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The supply air temperature depends on the prevailing air temperature (dry-bulb temperature) and its relative humidity (RH %). At a certain air temperature, the lower the RH %, the lower is the supply air temperature. The reason being more water can be evaporated into the air when the RH% is lower, hence more heat is removed from the air.
 
 
The temperature reduction is derived from the following formula:
Temperature Reduction =
(DB Temperature – WB Temperature) x Saturation Efficiency
The sample conditions taken here are typical conditions prevail in the South East Asian region.
Supply Air Temperature °C
 
 
   
   
   
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