In order to replicate the natural world within a botanical garden environment, it is essential to artificially raise the level of humidity.
This is easily achieved using a dry fog humidification system in which the water droplets produced are sufficiently fine enough to evaporate and in turn raise the humidity levels in the building. The use of an ultrasonic atomising system produces droplets of nominal 5mm dia. Droplets of this diameter will float, and stay in the air until evaporation takes place. As the droplets do not fall to the ground, 100% of the water used is dissipated into the atmosphere avoiding wet floors and hence potential hazards to staff and public.
Measurement is effected using a humidistat capable of accurate control when high levels of humidity are required. A simple on/off signal is all that is required to initiate the system spraying until the desired rH is achieved.