Proper operation of steam humidifiers includes proper handling of the condensate that is created while heating the metal surfaces. This week, we’ll provide some tips for handling humidifier condensate when...Read More
Water quality is an important concern when it comes to humidification. Regardless of what type of humidification you are using (isothermal or adiabatic), chances are you will need to add some degree of ...Read More
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
Ever hear the phrase, “It's not the heat, it's the humidity”?
In the commercial HVAC industry, we’d like to reshape that idiom to, “It’s not just the heating and the cooling, but also the amount of moisture in the air that impacts comfort, health, building materials, building content, medical procedures, and production processes and quality.”
But admittedly, that’s a mouthful.
Suffice to say that properly controlled humidification is an essential part of HVAC design, which is why we’ve decided to dedicate an entire series to the subject, starting with why we need to humidify spaces in the first place....Read More