Whether you're a seasoned data center professional or new to the industry, you probably know that humidifying your data center plays a vital role in the longevity of your space. Today's data center environments require meticulous control of humidity to eliminate static electricity, ensure quality manufacturing processes, preserve precious documents and works of art, and provide comfort while adhering to Indoor Air Quality standards. The specific reasons to use humidifiers to add moisture are as numerous as the applications, but the purpose is common across the board: to eliminate problems that can damage products, ruin buildings, or jeopardize health.
As the industry has evolved I've seen the focus shift to greener solutions, and ultrasonic humidifiers are one of the most environmentally friendly products that can be used in a data center. In today's blog, I will explain how ultrasonic humidifiers work to provide greater efficiency in mission critical, agricultural, pharmaceutical, and other solutions.