I just got a new Carrier oil furnace and humidifier installed. I notice that the humidifier is attached to the cold air return. Now the duct comes out of the humidifer on it's (the humidiifer's) left side. The duct then makes a u-turn and goes across the humidifier and attaches to the warm air plenum, on the oppositite side of the humidifier's duct openning. I hope this makes sense.
Does this curve in the duct hamper the flow of moisture to the warm air plenum a concern? It seems like the humidifier could simply been turned upside down then installed, with the duct just going across and attaching to the plenum.
Do I need to be concerned?