Environmental factors, IAQ-related codes and standards, even architectural building materials … a lot of factors combine to create a moving target for designers of good humidification systems. That’s not even considering the potential hiccups lurking in the construction process or resulting from an inattentive project team member. From the humidity basics to equipment placement to post-occupancy maintenance that can thwart lawsuits, pursue the path to appropriate humidity and minimal risk.
For many years, duct products have often involved significant on-site measurement and construction, bringing certain advantages and risks. Here, that practice is com-pared to the use of listed ductwork, with an eye on duct integrity, hood connections, clearance to combustibles,
fire ratings, and more.