Air humidification and room cooling using water atomisation.
Here, the humidifying water is atomised into tiny droplets, or aerosols. The aerosols take the energy needed for conversion into a gas from the surrounding air, in the form of heat. This means the atomisation has a cooling (adiabatic) effect on the temperature of the room.
The electrical energy requirement is particularly low in this type of humidifier. Due to the energy-efficient generation of cooling power, the running costs for managing your room conditions can be kept very low.