Reverse osmosis and the humidifier goes hand-in-hand!
Humidifiers aid in the regulation of humidity in indoor growing environments. It works by putting water in the tank, which then escapes as steam, humidifying the air and preventing withered and damaged plants from developing due to the dry climate.
Reverse osmosis systems from NETSOL Water aid in decreasing EC and remove up to 95% of salts and heavy metals from water, as well as up to 99 percent of chlorine. The end result is high-quality water that is devoid of salts and chemicals, making it ideal for use with your humidifier and plants.
Why reverse osmosis should be used with the humidifier?
Keeping these three factors in mind, our reverse osmosis systems will be the perfect ally for your humidifier, allowing you to provide the highest possible water quality for your plants.
1.Prevents precipitated limescale
Because hard water causes precipitated limescale in your water systems, as well as in bathrooms and washing machines, the humidifier's tank will experience the same problem. Limescale will build up inside the tank, interfering with the humidifier's operation, resulting in less steam and increased maintenance.
When the tank is filled with reverse osmosis water, we ensure better humidifier maintenance and a higher steam up capacity, extending the humidifier's usable life by removing the precipitated limescale inside it.
2.Quality water steam
We eliminate limescale precipitations by using salt-free water (with a lower EC) to fill the humidifier's tank. We also ensure that a high quality water stream is acquired, which will result in a quality environment.
3.Protect the plants
We avoid potential difficulties in the plants' leaves by providing high-quality water steam, which protects them from limescale and other dissolved ions in the water. We also preserve plant roots by ensuring that precipitated limescale does not obstruct them.
ANOTHER USE OF REVERSE OSMOSIS!
In addition to using reverse osmosis water with the humidifier, it is also advised if a water softener is present. These devices don't actually remove calcium and magnesium from the body; instead, they convert them to sodium, which can be hazardous at times. Plants are unable to reach their genetic potential if sodium levels are above 50 ppm.
IS RO WATER GOOD FOR HUMIDIFIER?
The humidifier will not work if the water is from the tap or from a well. Heavy minerals, hydrocarbons, and pesticides can all be found in both, making breathing difficult. Not to mention that it endangers your and your family's health.
Why would we breathe pesticides in if we wouldn't drink them?
While filtered water is an excellent alternative, it still has the potential to transmit dangerous contaminants into the air. If you don't clean the humidifier's reservoir properly, the risk increases. Molds and germs, for example, could thrive and spread throughout the space, producing long-term health issues. Purified or distilled water, according to the EPA, is the safest and most effective supply for humidifiers, providing cleaner air and less accumulation in the machine.
In the case of bottled water, we frequently have no idea where the water comes from. Bottled water, on the other hand, generates a lot of waste. With filtered water in your humidifier, you can avoid guessing and recycling.
PROTECT THE HUMIDIFIER
Although there are many reasons to pick filtered water for your health, one of the most significant ones is for the sake of your humidifier. By doing so, you can really extend its life! Humidifiers with impellers or ultrasonic technology are particularly prone to projecting minerals from tap or filtered water into the air, causing scale accumulation within the humidifier. These deposits not only encourage the growth of bacteria, but they also clog your humidifier, reducing its efficiency over time. As a result, using water that has been filtered of minerals and contaminants reduces the risk of scale build-up.
When it comes to taking care of yourself and your humidifier, NETSOL RO water is a no-brainer. Not only is NETSOL the greatest option for drinking water or business or industry, but because it's been purified using a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system, you won't have to worry about crusty buildup in your humidifier.