HumidiClean, with its remarkable ionic bed technology, collects deposits on its ionic bed inserts instead of tank walls or heating elements. As a result, it operates efficiently longer, its tank stays cleaner longer, and it maintains nearly maximum output throughout its service life.
Ionic beds are made of a fibrous medium that attracts solids from the water as its temperature rises. This minimizes the buildup of solids on inner tank walls and heating elements. So you have a humidifier that stays clean except, of course, for the ionic beds. And once they have absorbed their capacity of solids, the humidifier alerts you that it’s time to change them. It takes about 15 minutes, and it’s absolutely hassle-free.
Most humidifiers drain every 20–45 minutes because of carbonate buildup. HumidiClean’s ionic beds attract these carbonates from the water, so the primary reason to drain the tank is to eliminate sodium. Since this is typically necessary only once every 12 hours, the unit wastes much less hot water, thereby saving energy dollars.
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Posted on Mon, December 1, 2014
by Campbell-Sevey filed under