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    The amount of insulation will depend on the...

    The amount of insulation will depend on the temperature of the water inside the pipe and the outdoor temperature.
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    The uvc light should be placed on the downstream...

    The uvc light should be placed on the downstream side of the cooling coil. Putting it in the duct makes it try to function in "blow by" mode and is at best 70% effective. Also there are alot of...
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    What I was trying to say is that if you only use...

    What I was trying to say is that if you only use a cooling coil and cool the air to a certain temperature....lets say you use the cooling coil to get 50F DB air off the coil and then reheat to 70F....
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    Use the cooling coil to dehumidify and then a...

    Use the cooling coil to dehumidify and then a reheat coil for supply air.
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    Yes, I was talking about humidifying by cooling.

    Yes, I was talking about humidifying by cooling.
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    You need to maintain the temperature under the...

    You need to maintain the temperature under the pool temperature not above it. Cooler air cannot hold as much moisture as hot air.
    Try this and it will help to reduce the humidity level. Another...
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    Bowfin, What is the total static pressure of the...

    Bowfin,
    What is the total static pressure of the unit?
    The heat rise from the fan/motor should be 1/2 of the static pressure.
    For example if the total static pressure is 10"wg then you would have...
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    Dean, Are you sure there isn't a reheat coil...

    Dean,

    Are you sure there isn't a reheat coil after the DX coil?
    If you are getting moisture it means the air is saturated and you want heat the air up 1 to 2 degrees after cooling to get the...
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