So, what is the Piano Life Saver System? It is a system geared toward maintaining your piano’s humidity levels, giving you the satisfaction and peace of mind that your piano’s internal climate will remain consistent and constant, thus securing your piano’s excellent performance and over-all longevity.
The system is installed inside your piano (so it’s definitely hidden from prying eyes). Whether it’s a grand piano, baby grand, or upright piano, they still require 42% relative humidity on average, to survive.
Here is some basic information you need about the Piano Life Saver System:
How the Piano Life Saver System works
The Piano Life Saver System is manufactured gathering some of the best materials, to guarantee security and control for the internal environment and ideal humidity levels for your piano.
Pianos must always maintain their relative humidity and climate levels no matter how unstable the temperature, weather, or 'condition of the surrounding environment' may be.
The humidistat is calibrated to establish an environment separate from that of the piano. What results is a narrow range of average humidity. After the humidistat (which can be found half an inch away from the soundboard) is alerted the moment the wood becomes dry, the humidifier is automatically put to action. Once the humidifier detects that it has released an adequate amount of moisture towards the soundboard, the humidistat shuts down the humidifier and turns on the dehumidifier.
What the dehumidifier does is minimizes the moisture from the soundboard via air currents. This is done until the humidistat senses that the soundboard is dry. The system will again switch to the humidifying function, and the cycle continues on and on each time the humidity rises or falls. That’s the way the Piano Life Saver System works. You will be very thankful to have it installed in your piano.