Assisted Spray Nozzle Humidification
Additive humidity provided by combining liquid and compressed air to create a mist of finely atomized spray. System requires reverse osmosis water.

Spray Nozzle Humidification
Additive humidity provided by pressurized (60 PSI) water only to create mist spray.

Ultrasonic Humidification
Uses an ultrasonic frequency to turn water into an airborne mist that is forced out into the air to raise humidity.

Bypass Dehumidification
A precisely controlled volume of chamber air bypasses the heat exchanger by means of a proportionally controlled air damper.

Dehumidification by Chemical Dryer
Chamber air is passed over a desiccant to remove moisture.

Separate Coil Dehumidification
Draws air from the growth area through a cooling coil to remove the moisture by condensation.

Considerations when Controlling Humidity

Humidity is the water vapor or moisture content of the atmosphere. The maximum amount of water vapor in the air (saturation) varies greatly with temperature. Relative humidity (RH) is expressed as a percentage of the maximum possible moisture content. It is important to understand that simply stating an RH percentage range without a coincident dry bulb temperature leaves the actual moisture content undefined. Click below to read our Insight entitled Considerations when Controlling Humidity.