracking and provide a healthy growing environment for plant life.
Water flows from the into the water channel. The water channel automatically ensures the proper amount of water flows to the heating chamber. Water enters the heating chamber where the heating system warms the water. A warm mist rises from the humidifier outlet and is dispersed into the room.
When the water level in the tank is at or below the half-full point, the indicator will read near the empty mark
Untreated dry air enters the system around side and back of the humidifier. The dry air passes through the saturated wick filter. Moisture is added into the air while sediment, minerals and other impurities remain trapped in the filter. Clean invisible mist is the distributed throughout the room by a powerful quiet fan.
A humidity level between 30 and 50% is recommended. A hygrometer is a measuring device that measures humidity. Hygrometers can be purchased on your local retailer.
A slow stream of water is released from the tank by a regulator valve. Then, the water then flows to the transducer, where the water is ultrasonically vibrated into soft, clean visible mist. A quiet fan propels the mist upward and into the air.