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How To Remedy A “Cheap” Indoor Pool HVAC System

SUMMARY: Pools require 24/7 Temperature & Humidity Control. In many cases the heating and cooling is okay but the dehumidification is a problem. Using a small dehumidifier may be the best option as opposed to replacing the entire HVAC system. Unlike a space where comfort is the goal, an indoor pool is an environmental application, requiring constant attention 24 hours [...]

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Humidification 101

Engineered Air Solutions takes pride in our knowledge and product offering for humidity control. While we have dehumidifiers, this article is about adding humidity. Here are the basics: Canister type:  Probes in a plastic tube will arc and boil water at the probe. Pros: Low first cost, easy maintenance, modulating output, compact footprint Cons: Higher water usage, not good for [...]

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VAV Vs VVT For Zoning Systems

There are many reasons why zoning is required for any space. A two story home having two split systems is the simplest example: During the day, you put the upstairs in occupied setback (ie, 10 degrees cooler in the winter, 10 degrees warmer in summer) and at night it would be reversed. This logic increases energy savings and comfort. Zones [...]

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Getting To Know Refrigeration

As using refrigeration to cool spaces (or heat in the case of a heat pump), the better one understands some of the components, the better we can apply the right piece of equipment for the right application for trouble free operation.   Heat-Pump: Unlike a heating coil, burner, etc, a heat pump is an air conditioner running “backwards”; it is [...]

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Louver and Damper FAQ

Selecting Louvers and Dampers Many of us have been selecting Louvers and Dampers out of habit without remembering the basics and this little piece is a refresher. The purpose of the Louver is to have an aesthetically pleasing interface to allow air  into (or out of) the building while keeping “non-air out” (ie, birds, bugs, people), as opposed to a [...]

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Formulas and Rules of Thumb

smbh= 1.08 x cfm x delta T ACH (air changes/hr) = cfm x 60 / volume of space converting KW to BTU: 1 KW= 3415 btu= 3.415MBH converting KW/ton to EER: multiply by 12 (so 1kw/ton is a 12 EER) convert EER to KW/Ton: divide by 12 (so 12 EER= 1kw/ton) 400 cfm= 1 ton (typically 75/50%RH to ~55/55) 200 [...]

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