Well Mr. Jim,
I have been sitting quietly watching, waiting, reading, and listening.
First of all, concerning other comments posted, I have not heard anything about these guys out looking for investors. Marketers, yes.
From descriptions this is a thermoelectric principal.
DC, makes hot, reverse and makes cold. (I’m still watching…)
The filter thing has nothing to do with the heater/cooler.
I have known of filters that will remove smoke from the air (very small). Bigger stuff, not a problem (such as baby powder).
If I came on here with just psychrometric theory, it would skip over heads.
I can see these guys trying to make it a trip to OZ, so it can be understood. It certainly will not be understood through and explanation of psychrometrics.
Speaking of Psychrometrics! Jim, the numbers you gave make no sense to me!
When you add heat to 38F air at 53% rh raising it to 74F (without adding moisture to the air), this is a sensible heat process. The rh would be expected to be in the 15% range.
Your telling me it was 31% rh.
You would have to add 25 grains of water per pound of air to get to 31% rh.
Please explain this.
You may have a great new machine there, but you don’t have the right numbers, and I do not see your 17 years of HVAC showing through.
No it can’t and you should know that. Can it produce a 58 split, you don’t know that either.
You should know that what happens in the room air has nothing to do with process evaluation. You should be taking your measurements at the unit. And next time, don’t use relative humidity! That is way too inaccurate. Use the other option, you know what that is!?
If anyone wants someone to evaluate this thing in that company, call me and send me the airbus fair. They will make it up in their betting games.