The cedar wood humidifying box is a closed chamber sitting on a non-porous surface with cedar wood sides and a polycarbonate lid. The box itself is formed by two ‘L’ shaped pieces for ease of handling and storage.
Cedar wood has useful properties; it's an insect repellent, suppresses mould and is highly porous.
A reservoir of water is provided inside the box by dampened capillary matting or fleece.
The object to be humidified can be placed on a screen over the reservoir or on a breathing membrane such as GoreTex® or one used in the building trade to go beneath the tiles to permit water vapour to escape.
The rate of humidification is slow, gentle and all-pervading because the cedar wood absorbs excess vapour.
Control of the rate of humidification is achieved by the amount of water sprayed onto the reservoir. The more water that is sprayed or dampening the dear wood walls, the quicker the humidification. For very slow humidification the reservoir can be omitted and the external surface of the cedar wood can be repeatedly sprayed with water which will pass through the wall and will be absorbed by the object within the chamber.
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