The demand for energy-efficient solutions is shaping the dynamics of several markets. One of the markets that will be significantly driven by this trend is the North America indoor humidifier market. The increasing awareness of consumers about the health benefits of indoor humidifiers is driving the overall indoor humidifier market in North America. Furthermore, the rising awareness about the benefits of energy-efficient products is further adding to the demand for energy-efficient humidifiers.
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Rising Demand for Energy-efficient Indoor Humidifiers from Consumers and Contractors
From a consumer’s perspective, indoor humidifiers help improve comfort levels in their homes and energy-efficient humidifiers help them reduce their power bills, in addition to accruing state-sponsored financial incentives in many Western countries. Furthermore, consumers have increasingly become conscious about the impact the use of electronics can have on the environment and are looking for energy-efficient electronics such as humidifiers that will help them reduce their personal impact on the environment.
However, it is not just individual consumers that are driving the demand for energy-efficient products in the North America indoor humidifier market. Contractors in North America are also in need of solutions that humidify or dehumidify buildings while saving energy. However, manufacturers in the North America indoor humidifier market are still working on developing technologies that humidify buildings in an energy-efficient manner.
Key Energy-efficient Technologies used in Humidifiers
Here are some of the technologies companies are using in indoor humidifiers to help save energy.
Centrifugal Humidifiers: In these indoor humidifiers, water is sprayed at low pressure against a spinning disc to harness the centrifugal force to atomize the water. Centrifugal humidifiers offer several advantages such as low initial cost and low operating cost. Centrifugal humidifiers are energy-efficient and most suited for humidification in small industrial spaces.
Cold-water Humidification Systems: These systems use sensible heat of the air stream to bring about the evaporation of water, which results in conversion of sensible heat to latent heat. These systems cool the air as they humidify it. As these systems use excess building heat as an energy source for humidification, they are considerably more energy-efficient.
Ultrasonic Humidifiers: These systems operate by means of a transducer that is placed in a shallow water bath. High-frequency electricity is converted to mechanical oscillation by the transducer. This causes droplets of water to break away from the surface and become airborne. Ultrasonic indoor humidifiers are more energy-efficient than steam or centrifugal humidifiers.
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Players in the market that offer the most innovative, integrated, and energy-efficient indoor humidifier products will thrive in the coming few years. At present, energy efficiency has become a major factor for systems in new construction, service, or replacement. Key players in the North America indoor humidifier market are focusing on offering products that make a difference in the operating costs, which are relative to energy use.