There is a growing realization that commercial buildings should necessarily have some form of humidity control to deliver optimum productivity and occupant comfort. However, there’s an industry debate regarding the research on whether humidity levels might continue. HVAC system designers have tons of options when it comes in humidifying and dehumidifying the air in commercial buildings.
However, today’s HVAC design engineers’ design challenge is . The fundamental theoretical analysis of peak heating, cooling, ventilation and humidification requirements of the building and the spaces within are simply the extension of engineering fundamentals. Hence, applying certain products and the controls of these products in a particularly dynamic environment occupied by humans becomes a significant challenge in controlling the HVAC systems’ load performance.
For this blog, we’re discovering the different humidification options intended for commercial buildings and why HVAC engineers should take this matter seriously.