Thursday, March 05, 2015
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Low-load homes struggle with summertime humidity more than conventional homes, and the Northeast isn’t getting any less tropical. Let’s get ready. We will consider how latent and sensible loads differ for low-load homes, how to calculate required equipment performance, and what our equipment options are.
After reviewing the basics of the psychrometric chart, we’ll use it as our playbook, loading it with zippy-looking graphics galore. We will also present monitoring from recently built low-load homes.
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