The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is a higher education institution focused on finding cures for rare diseases such as Malaria, HIV, and TB. For this application, it is vital to have stable humidity control, in order to maintain consistent conditions in their laboratories.
However, their existing humidifier technology required regular drain intervals during operation, meaning the humidifiers remained in an idle state until the cycle had finished. This resulted in their mosquito laboratories losing the optimal humidity levels required for breeding. Fill out out the form and download our case study to find out how the Neptronic SKE4 humidifier improved the Liverpool Schools laboratory conditions.