The HF 707 Digital Ultrasonic Humidifier can help make the dry winter months more liveable. Its high-frequency vibration technology creates a micro-fine mist that immediately evaporates into the room creating a comfortable living and sleeping environment.This compact, ergonomic and virtually silent ultrasonic humidifier is loaded with features normally found in more expensive machines. The HF 707 features a permanent, rechargeable, nano-silver and ceramic combination filter that controls white dust, bacteria and mould. Other advances such as its ability to produce either warm or cool spray mist, or its capacity to generate healthy negative ions, sets the HF 707 in a class by itself. Its easy-set, push button controls, and its built-in hydrostat that automatically adjusts mist output to the desired humidity level, make the machine very easy-to-operate. Its large 1.6 gallon (6L) tank, and variable mist control, can humidify large or small rooms for up to 3 nights (or 25 hours) on one refill.
WHY HUMIDIFY THE AIR?
When the air is dry, especially in the winter months, it can become unpleasant and even unhealthy, leading to increased levels of static electricity, dry skin, cracked lips and even noise bleeds. Optimal humidity is between 45 to 55% relative humidity. During the winter months though, relative humidity in the average home can drop to below 20%. Low humidity can lead to a variety of conditions that cause ill health. Dust particles, bacteria, viruses, dust mite feces that are normally trapped by the moist nasal membrane lining in the nose can more easily get into the lungs when the air is dryer and thus reduce the body's natural defence mechanism. These invaders overload the immune system and irritate the mucous membranes resulting in more coughing and susceptibility to disease.
The HF 707 is an ideal ultrasonic humidifier for homes, apartments, offices and anywhere there is low humidity. Ultrasonic water vapour is highly beneficial to individuals. Their biggest advantage is high performance combined with low energy consumption.
HOW DO ULTRASONIC HUMIDIFIERS WORK?
Ultrasonic Humidifiers use ultrasonic high frequency oscillation to break up water into tiny water particles about 1.5 microns in diameter. The ventilation system blows out the water particles into the dry air where they evaporate and create the required humidity level. The water particles appear as a steady stream of mist or fog as they travel up and out of the machine.
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