Design and application of local energy efficient humidity systems control of diverse load areas on a shared central system by use of various Ultrasonic Humidifiers. .

Design and application of local energy efficient humidity systems control of diverse load areas on a shared central system by use of various Ultrasonic Humidifiers. .

03/22/2017, 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM

Meeting Room 3

Language:
English

Humidity control of small areas is difficult at best on central systems with the huge diversity of loads which exist in the various zones on a system. Precision humidity control however can be achieved by using by using DI water and ultrasonic humidification within these zones. The means of doing this are often costly to operations due to the down time to an area to facilitate installation and time consuming in service life cost. Cost of operation is another cost entirely on top of the primary costs. DOE (Department OF Energy) did a cost savings study on use of ultrasonic Humidification verses other humidification methods such as steam and absorption. This seminar builds on this study to present different approaches to humidification control using various equipment manufactures and their technologies. These new ideas have been developed by these manufactures to achieve a low cost humidification approach that is flexible and scalable.

Contributors

  • Susan Morrison

    Speaker

    Principal Construction Engineer

    PARSONS

    Ms. Morrison has over 30 years of experience designing and overseeing the construction of clean rooms for Space, Nuclear, Defense, Bio Science, and...

Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
    Session

Learning Objectives

  1. Learning Objectives 1. Exposure to new idea concepts in Humidification of Facilities where the entire facility does not need humidification. 2. Development of solutions to design concepts in spot humidification systems giving resources that will allow for fast and flexible installation. 3. How to reduce your service life cost in achieving humidity control as well as reducing energy consumption.

Categories

  1. Track
    Implementing Modularity and Speed in Facilities/Facilities Management

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