Humidification devices are used to compensate the moisture lost by food products stored in cold storage over time. Moisture taken from the product causes icing on the evaporator surface over time. With the defrosting process, this moisture is discharged from the room through the drainage system.
Humidification systems are required in order not to impair product quality during storage by preventing moisture loss. The humidifier atomizes the water and sprays it into the room with the help of a fog-shaped fan.