Tubelite Inc. Submittal Letter –

Why is there condensation on my pool area doors?

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  • RE: Why is there condensation on my pool area doors?

    To all concerned,

    The humidity level is typically quite high in a pool area (natatorium), and consequently, condensation on doors, windows, storefront and other systems should be expected in months with colder temperatures.

    The factors determining the occurrence of condensation are: outside temperature, inside temperature, interior relative humidity, and the condensation resistance factor (CRF) rating of the system.

    Thermal doors are recommended for improved condensation resistance. During the cold months of winter, even a thermal door may experience condensation in a natatorium.

    The best approach to improve condensation on pool area doors is to try to reduce the humidity as much as possible.

    Best regards,

    Gerard Schoeb
    Structural and Application Engineering Supervisor
    (616) 808-2531 Direct /

    Disclaimer: The information contained in this document is intended only to address generic conditions or situations and does not apply to every installation or environment. Site-specific conditions may affect the content of this document and should be addressed on a case-by-case basis. If you have questions regarding a particular product use, application, or installation, please contact Tubelite for more specific information. Nothing in this document is intended or shall be construed as a waiver or modification of Tubelite’s Terms and Conditions of Sale or the terms of any Tubelite warranty.

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