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Temperture? how cold should the air be coming out of the ducts?

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  • cudock1 Jun 29, 2008

    but i need to know about what it should be, right now its only about 51

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A 20° F differential temperature is considered satisfactory.

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    James Helmer Jun 30, 2008

    If your temperature coming out of the ducts is at 51°F you are doing very good. An example of a 20° Differential would be with a room temperature of 76 and an outlet temperature of 56. The outlet temperature depends on many factors such as humidity level, outdoor ambient temperature and indoor temperature. Humidity level in a house must be reduced before the temperature can come down. Heat content of air is directly related to the moisture content of the air. (Grains of moisture per pound of dry air). Thus air outlet temperature will not be a constant.

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    James Helmer Jun 30, 2008

    Glad we could be of service in resolving you question.

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