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  1. #1
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    I am wondering how to answer this question: how the fin's thickness influence the humidifying ability of a fan coil, provided that the face velocity is kept constant?

    Sorry, I made a mistake.It should be "dehumidifying ability", not "humidifying ability"

    [Edited by tongtong on 06-04-2004 at 05:32 PM]

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    There are big holes in the information that you posted to give a comprehensive answer. Air handlers don't humidify.

    I think you are talking about dehumidifing, are you not?

    If so the more fins per inch, on the cooling coil, the more moisture will be removed.

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    Hmm

    Sorry, Bencool, I mean the dehumidifying ability about the coil. But I would like know how the fin's thickness affect it, rather than the fin space.

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    Hmm

    Sorry, Benncool and coolwhip, I mean the dehumidifying ability about the coil. But I would like know how the fin's thickness affect it, rather than the fin space.

  6. #6
    Originally posted by tongtong
    Sorry, Benncool and coolwhip, I mean the dehumidifying ability about the coil. But I would like know how the fin's thickness affect it, rather than the fin space.
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