Energy efficient pumps for air humidification
Maintaining proper air humidity is critical to human health and well-being. At the same time, humidification plays an increasingly important role in manufacturing processes to control electrostatic charges and dust and to ensure consistent temperatures in production and server rooms.
In a world with increasing focus on environmental issues you can now benefit from perfect indoor air humidity, stability in processes and cost competitive cooling with high-pressure, water mist humidification.
This new technology is rapidly gaining ground as a highly reliable and market leading energy efficient solution compared to traditional technologies.
Danfoss provides high pressure axial piston pump solutions for any humidification system and adiabatic cooling solution in residential, industrial, agricultural or high-tech applications.
Features and benefits
Ultra-clean technology, no oil needed
Best in class reliability
High energy efficiency, low CO2 emissions
Compact design, low weight
Long service life
Market leading Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
With up to 95% volumetric efficiency, the PAHT pumps reduce energy bills and lower CO2 emissions. The PAHT pumps are known for low pulsations, long service life and a compact design. Lubrication of the moving parts is provided by the water itself.
Danfoss PAHT pumps help regulate temperature and humidity in massive Russian greenhouse
Russia has increased domestic production of vegetables in recent years to decrease reliance on imports from the EU So to help keep residents of the St Petersburg region supplied with plenty of fresh cucumbers and tomatoes, Russian entrepreneurs commissioned a 70,000 m2 greenhouse southeast of the city in 2011 Dutch installers chose Danfoss PAHT pumps to drive the misting system that regulates temperature and humidity throughout the facility
Danfoss PAHT pumps at the heart of merlin technology’s innovative high-pressure humidifiers
When Johann Reisinger needed to control air humidity for engineering projects in Austria, he couldn’t find a humidification system that lived up to his exacting standards So he designed and built his own, using Danfoss PAHT axial piston pumps