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Ultrasonic humidifier: Economical and made-to-measure

For over 40 years, STULZ has been supplying its UltraSonic humidifier systems for made-to-measure humidification that ensures the best possible processes and high quality standards.

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At a glance Benefits Features Technical Data

Most important benefits

  • Maximum energy savings: 93 % less electricity than electrode/resistance steam humidifiers
  • Well proven system – ultrasonic air humidifiers sold worldwide for over 40 years
  • Long service life (stainless steel or high-grade plastic)

Most important features

  • Additional adiabatic cooling effect
  • Approved for hygienic operation to VDI6022 sheet 1 and 6

Most important technical data

Humidifying power (kg/h):

  • ENS 1.2 – 18
  • BNB 1 – 8
  • SCA/FN 0.5 – 2
  • Maximum energy savings: 93 % less electricity than electrode/resistance steam humidifiers
  • Well proven system – ultrasonic air humidifiers sold worldwide for over 40 years
  • Long service life (stainless steel or high-grade plastic)
  • No cost-intensive replacement of steam cylinders
  • Excellent control characteristics: immediate humidifier capacity
  • Flexible actuation
  • Rapid payback
  • Additional adiabatic cooling effect
  • Approved for hygienic operation to VDI6022 sheet 1 and 6
  • Energy consumption: approx. 60 W per 1 kg/h of ultrasonic humidifier capacity
  • Ultrasonic cool mist humidifier produces very fine mist (0.001 mm in average), which is immediately assimilated in the air
  • Hygienic humidification thanks to a continual supply of fresh water and special purging/flushing cycles

ENS:

Humidifying power (kg/h): 1.2 – 18
Sizes   10
Dimensions

Height (mm):

Width (mm):

Depth (mm):

157 – 175

220 – 1,060

145 – 200

BNB:

Humidifying power (kg/h): 1 – 8
Sizes   6
Dimensions

Height (mm):

Width (mm):

Depth (mm):

255

254 – 1,024

200

SCA & FN:

Humidifying power (kg/h): 0.5 – 2
Sizes   SCA: 4, FN: 1
Dimensions

Height (mm):

Width (mm):

Depth (mm):

113 – 195

177 – 272

97 – 220

Humidification systems for optimum operation and high quality standards

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Ultrasonic humidifier function principle

Ultrasonic air humidifiers operate according to the principle of "ultrasonic atomization"

A 48 V alternating voltage is rectified on an atomizer PCB and converted into a high-frequency signal. This signal is transferred to an oscillator installed in the water bath, which converts it into a high-frequency mechanical oscillation. The integrated oscillators are referred to as thickness oscillators, which change their thickness 1.65 million times a second in line with the applied signal of 1.65 MHz.

Fig. 1: The humidifier is switched on. The oscillator amplitude is positive.
Fig. 2: The oscillator amplitude is negative. The inertia of the water creates a vacuum.
Fig. 3: After approx. 10 amplitudes, the ultrasonic humidifier reaches 100 % of its output.

ENS humidifiers for duct installation

Units from the STULZ UltraSonic ENS model series are available for use in ventilation and air conditioning systems. They can be installed in ventilation ducts, box-type units, and air conditioning units, for example. For the case of a direct installation in an air duct, no internal fan is required either – the airflow in the duct is all that is needed to transport the mist out of the humidifier. Tried and tested controller components ensure that the desired room humidity is precisely maintained. This industrial ultrasonic humidifier system is used in all properties where a ventilation system is installed, and where optimum humidity is essential for production, storage or the room climate.

BNB humidifiers for direct room humidification

Units from the STULZ UltraSonic BNB1000 A to BNB8000 A model series are especially suitable for direct room humidification. A fan integrated in the housing distributes the cold mist, which is generated in the water bath, around the room. Tried and tested controller components ensure that the desired room humidity is precisely maintained. This unit is used to humidify production rooms, computer rooms, storage facilities, printing plants, museums, restoration workshops, theaters, and many other areas in which optimum humidity is essential for production, storage or the room climate.

SCA and FN humidifiers for special applications requiring pinpoint humidification

STULZ UltraSonic SCA and FN humidifying systems were developed for special applications requiring pinpoint humidification. The SCA system features a universal distribution system, which is able to supply humidifying mist to fresh food counters and climatic chambers, for example. And the compact FN models were designed for installation in air conditioning units, laboratory cabinets, automated brewing systems, ventilation cabinets, etc.

Service and maintenance

As a company with locations across the globe, we offer everything you need in the extremely dynamic world of information technology – plus professional advice in the right place at the right time.

Our trained and experienced sales and service partners are located in over 140 countries. The resulting proximity to our customers allows fast response times. In addition, regular training courses and an active exchange of information ensure high quality and an extensive knowledge of all our products. This way, you can be sure your products are in the best hands and get the right maintenance – all over the world.

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