Flow-through water spray humidifiers have in common that the amount of water atomized within the airflow is only slightly above the water flow required for humidification. The small proportion of water that has not evaporated is not recycled and atomized again, but discharged into the sewage system.
The injection system of the humidifier is therefore always operated with fresh water according to the continuous flow principle. In combination with our ingenious design and the exclusive use of microbially inert materials, a consistently hygienic, flawless operation is thus ensured.
Our low-pressure system Netvap® is specially designed for use with low humidification performance and constant operating conditions. For the most part, this system is therefore used in adiabatic exhaust air cooling, whereby installation in the duct with its own post-evaporation unit is possible, as well as in direct combination with a heat exchanger.
Netvap® can be individually adapted to all system sizes and is always a humidifier exactly according to your needs. The performance can be individually adjusted by the number of installed valve units and optimized to customer requirements. This ensures efficient and cost-effective humidification at all times.
100 -2,000,000 m³/h
Air volume flow is individually adjustable
Without a pump
directly from the supply pressure
Ideal for adiabatic exhaust air cooling
- Pressure range: 3 to 5 bar
- Pump type: No separate pump, pre-pressure from VE water network
- Nozzle type: Swirl nozzle without closing function
- Low cleaning effort to maintain hygienic operating conditions
- The water meter for determining the proportion of lost water
- Up to 5 control strands for performance optimization in partial-load operation
Areas of application for continuous spray humidifiers, designed as low-pressure humidifiers
- Particularly economical with low moisture content (0.1 to 1.0 g/kg)
- Adiabatic exhaust air cooling, optionally directly in combination with the customer’s heat exchanger
- Installation in the existing housing of a ventilation system, empty chambers provided by the ventilation device manufacturer, or optionally in a stainless steel housing from Lavair