i'm trying to balance my indoor environment to help keep energy costs down and comfort level up. here's the situation with my 120k gallon indoor pool in Massachusetts:
air temp - between 82-86 (set 86)
water temp - 82-84 (set 84)
humidity - 22-52 (no set point avail)
on a typical day air will be 82, water 84, humidity 32.
i'm trying to balance everything but we have a heating/dehumidification system (Johnson controls) that is working against me (I think). it is constantly sucking in cool air (giant whirling sound) through 2 locker room doors and 1 hallway double door. these doors will often stay open due to the air pressure. Is anyone familiar with dehumidification? negative pressure settings?
I feel like i'm "feeding the need" and wasting a ton of energy by heating the water that i'm losing to evaporation.
thanks for any help!