The DT Series ultrasonic humidifiers from Humidifirst are designed for use with air handling units and ventilation ductwork. Their unique discharge nozzles are reversible, allowing left or right sided access through existing ductwork.
Mist Pac Series
Humidifirst’s patented Mist Pac series of ultrasonic humidifiers are designed for space-saving humidification and replacement of steam canister humidifiers. Each unit is designed for simplicity of installation and maintenance. Just plug the electrical cord into a standard outlet, and turn the humidifier on. It’s as easy as “Plug ‘n Go!”
Mist Free Series
Humidifirst’s patented Mist-Free series of ultrasonic humidifiers are uniquely that… Mist-Free! Perfect for humidification needs where visible mist is objectionable, such as laboratories, small hospital equipment rooms, computer rooms, office areas, and low ceiling printing rooms.
Liebert Retrofit Series
The Liebert Retrofit replaces infrared and steam canister humidifiers inside Liebert 20 to 30 ton down-flow computer room air conditioners (CRAC’s). Liebert Retrofits use 1/12th the electricity of a steam canister humidifier and 1/15th the electricity of an infrared humidifier. This energy savings creates a very fast pay-back on the purchase price—about a year in many parts of the country.
Humidifirst is an American company that has been manufacturing ultrasonic humidifiers since 1993 and holds two patents; U.S. patent numbers 5,653,919 and 5,702,648. Humidifirst manufactures only ultrasonic humidifiers and, compared to all other companies, has the most experience with this humidifier technology. Humidifirst invented the ducted/AHU model ultrasonic humidifier design currently used by other major humidifier companies. Humidifirst also invented the only mist-less humidifier.
Humidifirst’s competitors are either foreign companies or USA subsidiaries of foreign companies, and they sell a variety of products other than ultrasonic humidifiers.
Humidifirst is committed to being the innovative leader in ultrasonic humidifier technology. As a result, we continually test our products to find ways to improve them. We use a large wind tunnel to simulate high and low velocity air patterns commonly found in field ventilation systems. This wind tunnel led to the development of Humidifirst’s unique DT Series discharge baffle, which can be field adjusted, allowing our ducted humidifiers to work exceptionally well in slow air speeds of 300 fpm or in fast air speeds up to 2000 fpm.