An ultrasonic humidifier, such as Tag 2, has a small metal plate that vibrates at an ultrasonic frequency. These vibrations convert water from the device into cold, visible mist. This mist is then blown into the air, increasing the humidity in the room.
+ A rapid increase in humidity
+ Safe, cold mist
+ Quiet in use
– Possible dispersion of mineral/lime dust*
*The use of an anti-bacterial limescale filter reduces bacterial growth and limescale deposits in the water tank and prevents limescale build-up.
Which humidifier is right for me?
In addition to the humidification method, there are a number of other specifications that you can take into account when purchasing a humidifier. Consider the mist emission, the amount of sound the device produces or any extras such as a built-in hygrometer. To make it easy for you, we compare all our humidifiers in the table below, so you can always choose the model that suits you best.
Suitable for rooms up to
Water tank contents
Influence of humidity
Sensation temperature is largely determined by air humidity, as water is an excellent transmitter of heat. When humidity is low (i.e. the air contains little water vapour), the human body loses heat more quickly, which means that the perceived temperature can be colder.
Want to save on your energy bill?
An absolute temperature of 19°C feels like only 17°C at 10-20% humidity, while it feels like 19°C at 60% humidity.
You can compare this with a sauna session – although this ritual leads you to believe that the temperature in the room is much higher, only the air humidity has risen. Higher air humidity therefore means that you can save on energy costs, while the temperature in the room remains the same (and not unimportantly pleasant).
How do I install my humidifier?
In the videos below, we show you step-by-step how to install your Beam (Mini) (2), Tag (2) or Motion humidifier, so you can have the right level of humidity in no time.