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Humidification with an all radiant home.

George Glenn
George Glenn Member Posts: 2
Would you recommend humidification with an all radiant home?


If so, what kind of humidification do you recommend


What level of humidification do you recommend?

Comments

  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928
    What type of climate?

    Heating? Mixed? Extreme cold like Minneapolis/St. Paul?
  • Wayco Wayne
    Wayco Wayne Member Posts: 615
    Also

    how many air changes per hour for infiltration. You will find the need for humidity is tied to the infiltration. WW

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  • Art Pittaway
    Art Pittaway Member Posts: 230
    Had a Unico system (I think)

    that the contractor installed the optional electric heat coil and Aprilair (the fan powered one). Call for humidification would bring on the fan, heater and humidifier. Never have heard anything bad about any of the installation. $3.5 million house, that had enough budget for heat and air.
  • BillW@honeywell
    [email protected] Member Posts: 1,099
    If you have AC ductwork...

    you could consider a steam humidifier. It should be wired so that on a call for humidity, the humidifier will produce steam and the fan will run to distribute it. An electric or hydronic reheat could be used to temper the air on cold winter days. The Honeywell model is the HE440, and it also includes controls and water treatment equipment. Visit www.honeywell.com/your home for more info. Available from any Honeywell PCAD or EED distributor.
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