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A Centrifugal Humidifier is a device used to increase the relative humidity in grow rooms from 100m2 to 150m2 easily thanks to how strong it is. These devices are incredibly useful; if you don’t keep the humidity in your grow room at a certain level, your plants may have issues growing properly and they may end up not producing much or catching some sort of illness.
These humidifiers can release around 4-5L of water per hour, and it does so incredibly efficiently thanks to the small fan that’s on the top. The tank can hold 4 liters and it also has a water inlet with a security lock; the water entrance pressure must be less than 5kg. You can remove the tank if you wish.
In order to use a humidifier correctly, it will first need to be attached to a tank or a water source – if possible, osmosis or filtered water in order to avoid lime buildup. You’ll need to place it centered to one side of the room, away from your plants and electrical equipment. You’ll also want to move it around every now and then if possible so that the humidity doesn’t end up building up in one place. You can also use a couple of fans if you want, although it does well enough on its own.