Optimal indoor climate with Stylies
Air humidification is a complex topic and there is a variety of technologies on the international markets. Each technology has its advantages and disadvantages, and some appliances are better suited for domestic use than others. The following overview is intended to help you find the right technology and the most suitable model for your needs. The quantity of water that air can hold depends on its temperature. The reason is that cold air can hold less water than warm air. When cold air is heated, its relative humidity falls well below the optimum of 45-55%. When the outdoor air is -10 °C for example, every 1 cubic meter air can hold max. 2 g of water. At this stage, the relative humidity is 100%.
|Relative humidity =||Actual water content in the air: 2 g||= 100 %|
|Max. water content in the air: 2 g|
Relative humidity is crutial. A low relative humidity means dry air.
|Temperature||-10 °C||10 °C||20 °C|
|Actual water content in the air||2g||2g||2g|
|Max. water content in the air||2g||10g||20g|