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Economical  Ecological  Hygienic

Save energy in your office and industrial buildings



The Microniser atomiser sprays Water in droplets that are easily absorbed by the air. 

The water is fractionated into very thin droplets by passing through the cage in fast rotation.

This process is adiabatic because it does not require heating water. Water simply draws the energy necessary for its evaporation from the air, reducing its temperature. 

With Microniser, all injected water is absorbed by the airflow. There is therefore no recycling of water or stagnant water avoiding risks of algal or bacterial proliferation.

Without heating nor wasting water, Microniser meets every humidification demand with the minimal energy consumption. This process is very economical and limits the impact of air treatment on the environment.

The entire installation is also very compact while allowing a lot of flexibility in installation and use.



As an installer or maintainer of a humidification installation, you are responsible for the proper functioning, reliability of the systems and looking for an optimal solution to satisfy your customer. Tell us about your project by describing your air handling unit or the area to be humidified. We will show you the ideal humidifier type and related services.

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Trainings and Certifications are organized on request for installers and maintenance operators working with Microniser hardware.

During a half-day or full-day session, the following topics are covered in detail:

  • Humidity control and psychrometric calculation

  • Comparison of the humidification techniques

  • Good practices for the selection and sizing of the humidifier

  • Installation, on-site and workshop maintenance recommendations

  • Risk management and optimization of maintenance costs

  • Integrate the optimization of an existing humidification system into an energy performance contract

  • Online Monitoring and preventive maintenance

  • Exchange on field experiences

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