The quality of your paper depends on humidity, which is why it is so important for your paper mill to have an adequate amount of moisture in the air.
Paper is hygroscopic, meaning it reacts to the humidity in the air by absorbing and releasing moisture from its environment. If the humidity levels are off-kilter, then your paper can shrink, curl, and will end up costing you damage. On the other hand, not enough moisture can cause your paper to dry out and break. Both ends of the moisture scale can lead to major problems when slitting and wrapping your paper.
That’s why we created our industrialized humidification systems. These systems help you control the temperature and humidity of your paper mill to keep production rolling.