Humidifall LLC, creator of custom indoor waterfall humidification systems, introduces two new lines of standard products, the In-Wall and the Transparent Systems. With new manufacturing technology, streamlined supply relationships, and mass customization for any decor, Humidifall's beautiful, energy-efficient humidification systems are now available in standard sizes for residential consumers, commercial designers, dealers, and distributors.
The company announced today the introduction of these new easy-to-apply products, including five models of the In-Wall System, which have been the most popular within the residential market, and five models of the Transparent System, which not only make decorative room dividers, but, because of the increased surface area of water flowing down each side of the glass panel, they can maintain ideal humidification within spaces as large as 400,000 cubic feet.
Achieving optimal IAQ is a priority for human health and strategic preservation of fine materials, which is recognized by government, health experts, doctors, and allergists. According to industry experts, maintaining 40% relative humidity reduces the effects of contaminants in the air. Humidifalls achieve ideal relative humidity with the least amount of energy, and they clean the air because of their negative-ion capture performance.
Jim Wilson, President of Humidifall LLC said, "We've been making custom humidification systems for 10 years, but now we've created the manufacturing systems and a standard product line, making our products easy to specify and install. This essential appliance improves environments and improves people's lives.
Since we now have a standard product line and dealers across the United States, our systems are more affordable for everyone, even for very large commercial installations when optimal humidity is a priority."
For over a decade, Humidifall has been the industry leader in the design and delivery of water wall humidification control systems to improve indoor air quality and human comfort. Founded in 1998 by brothers Jim and Russ Wilson, the Missouri-based company has established itself as the technology innovator in humidity control for home, business, and industrial applications.