Kenny,That is a good read. And an interesting one. Thanks for posting it.
Looking at your user name, shall I assume you are a pilot? :sombrero:
So help me out... from where Im sitting that looks to be written in a way to alleviate moisture issues that exceed the capacity of the ECS.
Am I correct? I think it is odd that it does not reference it specifically.
Even agencies like the NCBI reference it with regards to relative humidity, and venting...
Air at altitude is generally very dry. Water separators are used in ACM/AC packs. Here's a good link concerning that.