|B 120||B 125||B 250||B 300||B 500|
|max. air performance in m³/h||130||140||500||600||900|
|evaporation performance in l/h/||0,9||0,95*||1,2**||1,4*||2,6*|
|operating noise in dB||34||34||34-40||32-40||32-44|
|max. room size in m³||130||140||500||600||900|
|max. power consumption in W||25||25||50||58||95|
|water tank in l||11||11||25||25||50|
|empty weight in kg||3,6||4,2||19||19||21|
* at 25°C and 20% r.h.
** at 23°C and 45% r.h.
Humidifiers - do more than just humid air
The entire amount of water vapor existing in a certain volume of air is called absolute humidity or vapor pressure. The maximum amount of water vapor this volume of air can absorb increases with its temperature. The relative humidity (commonly known as relative air humidity) is the proportion between the maximum possible amount of water vapor at a certain temperature and the amount of water vapor currently existing in the air volume. Consequently, the relative humidity drops achieved just by increasing the temperature.
Why do we need active humidification?
When we heat in winter we artificially increase the indoor temperature without ensuring that the lack of humidity is compensated. The air, in relative terms, becomes drier. Thus, risks and hazards for finished base materials such as paper, textiles, leather, plastic or wood are resulting but also in the IT sector and not least in the office. It is necessary to re-moist the air by using a humidifier to increase the relative humidity when the temperature increases in the room.
How do indoor temperature and air humidity depend on each other?
At different room temperatures very different values of relative humidity may exist in spite of the same existing amount of water. For example, if the air has a relative humidity of 50% at 10°C this drops by warming the air from 10°C to 23°C to 20% relative humidity.
What is the relation between air humidity and moisture content?
When air humidifying production and storage rooms where hygroscopic (moisture binding) material is treated it is not sufficient to measure only the relative room air humidity. A considerable proportion of the need for humidity has the moisture content. If, for example, paper, textile, leather, tobacco or food are not in a state of balance with the ambient air they draw humidity from the air until the balance is restored. On the other hand, the air absorbs humidity until the mutual vapor pressures are balanced.
Raw materials are becoming increasingly demanding and operating speeds of production machines constantly faster, the quality demands of customers are ever increasing. The quality control is more and more in the focus of production and already starts when purchasing the material: It is not recommended to only rely on the promises of the material suppliers. It is a considerable difference if several tons daily batch of raw paper have 2-3% equilibrium moisture more or less. Then post-conditioning is required and attention must be paid to stable factors. The company laboratory is under high pressure. The primary factor is often in the foreground: Is the room air humidity in the production plant right? We think that these questions can easily be answered - with modern and up-to-date humidifiers.
Humidifiers for value preservation
An adult requires between 11.500 and 14.500 litres breathing air per day. This means up to 29.000 times breathing in and out through nose and throat. But if the air is too dry this can significantly impede the transport of oxygen and the oxygen intake in the respiratory tract by which discomfort, fatigue and lack of concentration can result. Sufficient air humidity ensures strengthening the immune system in case of a cold, protects skin and eyes against dehydration and improves the resistance. This applies in particular: Prevention is better than cure. Also the subjective feeling of comfort can be improved by the use of a corresponding air humidifier. For example, a room temperature of only 17-18°C at a relative humidity of 60-70% is perceived to be pleasant. Humidifiers is saving heating costs in a simple manner.
Maintenance is in the focus
The quality of the humidification water is decisive; it must at least have drinking water quality. Air humidifiers require careful and responsible maintenance and service. Their constructional design should not become an obstacle to these endeavors. Easy handling, reliable aggregate parts, monitoring and safety installations are taken for granted today. All these investments are worth the money. Only humidifiers that are maintained and serviced on a regular basis can function optimally.
Water moistens the humidifying surfaces (e.g. mats, discs) of the humidifiers which are impinged by an air flow. By this, the water evaporates and is transported into the room air through the ventilation flow. Devices following this principle withdraw heat from the surrounding environment and evaporative heat loss is resulting, the air cools down (adiabatic cooling). Suitable humidifiers are those that blow out the water-gas mixture through their humidifying surfaces just by the ventilation flow.
