humidify


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Synonyms for humidify

make (more) humid

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None of these applications, however, has attempted to extract water vapor from a flue gas stream to humidify air.
The key to this device's ability to warm and humidify gases at high flow rates while producing and maintaining body humidity, is that "C-Force Technology"-the heart of the system.
The plants within them humidify and cool the air in hot weather.
Bundling up, staying warm, and using a face mask or scarf over the mouth to warm and humidify the air being breathed in can help ward off symptoms.
Covered with a moist membrane, turbinates humidify and warm air going into the lungs and dehumidify air on its way out, thus cutting down on water loss.
Nurses experienced upper respiratory distress and burning eyes after the corrosion inhibitors cyclohexylamine and morpholine were added to boiler water used to humidify the wards.
It can humidify inert, corrosive, and flammable gases, such as hydrogen and oxygen, at a wide range of flow rates.
When higher flows of oxygen are administered to patients by means of mechanical ventilation, the upper respiratory tract is bypassed entirely and there is no opportunity for the body to heat and humidify the incoming gas.
For one thing, consumers who want the benefits of moister air in their home want to humidify a larger area of the house than they can with a tabletop unit.
Indeed, OSHA's findings are that there are adverse health hazards associated with poor IAQ including an assortment of ailments such as "sensory irritation, respiratory allergies, asthma, humidify fever, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and Legionnaires' Disease" to name just a few.
For more than three centuries, physicians and others assumed this mist served only to humidify and warm the incoming air.
We offer consumers an effortless, safe and healthy way to humidify their homes.
The unit has a 10-gallon maximum output and can humidify 2,500 square feet of space.
Cold-climate mammals like polar bears are equipped with large snouts that preheat and humidify each breath before cold inhaled air reaches the body's interthoracic region," explains McCormick, who developed the product.
The firm's space-saving, 6-gallon Moisture Max Natural Moisture Console Humidifier is designed to humidify an entire house, up to 2,355 square feet.