If you are a newborn babe in the world of breezy appliances, you may want to learn how to make a humidifier with a fan. Many of the best fans, after all, do not include a humidification function, and dry heat is the worst. So why combine a fan with a humidifier, and how do you make one of these contraptions? Keep reading to find out.
If you are learning how to make a misting fan, you know that fan-assisted moisture helps cool down the ambient temperature of a room. So it makes sense to combine a fan with some sort of humidifier, especially when learning how to position fans to cool a room. Even cooler? Many DIY humidifier/fan hybrid designs don’t require additional power beyond the fan if you are wondering how to run a ceiling fan without electricity.
Try to use only fresh water for this process. Otherwise, foul odors could accompany the humidification.
The process here is rather simple and perfect for DIYers, even if it doesn’t teach you how to fix a noisy ceiling fan.
STEP 1 Make Some Ice
STEP 2 Place the Fan and Bucket of Ice
STEP 3 Strain the Water and Enjoy
STAT: The transducer in a humidifier is responsible for creating a cold mist. It works by vibrating at a very high (ultrasonic) frequency. (source)