ok guys dumb reefer guy here. I typically work on supermarket racks so dehumidifing is not my strong suit.
I read something in another thread that intrigued me a bit. This was a residental system with high humidity and the recomendation was to slow thier fan down. This got me to thinking. I get slower airflow will increase moisture removal but I would think that would create cooling problems.
1. Im guessing if I slow my fan I would need to close my txv down some to keep my SH or is that wrong because of the latent heat factor for condensing water from the air?
2. What would that do to air distribution throughout the house? would thier still be enough to cool the house effectivly? Would the unit just run a lil longer to acomplish the desired effect?
3. Does the evaporator need to be resized for this to be done right?
4. I read in a post you should not leave your fan in the on postion if you have a humidity problem which I find intriuging as well. Why not? Would that not tend to create positive air pressure in the house if everything is sized right and layed out propperly? Also wouldnt it keep a more even temp and humidity level in your house because of it being mixed.
5. My stores use my racks to dehumidify through heat reclaim. Do they sell residental sys equiped with reclaim features? Im in florida so there is a heavy demand on a/c systems here and alot of power coservation incentives here as well. Another big product down here are water cooled systems to heat swimming pools. It would seem to me a system that could offer to cool your home while heating your pool, or providing you with hot water, or dehumidifcation would be marketable.
6. Sorry if Im asking dumb questions just curious where your guys of the trade are at in technology and practices.
7. If anyone has any links reguarding any of these topics please share them Im always intrested in new technolgies
Thanks in advance for all your incitefull inputs