The ultrasonic humidifier uses ultrasound to break down water molecules with a diameter of about 1-5um
and generate mist. The ventilation system discharges the broken water molecules into the dry air, where the required humidity is obtained during evaporation. Clearly visible, smooth and even mist escapes from the device. Thanks to this, it restores and maintains an appropriate level of humidity in the room, it is suggested to be at a level between 40-60%.
The construction of ultrasonic humidifiers is more complicated than steam or evaporative humidifiers, so it allows for more precise humidity control in the room.