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Norm Hall, R.L. Deppmann and Chad Edmondson, J. M. Pleasants
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October 31, 2016
Recently, we discussed isothermal humidification. Today, we’re going to talk about the other method of humidification, which is called “Adiabatic.” Adiabatic humidification puts water (not steam)... READ MORE
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The past couple of blogs used the psychrometric chart and formula to calculate the loads in humidification buildings and processes. This week we look at... READ MORE
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Norm Hall, R.L. Deppmann and Chad Edmondson, J. M. Pleasants
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October 10, 2016
In many ways, Psychrometrics is like a Rubik’s Cube. Change one thing, and you automatically change something else. But instead of shifting colored cubes around,... READ MORE
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Now that we’ve learned how to calculate a basic humidification load, we need to understand how to do the same when an economizer cycle is... READ MORE
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How do we determine how much moisture should be added to the air for a given application? In other words, how do we calculate the... READ MORE
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Norm Hall, R.L. Deppmann and Chad Edmondson, J. M. Pleasants
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September 19, 2016
What is psychrometrics? It’s a big and intimidating word to be sure and the common definition, the study of the physical and thermodynamic properties of gas-vapor... READ MORE
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Norm Hall, R.L. Deppmann and Chad Edmondson, J. M. Pleasants
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September 12, 2016
Humidification is one of those areas where the terminology can often be a roadblock to understanding the topic. After all, we’re not all meteorologists! Since... READ MORE
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Norm Hall, R.L. Deppmann and Chad Edmondson, J. M. Pleasants
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September 5, 2016
Ever hear the phrase, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity”? It’s all about humidification in this Monday morning Minute series. In the commercial HVAC... READ MORE
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In the last couple Monday Morning Minutes, we showed how the type of humidifier dispersion method could affect the absorption distance. Let’s look at an example. Ex: 5000 CFM at 55OF Duct temperature to provide a room RH at 35% at 70OF with 50% outside air. [Read more…]... READ MORE
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Last week, we described the criteria that may affect absorption distance. This week we look at how your choice of humidifier dispersion assembles may affect that absorption distance. Call your R.L. Deppmann sales representative to assist you in selection of the best dispersion method for your application. [Read more…]... READ MORE
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