Unwind and relax with the therapeutic fragrance of your favorite essential oil in this all in one Himalayan salt lamp diffuser. Enjoy the soft calming glow of pure Himalayan salt gently heated to produce negative ions that can help reduce dust and allergens in the air. The perfect aroma diffuser for any room in your home, gym, spa, yoga studio or office. Simply put a few drops of your favorite essential oil in the large 500mL water tank and choose between 3 timer settings of 2, 4 or 6 hours on this air diffuser. Furthermore, select between 2 levels of mist strength and 2 levels of salt lamp brightness. The salt lamp uses a low blue bulb that works perfect as a sleep friendly night light. The ultimate all in one solution for relaxation and wellness!
Compared to salt therapy, at-home humidifying technology is built on new science. Using vaporized moisture to treat respiratory illness has been around since the 1920s, however, (and a fact surprising to most people with a humidifier at home) its effectiveness not conclusively supported.
The salt micro particles penetrate deep into the lungs to clean, humidify and reduce inflammation. Salt fluidizes mucous, reducing edema from the mucosa lining the airways, while anti-bacterial properties reduce bacteria in your respiratory system and improve wellbeing.
Salin Plus Salt Therapy is a dry device! No water wells, no boiling water, no steam and no washing or sterilising needed. It delivers only tiny particles of dry, pure salt aerosol while cleansing the air of 98% of airborne pollutants at the same time.
As we know, moisture feeds the microorganisms we do not want in our homes and air. Mold and bacteria can irritate and compound respiratory illness, and prolonged exposure can have very serious consequences, felt most severely by children. The Salin Plus device is easy to maintain and due to the use of dry, ionic salt it has no corrosive effects on the furniture and surfaces surrounding it.
The Salt Air Pod is an ultrasonic particle dispenser that uses ultrasonic frequency vibration to transform saline solution into 1-5 micron salt particles. These micro particles are a salt mist that are dispersed into the air.
Should you require replacement salt for your salt pod, you can source locally Himalayan rock salt (which is mercury free), or you can purchase a spare supply from our store (available in 250g or 600g packets).
The device is essentially a humidifier which can be used with salt water, and is placing an insignificant amount of humidity into your room (131mL/hour when set to maximum). This means no mould or dampness will result from running the unit. For the purposes of using this as a salt pod, we recommend that you run it with the dial set to somewhere between 6pm (16 dots) and 7.30pm (19 dots) (25mL/hr to 33mL/hr). With time, you will get to work out the best setting for you which could be less than these settings.
Manufacturers often suggest we use distilled water and clean all the buildups out every so often. It is rarely heard that you should add something into a humidifier. But there is one exception: you will need to put salt in a humidifier under certain circumstances.
While it seems to be odd, it is a regular operation when using a specific type of humidifier. So why should you put salt in a humidifier, and how to do it? You will find the answer you need in this post.
Many humidifiers will heat the water and then evaporate the steam to humidity the air. We often call them warm mist humidifiers, warm steam humidifiers, or vaporizers. Among these warm mist humidifiers, some will heat the water through carbon electrodes connected to the electricity supply. Distilled water is not very conductive, and the current flowing between electrodes is small, making it is hard to provide heat for water. By adding some salt to the water, the conductivity will be improved by letting water molecules move freely. Accordingly, more heat will be available to boil the water, and more steam will come out from the humidifier. Aside from that, the boiling point will rise a bit.
In addition, the salt will become a part of the buildup at the end, which would clog the humidifier gradually. It also could become a breeding ground for molds and bacteria, which could pose risks to your health.
Therefore, stick to distilled water and clean it regularly if you have a cool-mist humidifier. How to add salt to a humidifier?Putting salt in a humidifier is just like a walk in the park. Just follow the steps in this section, and you are all set.
Usually, manufacturers will recommend how much salt you should add. The best bet is to check the manual. I advise you to test it before adding any salt because tap water in some areas contains sufficient impurities for a vaporizer to work.
