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One of the best things to happen to indoor air quality in the last few years is the introduction of the humidifiers. Vented models are great for controlling humidity with the addition of a valve and fan.
There are a variety of types of ventilated humidifiers, but the most common of these is the venturi-style humidifier. The venturi, or air intake, is a hole that is sized so that air can be drawn into the humidifier. Venting is done by turning the fan on, so when it does not need to be, it sucks the water that was originally in the air out.
Venting is a simple process that requires no electricity and is a fairly inexpensive process. Most humidifiers use a heating element that keeps the air in the humidifier warmer than the ambient room air. The vent is placed at the junction of the air intake and the fan, and the air is drawn through and around the heating element. The heated air is then pulled back through the humidifier and returned to the room. If the humidifier is not ventilated, humidifiers will overheat and fail.
Venting humidifiers is one of those things that you hear about from time to time, but I’ve never actually seen it work. Venting humidifiers can actually be dangerous. If the humidifier leaks, it can cause heat and air to rush to the room, which can cause fires. On a humidifier with a heating element that has a heat sensor, the heater could burn out and prevent the humidifier from cooling.
Venting humidifiers are not a new problem. They were used for many years to keep the room warm during hot days, and then they were used to maintain humidity levels in the room. But the technology for venting humidifiers has improved tremendously over the last decade or so, which has led to many humidifiers now being designed to vent, not to humidify, which is a much safer method.
Venting humidifiers do have a few drawbacks, but they are not really that dangerous as long as you don’t overheat your humidifier.
But venting humidifiers are a problem in the wrong place. If you want to keep the room warm for an extended period, you should either keep the humidity levels low or close the windows in the room (and that means turning off the air vents). But if you want to keep humidity levels low, the only thing that will keep the room warm for an extended period is a humidifier.
Not to say that humidifiers are not dangerous, but I can’t think of any reason why venting humidifiers are not a very bad idea. Venting can cause an air leak which can cause damage to your house, the air conditioner, and the furnace. To do this, you have to vent the humidifier and then the vent has to be shut off. That can cause a problem if the vent is on the opposite side of the room.