Evaporative humidifiers are mainly used in large technical facilities such as IT rooms and telephone switchboards, laboratories and libraries, printing companies and hospitals. In music rooms, museums and art galleries they also protect and preserve valuable furnishing objects. On top of this, evaporative air humidifiers are used for the humidification of process-air-conditioning systems as well as for the humidification and cooling of production plants, airports, warehouses and greenhouses.
The room climate is a key factor for generating healthy living conditions and must be neither too dry nor too humid. An optimal balance is difficult to realize without a humidifier why you should not leave anything to chance. For this purpose, Brune offers you the perfect solution to constantly keep the humidity at the desired level. This can both be necessary in the apartment and also in storage and basement rooms in order to save the building structure and climate-sensitive objects from decay.
Air humidifying devices creating an optimal climatic level are suitable in order to regulate the content of humidity within closed rooms. Humidifiers operate according to the simple principle of evaporation and contribute an amount of air humidity to be determined to the room air.
We would therefore like to give you a brief description of how this principle functions and emphasize the importance of air humidifiers for the improvement of life quality and we like to highlight the preservation of sensitive products and goods:
Air humidifying devices in general consist of an engine for the air flow and a humidifying surface in direct contact to water that is fed to the device via tank system or permanent water supply line.
Humidifiers working according to this principle draw heat energy from the surroundings. The evaporation process requires energy and transforms it into evaporation cooling which provides an increase of air humidity in the room. This so-called adiabatic cooling guarantees that the room temperature in winter can drop to a certain value without impairing the comfortable temperature. The effect: You save expensive heating costs at consistently felt temperature.
What are the advantages of the evaporation principle?
Air humidification with water vapor prevents humidity in the room. At the same time, it is guaranteed that over-saturation cannot develop. As evaporation is based on the room temperature these devices operate very energy-efficient and distinguish themselves through low consumption which is a decisive plus factor especially in long-term operation.
What are fields of application of the air humidifier?
Humidifiers that work according to the evaporation principle are mainly used in the industry and other technically based large facilities. These are:
In order to prevent works of art and music instruments from decay humidifying devices can also be used in the following facilities:
Air humidification also helps to cool public buildings and industrial companies where a constant humidity level is important. These are:
Storage rooms and warehouses
An evaporation air humidifier is well-suited for all these purposes.
We of Brune offer you exclusively high-quality humidifiers in many variations that meet your individual demands. Smaller devices such as the B 120 and the B 125 are suitable for private use or direct installation on a heater - no external power supply is needed.
The Brune B 300, the B 500 Professional and the B 250 are suitable for larger rooms that require permanent automated control of air humidity. This way, not only the relative humidity in your rooms is maintained at an optimal level but also the entire climate is influenced in a positive manner.
Balanced indoor climate thanks to Brune - air humidifiers for every purpose
Air humidifiers are very much in demand particularly in winter as in the cold time of year heaters run at full speed. The problem is that not only heat but also too dry room air is generated. Since human only feels comfortable as from a relative humidity between 50 and 60 percent the best is to compensate this imbalance with a device by Brune.
Handling the humidifiers is easy and the filter can be changed in just a few simple steps. For larger rooms up to a volume of 140 m³ the Brune B125 air humidifier is the perfect solution. A balanced indoor climate is ensured by its high performance. It automatically adapts its evaporative emission characteristics to the existing air humidity. The 10 litre tank is excellently suitable for long-term operation and thanks to the compact outer dimensions the B 125 is also quickly installed in cabinets, showcases or humidors. Finely structured evaporation avoids calcifications on objects in the long term.
Air humidifiers for professional use
Large rooms up to 500 m³ require powerful humidifiers that are capable of mixing up the room ventilation with the desired degree of humidity. The B250 by Brune offers all benefits you can expect from a device of this price category. Continuous measurement of the existing air humidity, automatic adjustment of the cold evaporation level and simple fully-automatic operation leave nothing to be desired.
Of course, Brune also offers humidifiers at an even more professional level, such as in museums. With the B300 and the B500 Professional the room air cannot only provide the appropriate humidity but additionally it is capable of performing disinfection. If required, direct water supply can be installed via supply line which makes long-term use possible without additional expense.
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