DriSteem’s Low-maintenance Humidification System Wins Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2016 Product of the Year Award

DRI-STEEM Corporation’s (DriSteem) Low-maintenance Humidification System, which significantly extends intervals between humidifier maintenance, was selected for a product of the year award by the print and digital audience of Consulting-Specifying Engineer. This unique system will be displayed at the 2017 AHR Expo, at DriSteem booth C2715.


The Low-maintenance Humidification System combines two DriSteem products—the Vapormist® electric humidifier and the 200 series reverse-osmosis water treatment system—in a single package, working together to provide near-zero-maintenance steam humidification for indoor environments. The steam humidifier and water-treatment system are assembled as a fully integrated system with single-point power and water-supply connections and integrated drain-water tempering. Since the system is completely unified, it can be specified simply as a humidification system—no need to alter plumbing or electrical sections of the project spec.


Finalists were selected from a large field of products by a panel of qualified engineers and building professionals who specify products and systems for nonresidential facilities. The winning products were then selected by the print and digital audience of Consulting-Specifying Engineer. Winners of the 12th annual Consulting-Specifying Engineer Product of the Year awards included electrical and power systems and technologies, HVAC systems, lighting and lighting controls, plumbing and water management, and a host of other cutting-edge products.


“Our low-maintenance humidification system is the only one of its kind on the market today – a fully integrated humidification and water treatment system,” said Steve Felber, DriSteem Product Manager. “This near-zero maintenance system will significantly reduce the lifetime humidifier tank maintenance burden and cost especially where frequency and complexity of humidification system maintenance are a big concern.”

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