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Museum Air Quality and HVAC Design Part 3: Condensation Prevention

Posted by Nick Chiarelli on Apr 9, 2018 11:48:25 AM

HVAC Equipment and Tricks For Condensation Prevention

HVAC design for museums in cold weather climates often requires an attention to detail that's typically not necessary when humidification is not a factor.

Because cold, dry, outdoor air must be heated and humidified prior to discharging into the gallery space, and because exterior windows and mullions have the potential to get colder than the space dew point, special care needs to be taken to ensure that condensation does not form on these elements.

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Topics: hvac equipment, hvac condensation, Museum HVAC Design

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