[Greenbuilding] ERV and dehumidification... again....

John Beeson - Sunny Side Up emailme0617 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 15 06:09:43 PDT 2011

Is John Straube out there?  Or others have insight as well, I'm sure.

I'm trying to learn more about the "necessary" dehumidification a fairly tight 
house in Tennessee would need.  I mostly understand the concept that when 
ventilated with an ERV, the Fall/Spring months will see an increase in interior 
humidity because the ERV is not "dehumidifying"...   or something like that.  
See, I need to learn more about it.

I searched buildingscience.com and found some interesting research results, but 
I need a primer that explains the issue first.


Thanks everyone!


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