Is high moisture load the normal for Ireland

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Is high moisture load the normal for Ireland

Post by DavidHughes » Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:23 am -1100

Manfred,

can you confirm if in Ireland we should be using 'high moisture load' as the norm in Ireland for our interior climate conditions.

I seem to remember you saying this on the course?

Many thanks,

David.

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Post by Manfred Kehrer » Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:24 am -1100

Hi David,

yes I remember that we had this discussion. I think yes, but we should get confirmation from Joseph.
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Post by John » Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:36 am -1100

Has there been any clarification on this issue. the impact on certain build ups is significant. working on a particular model wher the water content within the insulation layer actually doubles if we use the high moisture load under EN 15026 and a site specific data set.

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