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 a valuable shortcut for determining these load: Dristeem DriCalc selection program...Read More
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 part of our design.
Why is that so important? Because nearly every commercial building in the continental US is required (per DOE) to incorporate either an air- or water-side economizer. If your state hasn’t already incorporated the ruling into its commercial building code, it’s just a matter of time ...Read More
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 humidification load for a given building?
The basis of this calculation is the same, whether you intend on using natural, mechanical, or economizer cycle ventilation. Natural and mechanical ventilation methods are virtually the same, which is why....Read More