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Venta Airwashers

VentaAir that feels good must be properly humidified.
Heated air dries out the mucous membranes, weakening your resistance to viral infections. Overheated dry air makes you feel tired and listless. Your skin dries out, your plants suffer and your wooden furniture starts to show cracks.

Indoor dust and pollen put a strain on the respiratory tract.
Dry indoor air is difficult to clean; every movement causes millions of particles to be stirred up and become airborne. However, humidification keeps a large number of airborne particles down on the floor; making the “two-in-one humidifier/purifier” more effective than air purifiers alone. The Venta Airwasher humidifies the air while simultaneously drawing in and removing dust, pollen and other contaminating particles down to 10 microns in size from the air.
    How the Venta-Airwasher humidifier and purifier technology is unique:
  1. Dry indoor air is drawn into the appliance and passed through a disk stack rotating in water
  2. Air impurities and odors are trapped in the water and only pure water evaporates. The remaining airborne particles are "washed" out of the air
  3. Through the process of col evaporation, which is recognized as the best method, air is automatically humidified to the correct percentage. It cannot over-humidify, making the Venta-Airwasher ideal for year-round use

Venta Airwasher Accessories

Venta Airwasher Accessories

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