Monday, February 13, 2012
1. Room Size - The size of the room (cu.ft) is a very important part of selecting the proper indoor pool dehumidifier that a lot of people overlook. This is how you determine how many times the air in the room will be processed by the dehumidifier every hour. If it's to low the unit won't work properly, to high and it gets uncomfortable for the people using the pool.
2. Surface Area of the Pool - This measurement is going to tell us how much moisture the pool is giving off when combined with a few other numbers. Depth doesn't matter because only the very surface of the pool is going to evaporate into the space. For Example a 10 x 10 x 10 pool and a 10 x 10 x 100 pool are going to give off the same amount of moisture. Depth of the pool is not needed.
3. Temperature of the Room and the Pool - This is one of the most important parts of calculating how much moisture needs to be removed from the room. A higher room temperature is actually better than a colder room temperature. The warmer the air the more efficient the dehumidifier. For the pool temperature, the warmer the water the more moisture it puts into the air due to evaporation and this will increase your need for dehumidification. In a perfect world you would aim for 84F air and 82F water, that way when you get out of the pool you don't feel cold. Whirlpools / Jacuzzis water temperature is usually kept at 104 F.
4. How much glass do you have? You will need to know the square footage of all windows and doors including skylights in the pool room.
5. Average number of people using pool. Since people exhale moisture and also will “kick up” water when they play in the pool, it is important for the calculation of the correct unit for the number of people using the pool to be supplied to the salesperson.
6. Can the Unit Fit Inside The Equipment Room? - If there isn't enough space in you pool room / equipment room or the doors are too small for the unit to fit through, you will have purchased a unit you cannot use or you might have to break open a wall to accommodate the unit. If the required unit is too big to fit inside almost all units are also available for outdoor installation.
7. Do you need the Dehumidifier to Cool / Heat the Space? - Indoor Pool Dehumidifiers can also act as heaters and "air conditioners" when combined with the right equipment. We always recommend having a remote condenser included with the dehumidifier. A remote condenser is like the outdoor unit of your central air conditioning system and will reject any excess heat above the room air temperature design point.
8. What Electric do you have on Site? - The voltage and phase of your electric is an important but easily over looked part of the selection process. Most homes have 208/1 electric available.
9. Digital Controls – The days of the old manual thermostat and humidistat are pretty move over and the industry has moved on to both digital humidistats and thermostats, these last longer are more accurate and do not wear out.
10. What is Your Budget - Have a realistic budget in mind before you go through the process of asking for a proposal. Most indoor pool dehumidification systems will run at least $10,000 plus installation.
Samsung's Classic also provides you with a cool and comfortable environment before you sleep, while you are sleeping as well as when you wake up. The 3 step Sleep Control consists of the following: Falling Asleep Mode/Sound Sleep Mode/Wake-Up Mode.
Friday, June 10, 2011
The features that we would go over in our presentation included the following:
1. 5 year manufacturer's warranty
2. Wireless remote control with on/off, and speed control
3. Gasket - less male and female section fittings
4. Caster wheels included
5. The power plug for the unit is a standard desktop PC power plug, helpful if it was ever to be damaged, you could replace it yourself as it just plugs into the back of the unit.
6. Built in computer to calculate the remaining life in hours for each of the filters in the unit. ( fan indicator will change from green to yellow to red then blinking red to let you know filter life at a glance.
7. Various accessories available such as air intake and exhaust duct to conceal the unit in a closet, wall mount shelf, coarse dust prefilter.
8. All IQAir units are test run at the factory and a report showing the units overall efficiency with the filters installed is included with every unit. It is important to know that the unit is operating efficiently and that no air is bypassing the filters.
As you can tell by this post, we are not just a website selling this product, we have had real world hands on experience and would be happy to anwer and questions on this product.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Practically all air removed from a building is replaced by outside air at the same rate.
Outside air will enter by any means available, when the inside air pressure is less than
outside air pressure. This happens when exhaust exceeds supply systems capacity to replenish
the building envelope with air.
Possible consequences of this negative pressure differential are degraded exhaust system
performance, loss of environmental control, adverse safety and performance effects on
appliances which com-bust fuel and processes which vent gaseous products via natural
draft, increased building structural loads, and excessive forces on exterior doors. Unfortunately,
these problems occur where an inadequate amount of replacement or make-up
air has been provided.
A good make-up air system will alleviate all of these ills by providing the correct amount
of replacement air. It may also reduce plant overhead by lowering heating, cooling, and
Simple Make-Up Air Systems
A make-up air system might consist of a wall-mounted Hartzell propeller fan coupled
with an automatic shutter or an inlet weatherhood and a control system to activate the
fan motor. For rooftop installations, a powered Hartzell hooded roof ventilator, which
may contain a motorized shutter, can be used successfully. These systems would provide
make-up air mainly for ventilation purposes.
Tempered Make-Up Air
In many areas, air must be conditioned before entering a facility. This necessitates that
the make-up air system have heating and often air cooling and filtering abilities. A so
called make-up air unit is required.
Typically a make-up air system includes an air mover section, usually a propeller or centrifugal
type fan, an air tempering section containing heating and where necessary cooling
and filtering equipment, and a control system.
Hartzell offers direct gas fired (natural and LP gas), high temperature hot water (or
water-glycol solution), and pressurized steam heating systems. The gas fired units are built to stringent standards. The steam units are available with a variety of non-freeze type coils.
Fan selection and power requirements are generally determined by the application. When only general ventilation is required (fan pressure requirements are low), a propeller type fan can be utilized. To supply make up air through a duct system with a resistance of 0.5 in w.g. or more, a centrifugal fan should be considered. In either system, diffusers may be used to direct the discharge air velocity.
Make-Up Air with Recirculation
In situations where the inside air quality is acceptable, often a portion of the inside air may be drawn back through the make-up air unit where it is recirculated back into the building. Advantages of using Hartzell Recirculating Make-Up Air units are lowered heating costs, better indoor air mixing (reduced air stratification), as well as constant building pressurization.
In summary, an adequate amount of makeup air is required for personnel, machines, and processes to operate properly, efficiently, and safely. Failure to provide adequate make-up air is often the cause of unnecessary expenditures for additional exhaust systems and heating or cooling equipment. These devices in turn compound the problem of air starvation within the building. Reliable, cost effective equipment is available from Hartzell to supply the make-up air necessary to balance air removed from a structure.
Other Heating Equipment Options
Hartzell also offers gas fired door heaters, gas fired econo units, and steam unit heaters for other issues in the plant.
Gas fired door heaters can be utilized to correct the problem of cold air rushing into the plant when an overhead door is opened. Our door heater directs a blast of high velocity heated air toward the door opening. As a result of the turbulence created, the hot air mixes with the cold air and the “bite” of the cold air is eliminated. This unit can be mounted horizontally or vertically or at any angle and will turn on whenever the door is raised far enough to trip the switch.
Our Econo Models are a low cost alternative to many make up air problems. They are ideal for supplying tempered make-up air or for total fresh air heating systems.
Steam unit heaters are ideal for injecting spots of heat into your plant when you have a steam source available.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
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