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Old 3rd July 2014, 16:52   #76
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On a positive news/note about Mumbai Metro, people can now enjoy free WiFi (courtesy YOU Broadband) on metro trains and stations in Mumbai.
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Looks photo-shopped. This kind of showers should ruin the HVAC & electrical system.
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From what I can gather the issue was with Air conditioning.
The water entered the fresh AIR circuit and got circulated via the ducting.

To be honest, I don't see why water ingress in the air conditioning should short the electrical circuit - unless it impinges on the compressor or blower electrical contacts (which it shouldn't because the air never leaks out, so why should water?).
Congrats on your 1000th post!

With respect to my post, I did not say it will short circuit the electricals, I wrote that it will ruin the HVAC system. I don't know if HVAC ssystems can handle so much of water passing through them.
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Congrats on your 1000th post!

With respect to my post, I did not say it will short circuit the electricals, I wrote that it will ruin the HVAC system. I don't know if HVAC ssystems can handle so much of water passing through them.
Thanks even I just noticed the 1000 post "milestone".
Actually your concern is correct since water would be about 1000 times denser than air. But I think all the air ducting is anyway made with HDPE or aluminium or galvanized iron - which should be able to take the load.

Now remains the blower/fan. The blades may wear out, the motor will definitely get overloaded. But we are all just talking like the expert panel sitting on a 24hrs news channel beaming a "breaking news" and debating on what/how/whys of something happening.

The point is that it happened and continued happening and no damage occurred.
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