AIR HUMIDIFICATION

merlin® air humidification systems for healthy businesses

Make your business smile! The relative humidity in indoor areas such as offices, production halls, and storage rooms is a key success criterion for a healthy company – economically healthy and with healthy employees. A relative humidity between 40% and 60% is ideal for human, materials, and machines.

If the ambient air is too dry, this can lead to unwanted form and dimension changes in materials and products or to problems resulting from electrostatic charges. A “poor climate” not only slows down production, it also results in more material being consumed and lower employee productivity – and can even lead to longer absences due to sick leave.

The ambient humidity also influences how people experience warmth. If the ambient air is too dry, then its temperature has to be increased by 1 to 2 °C so that people feel as comfortable as when the air humidity is ideal.*

merlin® air humidification systems solve this problem in a targeted manner! State-of-the-art technologies in many different designs guarantee maximum efficiency. The well-engineered, globally proven solutions from merlin® usually pay off within the first year, because scrap, claims, sick leave, and energy costs are all reduced, while productivity increases.

All merlin® air humidification systems are designed to be integrated into existing climate systems as well as to be implemented as standalone solutions.

The merlin® portfolio includes systems for

High-pressure air humidification

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Ultrasonic air humidification

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Rotation lamella air humidification

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Compressed air humidification

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Water treatment

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Special solutions

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merlin® provides perfect climatic conditions in the following fields:

  • Automotive industry
  • Building services engineering
  • Woodworking industry
  • Print and paper industry
  • Electronics industry
  • Textile and leather industry
  • Plastics industry
  • Food industry
  • Composites industry
  • Recycling industry
  • and many more

* Source: R. G. Steadman (1979)