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    #16
    Is there showers in the locker area?
    If so I'd also look at a humidistat.

    Maybe there is also a smellistat for the odors.

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      #17
      Why not skip straight to putting it on the ems system now and not waste the money on the occ sensor?

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        #18
        Originally posted by Stebs View Post
        Why not skip straight to putting it on the ems system now and not waste the money on the occ sensor?
        My understanding is there is no EMS now, but may be in the future.
        I live for today, I'm just a day behind.

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          #19
          The other alternative is to have a smaller fan, or the main fan at low speed, running 24/7 for odor and moisture control, but high speed fan when actually in use. If the locker room has showers, a humidistat may be needed in parallel with any occupancy sensor.

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            #20
            Originally posted by GoldDigger View Post
            The other alternative is to have a smaller fan, or the main fan at low speed, running 24/7 for odor and moisture control, but high speed fan when actually in use. If the locker room has showers, a humidistat may be needed in parallel with any occupancy sensor.
            Or an ERV if the main concern is heating/cooling costs being pumped out the building.
            I live for today, I'm just a day behind.

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              #21
              Originally posted by kwired View Post
              My understanding is there is no EMS now, but may be in the future.
              There is one, but obsolete, will be replaced in the future

              Originally posted by kwired View Post
              Or an ERV if the main concern is heating/cooling costs being pumped out the building.
              No ERV will be installed in this building.
              Mt. Falls, Va.
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