Controllable steam humidifier can use mains water

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Condair’s CP3 electrode steam humidifier, available from Walter Meier, can be used with normal drinking water. Two sizes cover the entire performance spectrum — making system planning, unit selection and maintenance very straightforward. Up to four units can be combined to give a total output of 180 kg/h, with the ability to program output down to the last kilogram. To minimise water consumption, de-scaling is matched to the quality of the water. The steam cylinder is optimised to make the beset use of the water conductivity and can be replaced in just a few minutes. A multiple-line liquid-crystal display indicates all operating parameters. The integrated keypad includes step-by-step guides so that even inexperienced users can quickly reconfigure the system. These humidifiers feature e-Links, enabling full integration with a BMS via Modbs, LonWorks or BACnet networks.
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