Humidity Group Downloads
HEVAC Humidity Group Members and Products April 2016
Matrix showing members and the product types they supply
HUMIDITY AND THE IMPACT ON HUMAN COMFORT 25.04.16
Describes the options available to minimise the potential power consumption
This guide includes a description of evaporative cooling; comparison of mechanical cooling and evaporative cooling; incorporation of evaporative cooling systems; technologies; hygiene; typical applications and terminology. Download
KS 19 –Humidification
The HEVAC Humidity Group has produced a joint publication with CIBSE as part of the Knowledge Series : KS 19 –Humidification. It is available in PDF format or printed copy from the CIBSE bookshop at www.cibseknowledgeportal.co.uk
The following Codes of Practice contain detailed information on types of humidification systems.
NB. It is important to install any system in line with manufacturers recommendations.
Code of Best Practice 1 - Cold Water Humidification Systems
HEVAC Code of Best Practice for the design, installation and maintenance of humidification systems to reduce microbial contamination risk in cold water humidification, misting and fogging systems.
Code of Best Practice 2 - Atmospheric Steam Humidification Systems
HEVAC Code of Best Practice for the design, installation and maintenance of steam humidification systems of the atmospheric, self generating type.
Code of Best Practice 3 - Live Steam Humidification Systems (Isothermal) - revised Jan 2014
First published in September 2012 and revised in January 2014, a Code of Best Practice for the design, installation and maintenance of steam humidification systems of the live steam type.
Code of Best Practice 4 - Planned Maintenance - 0.6MB added 28 January 2010
This guide provides information and advice on good practice in the commissioning and maintaining of a wide range of different types of humidifier. It is intended for anyone who has an interest in running humidifiers efficiently, effectively and safely, such as maintenance organisations, service personnel, facilities managers, end users and building services consultants. As such, it is orientated towards planned, preventative maintenance rather than taking a reactive break/fix approach.
Available to download from the CIBSE bookshop www.cibseknowledgeportal.co.uk
TM13 was updated and revised in 2013 to provide the information needed to support the effective management of the risks and demonstrate pro-active compliance.
While many of the basics of good Legionella control and building services management remain largely the same, CIBSE's understanding of the risks, processes and schemes by which people can maintain control and demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements have developed.