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LoadMatch® System Engineering Design Considerations


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For design engineers, the concern cited most often about LoadMatch® systems is the temperature cascade of the system. Because the water temperature in the loop changes, it would appear that the terminal units at the end of the loop won't be able to provide the necessary BTU's for the heating or cooling loads.

An examination of basic heat transfer fundamentals will provide the answer. As discussed in this bulletin, the use of basic principles of thermodynamics and psychrometrics will result in comfortable room conditions, including dehumidification, in very humid climates.

To download the complete technical paper, "LoadMatch® System Engineering Design Considerations," please click here or on the photo.