@Mustang92 yeh cheers mate, tends to be early morning the concrete slabs are sweating. So I crack the shed door open and leave it open throughout the day until the evening.Mustang92 wrote:some doors are standard size and come frame & door and some doors are made to fit because they need to be and that would be pain in arse.
just guessing on @ Josh's awesome suggestion mate,
i'm guessing aircon is british for a/c window unit(dehumidifier is just a shite a/c unit). the air passing through a/c unit would drop in humidity plus your also drawing that same air that is already lower humidity, similar to how a recirculate button on car for colder air works. I don't see why you couldn't run exhaust fan with carb filter 24/7 and a/c unit on a humidity switch so it ain't on constantly.
It also looks like shed is on cement floor, most cement floors are like sponges for moisture. Concrete sweating usually occurs when warm air comes into contact with a cooler concrete slab and it causes the concrete floor to sweat. ... After a humid night, water vapor in the air will come into contact with the cooler concrete floor and will condense into morning dew or wet walls.
Think it might mainly be from when temp drop on the outside my oil fill rad kicks in so got air will be getting sucked from the tent straight into the shed.
It is concrete flooring but I have the tent on an old shag rug to keep the coldness slightly away lol.
One of the main reasons for hunting a dehumidifier was to try and avoid the walls from sweating. Would it fuck the concrete in the long run? Havnt bought a dehumidifier yet. In 2 minds whether the price tag will actually make a difference in the tent or if I'm throwing money down the drain. Have plenty of air movement within the tent itself.
Carbon filter is on 24/7 and plan was to stick the dehumidy on my inkbird so it's on or off depending on RH
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