Air Humidifiers

Humidifier 2000 – Natural evaporation

With automatic humidity control

What’s the best humidifier for your baby or child’s small bedroom? The Philips Humidifier series 2000 uses NanoCloud natural evaporation technology to keep the air in your home comfortable.
ideal for small rooms
Ideal for small rooms and nurseries
99 percent
Spreads 99% less bacteria vs. ultrasonic humidifiers*
NanoCloud technology with natural evaporation process
easy to clean
Easy to clean

Fine mist spreads less bacteria


Water droplets can spread bacteria through the air. Ultrasonic humidifiers are more susceptible to this than evaporative humidifiers because the larger size of their water droplets holds more bacteria.


However, Philips’s Nanocloud technology prevents this by using a natural evaporation process that draws in dry air and then adds fine water molecules. The result is 99% less bacteria in the air than with ultrasonic humidifiers!

smart humidity control

Automatic controls and humidity levels


To maintain constant humidity – at the level you feel most comfortable with – we designed automatic technology that monitors and adjusts operation. So you can choose between 40%, 50% or 60% humidity. 

Just fill with tap water. It’s that easy! When the water tank is empty, the humidifier automatically shuts off. Cleaning is also easy – and there is no need to descale. 

no space or white dots

No more wet spots or white dust


Thanks to the NanoCloud natural evaporation technology used in the Philips Humidifier series 2000 – coupled with 360⁰ humidification – you no longer need to worry about wet spots or white mineral deposits on your furniture. 

Where to buy a Philips Air Humidifier 2000 series?

NanoCloud technology with natural evaporation process
Spreads 99% less bacteria than leading ultrasonic humidifiers*
Prevents wet spots and white dust on furniture
Automatic humidity settings, shuts off automatically
Quiet mode with low-lighting for bedtime
Suggested retail price: $169.99
*Results are based on emission of the bacterium Pseudomonas Fragi (a simulant for a relevant pathogen) directly from clean units and clean filters, after 1,6 and 24 hours of continuous use, varying in water consumption from 30 to 120 ml/hr, using sterilized water spiked with said bacterium. Measurements were conducted using a 1 m3 (35 cuft) chamber refreshed at 560 L/min (148 gpm). Bacteria introduction into the air in the room depends on many factors such as room size or configuration.