1 Conventional Facilities Chapter 6: HVAC Systems MECHANICAL HVAC SYSTEMS 6.1 Design Criteria Codes and Standards The latest edition of the codes, standards, orders, and guides referred to in this section will be followed, with a reference point of August 2008 being the anticipated design completion date. All work will be in accordance with BNL s Implementation Plan for DOE 413.3, Program and Project Management for the Acquisition of Capital Assets DOE Orders DOE O Environmental Protection, Safety and Health Protection Standards DOE O413.3A Program and Project Management for the Acquisition of Capital Assets DOE O414.1C Quality Assurance DOE O420.1B Facility Safety DOE O420.2B Safety of Accelerator Facilities Codes, Standards, and Guides Building Code of New York State (NYSBC) 2002 Edition American National Standards Institute ANSI Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society for Testing Materials Standards American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Design Guidelines ASHRAE Standard Energy Standards for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings American Water Works Association ANSI/ASHRAE Standard Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality ANSI/AIHA Z Standards for Laboratory Ventilation ANSI/ASHRAE Method of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hoods Factory Mutual Mechanical Code of New York State National Institute of Standards and Technology National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) Standards for Ductwork Design Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Underwriters Laboratory New York State Plumbing Code Edition New York State Fire Prevention Code Edition Energy Conservation Code of New York State Edition Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guideline (ADAAG) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) 2.2 LEED for Labs
2 6-2 Part 3: Conventional Facilities 6.2 Design Conditions Outdoor: Summer - Winter - 95 F dry bulb, 76 F wet bulb 0 F, 15 mph wind Indoor: Table 6.1 Indoor Design. Area Designation Design Temperature ºF Accuracy ±ºF Relative Humidity % Accuracy ±%RH Winter Summer Winter Summer Ring Tunnel % Experimental Hall % Booster Ring Tunnel % Linac % Klystron Gallery % RF Building % Offices % Laboratories % Conference Rooms % Support Spaces % Air Filtration: Table 6.2 Air Filtration. Area Pre-filters Final Filters Tunnel 30% 95% Laboratories / shops 30% 95% Experimental Hall 30% 95% Linac & RF 30% 95% Offices, lobby, support 30% 90% 6.3 Utility Systems Chilled water 1. Twenty inch supply and return chilled water pipes will be connected from the existing underground site chilled water system to the building. The chilled water temperature supplied by the Central Plant is 46 F. The flow and supply/return water temperature difference will be measured for cooling energy calculations. Estimated cooling load of the building is 2400 tons. The total chilled water flow is 4100 GPM using 14 F temperature rise. Chilled water will serve air handling units, electrical power supply units, and miscellaneous cooling equipment. Since the chilled water pumps at the central plant have adequate capacity and head, no chilled water pumps
3 Conventional Facilities Chapter 6: HVAC Systems 6-3 will be provided in the building. Chilled water will also be used for temperature control trim and redundancy for process cooling water systems located in the service buildings Steam Steam is available at the site from the Central Utility Plant at 125 psig. The estimated peak steam load of the new building is 17,000 lbs/hr, and the estimated size required for the underground steam supply pipe is 8 inch. The condensate will be collected at a duplex condensate receiver and returned to the central plant in a separate conduit using a 3 inch Schedule 80 carrier pipe. Condensate pumps will be sized for 2.5 times the maximum condensate flow and for 40 psig head. Steam flow will be measured for energy calculations Process Cooling Tower Water Cooling towers located at the building and operating year around will provide cooling for the process system. The estimated cooling load of 2700 tons will be handled by three cooling towers of 1350 ton each, one of which will operate as stand-by. The system will be sized for 11 F temperature difference and 84 F tower leaving water temperature. 6.4 HVAC Systems General Laboratories In laboratories, a minimum of 12 air changes per hour will be used, providing 2 cfm/sq. ft based on 10 ft ceiling height. Assuming no external heat gain, 1.5 W/sq. ft for lighting, and 165 sq. ft /person for people load, this design will allow 9.5 W/sq. ft miscellaneous heat gain from equipment. After the equipment heat gain and the number of fume hoods are further defined, the supply and exhaust air requirement of the laboratories will be finalized. In order to minimize the systems energy usage, coil loop heat recovery will be provided as an alternate. It consists of glycol heat recovery coils in the air handling units and in the exhaust system. Duplex pumps, each sized for 100% of the maximum capacity will circulate glycol between the coils to transfer heat from the exhaust air into the outside air in the winter. Depending upon outdoor conditions, the