California Title 24 compliance
Quest Climate Blog
by Beth Vander Muelen
3M ago
Quest: California Title 24 Compliance What it means and why it matters. Headline text. Portable requirements Whole-home requirements Introduce Your Content On January 1, 2023 a new section was added to Title 24 — E.E. for CEH, which includes two new sections for: Greenhouses and Controlled Environment Horticulture (CEH). This article contains regulations relating to the energy building regulations outlined in Title 24 and applies to all residential and nonresidential buildings. Get Started Learn More On January 1, 2023 a new section was added to Title 24 — E.E. for CEH, which includ ..read more
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Performance Curves: The conditions that matter most for your grow
Quest Climate Blog
by bsesvold
4M ago
Dehumidifier Performance Curves: The conditions that matter most for your grow Key Takeaways Dehumidifier performance curves are data tables that indicate how a dehumidifier will perform at various temperatures and relative humidity levels.   The table in this article is a simple “curve” that shows how our dehumidifiers perform under three conditions most relevant to many growers.  This data is critical for growers to understand how much water a dehumidifier can remove from a grow room under specific conditions. This is vital for properly determining how much dehumidificatio ..read more
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ASHRAE Webinar
Connect with the Dehumidification Experts | Blog | Quest
by Beth Vander Muelen
4M ago
From left: ASHRAE members Dan Dettmers and Kyle Booth ASHRAE Webinar: What controlled environment agriculture demands of hvac systems On the latest episode of ASHRAE Journal Podcast, Quest Engineer and ASHRAE engineer Dan Dettmers, and Member ASHRAE Kyle Booth, discuss what controlled environment agriculture demands of HVAC systems, the patchwork regulations born from increasing legalization of cannabis and how cannabis grow facilities are helping the CEA and HVAC&R industries develop equipment as the “grow local” food movement gets louder. listen to podcast ..read more
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How to Make Your Grow Room HVAC Work for You
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by Beth Vander Muelen
4M ago
Quest webinar In this webinar hosted by Cannabis Business Times, Quest’s sales engineer Josh Spalding, along with Hawthorne’s Aaron Hook, will dive into tips on how to make your grow room HVAC work for you ..read more
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Quest video library
Connect with the Dehumidification Experts | Blog | Quest
by Beth Vander Muelen
4M ago
Video Resources Quick Tip Videos Dansplainin’ About Quest Quick Tip Videos Quick tip videos Dansplainin’ DANSPLAININ’ EPISODE 08: The Real Cost of Reheat Using reheated air with your facility’s air conditioning to manage humidity is costly, inconsistent and delivers average results at best. Take a deep dive with Quest applications engineer Dan Dettmers to understand the issue and how to better address humidity. EPISODE 07: The Negative Impact of Over or Under Sizing your Equipment EPISODE 06: How to Properly Size your Dehumidification Equipment EPISODE 05: Improve Your H ..read more
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Special Report: Humidity and Climate Control
Quest Climate Blog
by Beth Vander Muelen
4M ago
In this Special Report, sponsored by Quest, we take a holistic look at the challenges facing cultivation operations and the important role of climate control. Dig into the report here on Cannabis Business Times ..read more
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Water treatment plant problems
Connect with the Dehumidification Experts | Blog | Quest
by Beth Vander Muelen
4M ago
Water Treatment Plants: THE PROPER CONTROL OF HUMIDITY PROBLEMS KILLS CORROSION, CUTS COSTS Download PDF In a water treatment plant, it goes without saying you want all the water running inside the pipes.  But 20 years ago, Rick Adamson, general manager for the Adams County Regional Water District, was dealing with a problem he never expected: Water – and tons of it – condensing and pouring off the outside of pipes inside a new, state-of-the-art facility in Manchester, Ohio. The problem: Warm, humid summer air was blanketing pipes filled with cool ground water, which caused unwanted w ..read more
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Performance Curves: The conditions that matter most for your grow
Connect with the Dehumidification Experts | Blog | Quest
by bsesvold
4M ago
Dehumidifier Performance Curves: The conditions that matter most for your grow Key Takeaways Dehumidifier performance curves are data tables that indicate how a dehumidifier will perform at various temperatures and relative humidity levels.   The table in this article is a simple “curve” that shows how our dehumidifiers perform under three conditions most relevant to many growers.  This data is critical for growers to understand how much water a dehumidifier can remove from a grow room under specific conditions. This is vital for properly determining how much dehumidificatio ..read more
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Quest 335: An Inside Look at the World’s Most Efficient Dehumidifier
Quest Climate Blog
by ThermaStor
4M ago
QUEST 335: AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE WORLD’S MOST EFFICIENT DEHUMIDIFIER When you build the most efficient dehumidifier in the world, there’s only one thing to do next. Build one that’s more efficient AND able to eliminate performance dips caused by dirty filters and ductwork. And that’s exactly what the engineers at Quest have done. With the introduction of the Quest 335, they’ve built a unit that pulls 335 pints of water each day and uses only 9.3 KWh to do it. Don’t worry, we’ll get into the details but what that efficiency rating equates to is more than $85,000 saved in operating costs over th ..read more
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ASHRAE Webinar
Connect with the Dehumidification Experts | Blog | Quest
by Beth Vander Muelen
4M ago
From left: ASHRAE members Dan Dettmers and Kyle Booth ASHRAE Webinar: What controlled environment agriculture demands of hvac systems On the latest episode of ASHRAE Journal Podcast, Quest Engineer and ASHRAE engineer Dan Dettmers, and Member ASHRAE Kyle Booth, discuss what controlled environment agriculture demands of HVAC systems, the patchwork regulations born from increasing legalization of cannabis and how cannabis grow facilities are helping the CEA and HVAC&R industries develop equipment as the “grow local” food movement gets louder. listen to podcast ..read more
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