Common sense misconception: air conditioning ≠ dehumidifiers should be professional in mold prevention and dehumidification
High humidity is very detrimental to the diffusion of indoor pollutants. "Experts say that when the relative humidity in indoor air increases significantly, the concentration of pollutants such as formaldehyde will also increase year-on-year. In addition, an increase in temperature will also exacerbate indoor pollution. Therefore, in hot and rainy summers, indoor environmental pollution will increase to varying degrees.
At present, the impact of humidity on the indoor environment has attracted some people's attention, many of whom use air conditioning for dehumidification. However, this does not fundamentally address the impact of excessive humidity. Firstly, in terms of dehumidification efficiency, the dehumidification capacity of air conditioners is only about 30% of that of household dehumidifiers, while the power consumption is five times that of the latter. Long term use can also damage the compressor and shorten the lifespan of the machine.
Secondly, air conditioning is generally fixed in living rooms, bedrooms, and other rooms, and the dehumidification effect is not significant for corners such as bathrooms and kitchens with high humidity. In addition, air conditioning dehumidification also has certain temperature requirements, which cannot be carried out below 28 ° C, which is of little help to some southern regions that are currently in the rainy season and have relatively low temperatures.
In view of this, people are turning their attention to a more professional dehumidification method - dehumidifiers. This product adopts advanced "condensation" technology, which can condense excess water vapor in the air into water droplets, which are collected and discharged by the water tank, thereby achieving the goal of reducing air humidity. In terms of functionality, the product has operation modes such as fast silent dehumidification and strong dehumidification, which can meet the comprehensive needs of users.
With the arrival of summer, temperature and humidity are also increasing day by day. In order to avoid discomfort caused by the scorching heat, many people consciously reduce the frequency of going out and turn the indoor environment into the main activity venue. In this regard, experts suggest that while avoiding heat, everyone should pay attention to indoor environmental protection, control indoor humidity and temperature, reduce pollutant concentration, and ensure that family and oneself have a cool and healthy summer.