The humidity level in a room strongly influences our well-being: if it is too low, our skin dries out – if it is too high, mould forms. The indoor climate system from Climeo has the room humidity under control for you.

An ideal indoor climate results from the interaction of room temperature, air quality and the humidity in a room. The term humidity refers to the proportion of water vapour in the ambient air: how large the amount of water is that can be absorbed by the air depends strongly on its temperature – cold air absorbs less water vapour than warm air.

Consequences of too high or low air humidity

According to standards, the room humidity should not fall below 30%; if this value is not reached, irritation of the eyes, skin and mucous membranes may occur. A humidity content of over 40% would be optimal. Insufficient humidity can also lead to structural damage due to drying out. If the air humidity exceeds a value of more than 60%, this can lead to mould growth – which affects the health of the occupants and the structural fabric of a building.

Regulate humidity

In addition to air temperature and air quality, the Climeo ventilation system also measures humidity and intervenes whenever a limit value is exceeded. In everyday life, the actual humidity in occupied rooms is often above the ideal value – because every occupant releases water vapour into the ambient air when exhaling. In bathrooms and kitchens, additional moisture enters the air. In this case, the intelligent regulation of the indoor climate system supplies the room with the appropriate amount of air – thus lowering the humidity value. If the humidity level falls below 30%, the air discharge is reduced – Climeo always has your indoor climate under control.

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