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Protecting Instrument Against Humidity Extremes
By David Dewey

Interesting.  If they are willing to spend the $$ to keep the
temperature at 80 degrees, then they should also be willing to
humidify and de-humidify the rooms too, as the humidity changes
are also bad for the human occupant. Such a solution is not
inexpensive, but it will extend the life of the humans too.

David Dewey

(Message sent Mon 14 Mar 2005, 07:15:23 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  Against, Extremes, Humidity, Instrument, Protecting

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