Less expensive and more durable than an electric humidifier, a natural gas humidifier offers precise adjustments to humidity levels through decentralization of vapor supplied to a building.
Lower your energy bill by combining performance with efficiency as the natural gas humidifier is less expensive than the electric one.
Natural gas is easy to use and the right equipment can improve performance significantly. In addition, natural gas allows us to realize substantial savings compared to fuel-oil or electricity.
Jean-Yves Cloutier, CHUS’s Head of Facilities Management
Chart comparing annual energy costs1 equivalent to 11,804 m3 (100% heating) which represents energy consumption for a hospital.
Ideal for public buildings, the natural gas humidifier is a decentralized, multi-purpose humidifying system on the cutting edge of technology that can produce pure moisture in any building’s ambient air.
Several businesses have decided to choose natural gas as an energy source to reduce their energy costs and reinvest the money saved to improve their competitiveness.
The Fleurimont Hospital, now part of CHUS, was built in the 1960s and converted to natural gas in the 80s. At the time, the goal of the conversion was simply to save money and reduce pollution. The hospital centre, aided by invaluable subsidies, naturally turned towards natural gas.
3. According to the prices in effect from November 1, 2019 to October 31, 2020. Based on Énergir rates and those of Hydro-Québec approved by the Régie de l’énergie; takes into account base electric consumption and rack price of oil with 2% sulfur including, in particular, transport, distribution and CATS.