system can also be used in the summer to pre-cool the outside air. The Fire Department will have the ability to control the ventilation system to exhaust smoke. The control will be at the fire alarm system panel in the main lobby of the Operational Center and each of the LOB buildings Accelerator Tunnel The Accelerator Tunnel HVAC systems consist of five constant volume custom packaged air handling units located along the tunnel in five service buildings. The AHU s will have 2inch double wall construction, galvanized steel inner lining, and stainless steel condensate drain pan. Each unit will include prefilter, silencers, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, dual supply and return fans, 95% final filter, steam humidifier, hot water reheat coil, and a duct mounted low heat density electric reheat coil for final accurate temperature control with SCR controller. The supply and return fans will have Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD) to compensate for filter loading, allow future flexibility, and provide ease of adjustment during balancing. Supply air will be cooled to 50 F for dehumidification and reheated by the fan heat and hot water reheat coil to 0.9 F (0.5 C) below the required discharge temperature. The final discharge temperature to the tunnel will be controlled by the electric reheat coil to ±0.18 F (0.1 C) accuracy. Four high precision temperature sensors per air handling unit will be located in the tunnel. Their accuracy will be ±0.018 F (0.01 C). Temperature will be controlled by any individual sensor or by the average of the four. Cooling coil discharge temperature
4 6-4 Part 3: Conventional Facilities will be reset based upon the tunnel relative humidity to maintain RH set point with minimum energy consumption Experimental Hall The Experimental Hall HVAC systems consist of ten variable air volume packaged air handling units located in the service buildings, two units per pentant. They will be variable volume terminal reheat type utilizing hot water for reheat. The units will have 2 inch double wall construction with stainless steel condensate drain pans and galvanized steel interior liner. Unit components include return fan, relief and outside air sections, 30% prefilters, silencers, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, supply fan, and humidifier. The supply and return fans will have adjustable frequency drives. Cooling coils will be sized to cool the air to 50 F for dehumidification. Return air will be partially ducted. Return registers will be located above the accelerator tunnel in order to remove the heat generated by the equipment. Hutches will be served by constant volume air terminal units with hot water re-heat coil and two exhaust registers to remove the contaminants. The hutch exhaust systems will be sized for future exhaust requirements and will have 100% redundant fans. One general exhaust system, serving toilets, janitor closets, and other areas requiring exhaust, will be provided for each sector. The Fire Department will have the ability to control the ventilation system to exhaust smoke. The control will be at the fire alarm system panel in the main lobby of the Operational Center and each of the LOB buildings RF Service Building The Service building will be served by a rooftop mounted HVAC unit sized for the total sensible equipment load. Depending on the final load, one or two CRAC units will be installed for stand by. Ventilation and humidity control will be provided by a 2inch double wall air handling unit sized for 6 AC/HR but normally delivering 2 AC/HR 100% outside air. The added capacity will also allow the unit to be used for smoke evacuation Booster Ring Tunnel The tunnel will be served by a constant volume custom packaged air handling unit, located in the service building. The AHU s will have 2inch double wall construction, galvanized steel inner lining, and stainless steel condensate drain pan. Each unit will include pre-filter, silencers, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, supply and return fans, 95% final filter, steam humidifier, and hot water reheat coil. The supply and return fans will have Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD) to compensate for filter loading, allow future flexibility, and provide ease of adjustment during balancing. Supply air will be cooled to 50 F for dehumidification. The Fire Department will have the ability to control the ventilation system to exhaust smoke. The control will be at the fire alarm system panel in the service building Booster RF Service Room The Service Room will be served by a variable volume packaged air handling unit located on the roof. The AHU will have 2 inch double wall construction, galvanized steel inner lining, and stainless steel condensate drain pan. The unit will include pre-filter, silencers, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, supply and return fans, 95% final filter, steam humidifier, and hot water reheat coil. The supply and return fans will have Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD) to compensate for filter loading, allow future flexibility, and provide ease of adjustment during balancing. Supply air will be cooled to 50 F for dehumidification.
