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Radiant Cooling for Sceptics:
How to do radiant cooling in high humidity geographies
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Regardless of the HVAC system, moisture must be controlled
for biological concerns (bacteria, viruses, mites and molds),
for hydrolysis and the control of VOC emissions
(formaldehydes, phthalates, terpenes etc.), for the
dimensional stability of hygroscopic materials (woods) and
for occupant respiratory and thermal comfort; moisture must
be regulated for these greater priorities making the
condensation on radiant cooling panels a moot point.
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