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Achieving effective humidity control

There are multiple factors that need to be taken into account when sizing a appropriate humidity control system. To ensure the system will meet the requirements, it is important to understand the room/process and the operational window so they can be matched with a corresponding system. Understanding any future requirements that will lead to an increase in latent load is also an important consideration as allowances can be made early on in the design process to ensure these future requirements can be met without incurring additional cost at a later point.

The key to successful outcome is taking the time to understand the room or process. In many cases critical processes that are highly susceptible to uncontrolled airborne moisture and sit within a larger facility can be compartmentalised, reducing the overall footprint of the area requiring precise humidity control.


The focus should always be around achieving the most efficient outcome that ensures the projects success.

How do we establish the optimal solution?

Each project is broken down into key points to provide a clear concise work up. Moisture loads are individually calculated to ensure sufficient system capacity is available. Performance simulations are always carried out at target ambient designs to demonstrate the true specific available moisture pick up capacity.

Establish ambient design based upon ASHREA Data
determine OPTIMAL target room condiiton - relative Humidity / dewpoint
ascertain room moisture loads
-Infiltration (structure/openings)
-Door usage
-People
-Product
-Fresh air
-Extract
Establish criticality and impact on downtime to determine if a N+1 solution  is required
Investigate if area SIZE CAN BE oPTIMISED 
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