Temperature and humidity fluctuations are being monitored to help assess the performance of indoor swimming pool ventilation systems. These recording devices help verify if the ventilation and dehumidification system is operating correctly.
QED Engineering provides building services
engineering design (HVAC) for a wide range of industry sectors,
including the leisure industry. QED have been using
Plus 2 temperature and humidity loggers in order to
help resolve an issue with excessive corrosion of stainless
steel elements within a leisure club environment.
For this particular project, the object of monitoring the
temperature and humidity was to try and resolve an issue with
excessive corrosion of stainless steel elements within the leisure
club environment. It was important to establish the
fluctuation of temperature and humidity throughout a 24 hour
period to check if the ventilation plant was designed
correctly and was operating within the required parameters
Four Tinytag temperature/RH
loggers were located in the supply air system, the
return air system, the pool area at high level, and to measure the
external ambient conditions. The recorded data was used to
establish if the pool ventilation and dehumidification
systems had been designed and installed correctly, and if
they were operating within their design parameters. If this was not
the case, remedial works could be carried out, such as upgrading
plant or equipment.
Dominic Anderson, Director at QED comments,
"Tinytags offer robust, simple solutions with an easy
to use software interface that makes subsequent report writing
quick and simple. In short, they offer precision and reliability
which our clients have come to rely upon."