What is Humidity? Can we see it? No, but can feel it. In hot atmospheric conditions, some parts of water evaporate, rise and mix with the surrounding air and create moisture in the air. That makes the humid climate. It may be high humidity or low humidity.
As researched hot places become more humid than cool places because hot air makes water vapors faster.
What is humidity in simple terms?
Whats Humidity? It is the amount of water vapor present in the air which evaporates due to hot air. If there is more water vapor in the air, the humidity will be high. If less water vapor then the humidity will be low.
The higher the humidity, the wetter it feels outside. And lower the humidity will feel dry.
Why Control Humidity?
Measuring and controlling our living space’s humidity is one of the most important things that keep our living space healthy and comfortable.
What is relative humidity explained?
Relative humidity (RH) is a calculation of how many water particles are in a water-air mixture. RH is a ratio of the humidity ratio of a particular water-air mixture compared to the saturation humidity ratio at a given temperature.
What is the difference between humidity and relative humidity?
Humidity is the water content of the mixture of water vapor and other elements found in the air while relative humidity is the percentage of water vapor in the air at a given temperature.
What happens when humidity is high?
When the air has a high moisture content, as is the case in humid weather, the sweat from the body cannot evaporate, leaving our bodies feeling hot and sticky, and feel uncomfortable. To overcome this situation we need a dehumidifier.
What happens when humidity is low?
Low humidity causes static electricity, dry skin, lips and hair, scratchy throats and noses, and itching and chapping.
Mucous membranes in the nose and throat dry out, increasing your discomfort and respiratory illness. With the use of a humidifier, we can overcome this situation.
What is a specific humidity level?
Humidity is the measure of the level of moisture vapor presents in the air around us. We can’t see these vapors but it still there. We can measure it with a hygrometer uses and the ideal relative humidity for health and comfort is somewhere between 30-50%.
How to do Humidity Measurement?
There are different devices to calculate humidity and temperature levels. Here are a few of them.
HTC-1 Humidity meter
This Digital Thermometer for Room temperature and humidity display is well built using durable hard plastic. Has a large LCD Display for easing reading values about time, Humidity, and Temperature with an in-built sensor.
Temp range: 10 degrees Celcius to 50 degrees Celcius
Humidity range: 10% to 99% RH.
It can be placed on a desktop as well as on wall hangings.
Inkbird ITH-20 Digital Thermometer
Inkbird ITH-20 Digital Thermometer is used for measuring what is humidity and temperature in the room. It has two parts LCD screens, one for a temp that shows current room temperature as well as low and high of the day.
And second LCD part shows room humidity. Which indicates Dry/Comfort/Wet conditions of the room.