How to Keep the Best Humidity Level for your Musical Instruments? See How Well Music Sorb Works for your Wood Instruments.Music Sorb looks like a typical desiccant, but it is much more. Keep your wood instrument in the perfect humidity range and we tested it.
On the other end of the RH scale, Music Sorb begins the adsorb process when the humidity exceeds 50% and accelerates the process, not to allow the moisture to be more than 60%. More, the buffering action performed by Music Sorb is constantly protecting the wooden structure of your musical instruments from stress caused by sudden relative humidity changes. An appropriate amount of Music Sorb in your musical instrument case or piano can thus help provide the best humidity level for musical instruments to keep it in tune and protected.
The Buffering Action on Relative Humidity by Music Sorb Technology.
The Summary Chart of relative humidity data collected in our tests.
Although Music Sorb graphing of statistics where we show the weekly measurement of humidity can be a bit difficult to assess, the graph to the right is a summation of all the statistical measurements in an attempt to give the best visual expression of the results.
Here is what you are seeing.
The Gray Horizontal Line:
This line indicate the mean humidity for all the tests. This value was about 48% RH. This mean value is true for much of North America.
The Slanted Blue Line:
This is showing the range of outdoor humidity for the whole period. The values ranged from 30% to 80% RH.
The Slanted Orange Line:
This orange line shows the indoor humidity range for the whole period. The value of relative humidity in the rooms where the pianos were situated, ranged from 30% to 70% RH.
The Slanted Yellow Line:
This yellow line shows Music Sorb buffering action at work. Within the pianos or the case in which Music Sorb was placed, the relative humidity values ranged from 41% to 55%.
The benefit to pianos, guitars, violins, violas, cellos, and string bass is far less tuning and wood damage.