*have gone through past threads with some helpful insight gained, but have not found "the" answer yet.
Liebert seems to be not much help on this with their answer being to adjust hot gas bypass (unit has new tank "the correct volt tank", new board etc.. all amps good and so forth...ductwork good, not too much if any outside air, plenums tight and are on supply and return to space etc...
Room is an MRI sealed room with doors only open to allow patients in and out...occasionally.
I can watch the t-stat read humidity going from 14% (alarm goes off at 15%) to 36% (the setting is 48%) and back down in the span of 15-20 minutes....sometimes less!
This is a relatively new (3 years, new tank and board) split unit (sorry, no model yet....about a 4-5 ton?
Having same problems in another MRI Equipment room across town (just a server and the MRI outside unit.
I can't keep the fan on "high/med" it will ramp up but soon goes back to low/med" (only has 2 speeds, not sure of actual word used)
This space is sealed. It has no other supplies from rooftops etc...
Is this a case of adding another humidifier? I wouldn't think so, though I suspect the unit may be slightly oversized for space (though the engineer didn't think so...it was "to spec")
Kinda baffled, I'm going in to take real psychro readings tomorrow to see if t-stat or sensor is correct.
ANy suggestions on what to look for when there? Thanks much....it seems my old industrial tranes did a much better job towards this kind of thing...but then again I could work on them in my sleep!