headcase Posted January 17, 2018 Share Posted January 17, 2018 Just to prove the old adage, 'you can learn something new every day', I visited a very nice 1904 Hunter organ today, to which a humidifier has been fitted. Aside of the usual trunking into the wind system to distribute humidified air into the soundboards, there was a further feed to a 4" diameter metal trunk, about 3-4ft long, with a series of holes along the length of it, projecting humidified air into the air space beneath the soundboards. This struck me as eminently sensible - a bit of space humidification - yet in 39 years in the trade, I've never seen it done before. Any one else ? H. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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