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For optimal health, relative humidity levels of 30 to 50% are advised. Extreme conditions, such as dry heat or excess moisture, make this difficult. A humidifier is used to raise the humidity level in the air, whereas a dehumidifier is used to lower the humidity level. A hygrometer can be used to determine whether a humidifier or dehumidifier is needed by measuring the humidity in a specific area.
Maintaining the proper humidity level in your home can be difficult. Depending on how dry or damp the air is throughout the year, you may need to use a humidifier or dehumidifier for increased comfort.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
When the air is excessively dry, humidifiers add moisture. In the winter, humidifiers are widely used to combat the dryness of the air.
When the air is overly humid, a dehumidifier removes the moisture. During the spring and summer, dehumidifiers are employed. Dehumidifiers are commonly used to treat seasonal allergies and to alleviate the sticky, stale sensation that can occur when humidity levels are high.
Humidifier or Dehumidifier?
The relative humidity of a location determines whether a humidifier or dehumidifier should be used. 35 to 50 % humidity is considered healthy. Dehumidifiers and humidifiers are used to help achieve the desired humidity levels in a room. Choose according to the room temperature of your home, office, or industrial usage.
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