The Totaline P110-1045 water panel is a replacement part for the Totaline P110-SBP2212, P110-SBP2312, P110-SBP2412 humidifiers.
The P110-1045 water panel is a replacement part for the following humidifiers as well:
- Aprilaire 110, 220, 500, 550 and 558 series humidifiers
- Bryant HUMBBSBP2213, 2312, 2412 and HUMBASBP2312 and 2412 series humidifiers
- Carrier HUMCCSBP2212, 2312, 2412 and HUMCASBP2312 and 2412 series humidifiers
- Honeywell HE220A/B and HE225A/B series humidifiers
- Lennox WB2-12 and WB3-12 series humidifiers
- Trane THUMD300ABA00B and THUMD500APA00B
When used with one of the corresponding humidifiers listed above, the P110-1045 water panel is designed to last one season. Depending on how many seasons you use your humidifier, will determine how many times a year your water panel will need to be changed. Those who solely humidify during the winter season will only need to change the water panel once per year.
*Important Note: The change rate also depends on the hardness of your water. If you live in an area with hard water you may need to change the P110-1045 water panel more than once a season.
The Honeywell P110-1045 water panel is sized at 9-1/2" x 9-3/4" x 1-1/2" to ensure proper fit and optimal performance.
What is a Water Panel?
A Humidifier Water Panel (sometimes referred to as a humidifier pad or humidifier filter) is the heart of your humidifier. It is made of layers of aluminum mesh with a porous, clay-like coating which allows the panel to soak up the water produced by the water distribution tray and turn it into humidity for your home. Without this porous material within the aluminum, the water would bead up on the metal and not be as effective at humidifying your home. As time goes on, the water starts to deteriorate the clay-like material and chunks begin to break off. Once you see signs of this wear, it is time for a change! Waiting to change your humidifier water panel after these signs can drastically effect the output of humidity your system produces!
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It is working. How do you recycle the old ones? Aluminum?