Controlled humidity for man and material

It isn’t only people that are sensitive to dry air – many materials are, too! Humidifying systems regulate the air humidity. They safeguard production processes, preserve materials, prevent static electricity and ensure that people in closed rooms can breathe healthy air.

Electronic Environments

Data Centres can be dry environments leading to the risk of static electricity, damage to electronics and consequential loss of data.
Electronic Environments

Produce without wastage, ensure high quality

Prevent material fluctuations, ensure constant production quality, minimise the reject quota.

Retain permanent freshness and value

Produce and store fresh foodstuffs, protect cultural treasures and exhibits.
Storage & Archives

Health and well-being behind closed doors

No dust, no snuffles or sneezes in heated, air-conditioned rooms.
Comfort Humidification