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10-point guide to specifying humidifiers

Humidity control specialist, Condair, has released an easy-to-follow 10-point guide to specifying humidifiers, aimed at HVAC consultants.

The document presents an overview of the most important elements in designing a humidification project. It covers topics such as AHU vs in-room strategy, psychrometrics, product sizing, technology selection, installation and hygiene management.

Dave Marshall-George, sales director at Condair, commented: “We are delighted to publish this accessible guide to humidification for specifiers and consultants. It comprehensively walks a designer through, from the initial psychrometric calculations, to considerations around commissioning and maintenance. It includes some very useful rules of thumb and will prompt a consultant to review important aspects of a project they may not have otherwise considered.”

The free document can be downloaded from Condair’s website at www.condair.co.uk/guide

Dave continues: “The illustrated guide covers humidification of both air handling units and direct room humidity control, comparing all types of humidifier technology. The comprehensive advice it presents is unbiased and has been developed from experience across thousands of projects by Condair’s expert sales and service teams.”

www.condair.co.uk

21 June 2021

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