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Old 09-01-11, 10:53 AM   #1
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I came across this simple dew-point calculator.

Just move the sliders and see the dew-point.

Also predicts mold growth potential.

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For a more sophisticated discussion of these issues, and some free tools to perform a more in-depth analysis, look here.

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Nice find. I'd like to use this as my house gets very humid in summer. I'm not sure if that is a problem mold wise as it drys out quite a bit when winter rolls around.
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Now that I'm at home I can access the link. For some reason it was blocked at work. Anyway, do you have the link to the calculator?
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...Anyway, do you have the link to the calculator?
I had put the wrong link int the post, it is noe corrected.

The link is at the end of the post... press the phrase, "look here".

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