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Re: air supply (not the group)
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From: "Morris, George" <gmorris at kester_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2001 3:24 PM
Subject: RE: air supply (not the group)
> I'm not too checked out on this stuff, but wouldn't your furnace air
> suck up all the humidity in your fishroom and distribute it all over the
> house? Seems like a good thing in the winter.
But in the summer that's not too good. A general club acquaintance had a
thing about mildew. Maybe the air conditioner will draw out some of the
humidity. Spring and fall, when there is little furnace or a.c. action can
be the worst.
More due to water slops than just humidity, but our fishroom rug (such as it
was) went when a mushroom was harvested. Nothing dried out fast. The quick
fix was to be much more careful with the water changes nd not to leave the
R.O. unit unwatched. But ours is a less that ideal world and fishroom.
Question for the list: will a roof fan (which I'm thinking of anyway to cool
the house) draw the humidity out or just dump it in the upstairs crawl
A bright spot: one of those window exhaust fans used to pull air out of the
house recently got plunked in a fishroom window. When the house is open, it
has indeed helped draw humid air out.
All the best,
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