Not every type of humidifier needs salt. You should only put salt in a humidifier that utilizes carbon electrodes to make steam. Adding salt to a cool-mist humidifier may even cause adverse effects. When adding salt to a humidifier, the salt will increase the conductivity of water and make the humidifier easier to produce vapor.
Dry argon is used as an ICP nebulizer gas to generate an aerosol and transport the sample to the plasma. However, samples containing high amounts of total dissolved solids (TDS) increase the likelihood of salt deposits forming at the tip of the nebulizer and injector, which can result in a failed analysis due to a drift in signal or an extinguished plasma. In order to handle a challenging sample matrix like one high in TDS, it is important to optimize the inductively coupled plasma (ICP) sample introduction system. This includes choosing a nebulizer with the ability to handle high TDS, a baffled cyclonic spray chamber to minimize droplet size and a large-bore injector to allow for longer run times. For best performance, the nebulizer gas can be humidified before it comes in contact with the sample, decreasing the likelihood of salt deposits forming at the nebulizer and injector tip. Adding an argon humidifier will reduce maintenance and the chance of an extinguished plasma due to a blocked nebulizer or injector.
As mentioned above, it is important to select the proper nebulizer when dealing with high TDS. The SeaSpray and DuraMist concentricstyle nebulizers are well-suited for handling high dissolved solids. A self-washing tip on the SeaSpray tolerates up to 20% for the most common salts. The DuraMist is a PEEK nebulizer capable of handling up to 30% TDS and is resistant to hydrofluoric acids (HF).5
With respect to the ICP torch injector tube, a larger bore (>2.0 mm i.d.) is recommended for high-TDS applications. Since the torch outer tube often suffers rapid devitrification, a demountable torch design such as the Glass Expansion D-Torch is suggested since it reduces torch consumable costs.6 Increasing the auxiliary argon flow will lift the plasma higher off the injector, slowing salt buildup at the injector tip. Extended rinses in between each sample are also recommended. However, lengthy rinses can be avoided by adding Elegra since it provides the greatest decrease in the rate of salt buildup at the injector tip.
The compact Elegra argon humidifier helps alleviate salt deposits in ICP nebulizers and torch injectors, allowing uninterrupted and maintenance-free operation. Efficient membrane technology eliminates the need for a pressurized water reservoir, heating and electric power. Inert, metal-free construction eliminates the possibility of contamination. An easy-to-use bypass switch allows the humidifier to be taken off-line without disconnecting any argon lines and the Elegra Dual channel model provides the ability to humidify both the nebulizer gas and a dilution gas simultaneously.
But that's not all you get with this model: it also features a pretty display of multi-coloured lights (which gradually change the perceived colour of the mist and the salt rocks on top from their initial white and slightly orange to pink, and then to green, blue, purple, and red) and can emit soothing aromas, if you use essential oils with it.
Looking to add some humidity to your space while also enhancing the overall ambiance? Our Natural Crystal Salt Humidifier is the perfect solution. This humidifier uses natural Himalayan salt crystals to release negative ions into the air, helping to improve air quality and reduce dryness. It is easy to use, simply add water and plug it in to start enjoying the benefits. The warm glow of the lamp adds a calming and soothing touch to any room. Not only is this humidifier functional, it is also a beautiful and natural decorative piece. Try it out and experience the difference it can make in your home or office.
Breathing water and salt suppresses the generation of respiratory droplets, and potentially reduces COVID-19 incidence and symptoms, researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), Massachusetts General Hospital, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have found.
In a second study, a preliminary ecological regression study of COVID-19 cases in the United States between January 2020 and March 2021, the authors found a correlation between exposure to elevated airborne salt concentration in locations along the U.S. Gulf and Pacific coastlines with strong inland-oriented wind patterns and suppression of COVID-19 incidence and deaths per capita relative to inland counties by approximately 25% to 30%. The researchers accounted for ten potential confounding environmental, physiological, and behavioral variables.
Himalayan rock salt Aroma Diffuser: Electronic humidifier based on ultrasonic technology for diffusing essential oils/aroma oils. It's a perfect way to humidify and aromatise your space throughout day and night. Use at home, office, retail shops, hotels, resorts, and so on. 2b1af7f3a8