If you’re looking for a reliable commercial and industrial humidification system manufacturer, we’re it. Our humidification solutions are energy-efficient and deliver high performance at a low maintenance cost. We welcome commercial and industrial businesses of all sizes – we can provide tailored solutions for your building.
Our team of dedicated experts can provide advice on the most suitable humidifier design and answer all your questions from manufacturing to installation. YouMist is 100% Australian owned and operated including our manufacturing facilities.
Our humidification systems are designed to keep humidity in commercial and industrial buildings at optimal levels. Humidified air can reduce the transmission of airborne diseases and improve the overall indoor air quality.
|Eliminate the build-up of static electricity in industrial buildings. Static build-up can reduce work productivity and damage electrical equipment.||Generate an evaporative cooling effect and reduce the use of a mechanical cooling system.||Increase the amount of moisture and humidity levels while improving dry air conditions.||Reduction in operational expenses and energy costs when compared to the use of electric steam humidifiers.||Create a healthy work environment that reduces dust and the spread of airborne bacteria and viruses.|
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|We are one of Australia’s leading industry leaders in humidification systems.||Our humidification systems are designed to provide commercial and industrial businesses with an affordable humidification solution.||We provide 24/7 online support if you have any questions about your system.|
A humidifier and vaporizer both add moisture to the air. The major difference between these two systems is how they actively add moisture into the air. A humidifier uses supersonic vibrations to disperse cool mist of water into the air. While a vaporizer uses electricity to boil water and create steam that gets released into the air at specific intervals.
Certain manufacturers choose to insulate and seal their factory walls and ceilings with a vapour barrier to prevent the constant flow of humid air. Though depending on the building layout, many manufacturers opt for the installation of a humidification system to reduce indoor humidity levels.
Humidification systems are designed to reduce high humidity levels in commercial and industrial buildings. They can also be used for:
A commercial humidifier is designed to produce transparent mists of water that adds moisture into the air. Inside the humidifier is a rotating drum that is used to distribute the water into the air. When air enters into the humidifier system, it is exposed to the water inside. The water is then evaporated into the air and cycled back into the room.