5 Conventional Facilities Chapter 6: HVAC Systems Linac and Linac Klystron Gallery The Linac and Gallery will be served by a constant volume packaged air handling unit located in Booster RF Service Room. The AHU will be a constant volume re-heat type with 2 inch double wall construction, galvanized steel inner lining, and stainless steel condensate drain pan. Unit will include pre-filter, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, supply and return fans, 95% final filter, steam humidifier, and hot water reheat coil. The supply and return fans will have Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD) to compensate for filter loading, allow future flexibility, and provide ease of adjustment during balancing. Supply air will be cooled to 50 F for dehumidification. Constant volume air terminal units will be utilized for individual space temperature control Operations Center The Operations Center will be served by a variable volume packaged air handling unit located on the roof of the building. The AHU will have 2inch double wall construction, galvanized steel inner lining, and stainless steel condensate drain pan. Unit will include pre-filter, silencers, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, supply and return fans, 90% final filter, steam humidifier, and hot water reheat coil. The supply and return fans will have Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD) to compensate for filter loading, allow future flexibility, and provide ease of adjustment during balancing. Variable air volume air terminal units with hot water reheat coil will be utilized for space temperature zone control. The computer room and control room will be served by chilled water computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units complete with 90% efficiency filter, humidifier and hot water heating coil.\ The lobby entrance will be served by a constant volume packaged air handling unit located in the mechanical room, complete with 90% efficient filter, cooling coil and hot water heating coil Lab Office Building The building will be served by two air handling units located in the penthouse, one to serve the office area and the other to serve the laboratory area. The office area AHU will be a variable volume unit and the laboratory area AHU will be a constant volume unit. Both AHU s will have 2inch double wall construction, galvanized steel inner lining, and stainless steel condensate drain pan. The office air handling unit will include pre-filter, silencers, steam preheat coil, cooling coil, supply and return fans, 90% final filter, and steam humidifier The laboratory air handling unit will include pre-filter, steam heating coil, heat recovery coil, cooling coil, supply fan, 95% final filter, and steam humidifier. Both AHU s will utilize Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD) to compensate for filter loading, allow future flexibility, and provide ease of adjustment during balancing. Variable volume air terminal units with hot water re-heat coil will be used for office area temperature zone control and constant volume air terminal units with hot water re-heat coil will be used for laboratory area temperature zone control. 6.5 Air Handling Units - General All air-handling units will have access sections between the various components to allow efficient airflow through the units and adequate space to perform inspection and maintenance. All units will be installed in draw through configuration providing good dehumidification and even air flow through the cooling coils. Supply and return fans will be housed centrifugal, belt-driven and will have high efficiency airfoil blades and AMCA label. In order to minimize their vibration, all fans will be dynamically balanced after installation on the job site. Air pre-filters and final filters will be replaceable cartridge type with filter efficiencies based on NBS Atmospheric Dust Spot Method. Their sizes will be standardized 24 x 24 and 12 x 24 inch where possible. Energy efficient electric motors will be compatible with AFD s.
6 6-6 Part 3: Conventional Facilities 6.6 Air Distribution Ductwork All ductwork will be constructed in accordance with SMACNA standards. Supply air ducts will be galvanized steel, and be insulated on the exterior. High-pressure duct upstream of the terminal units will be built to 6 inch WG pressure standards and will be sized for medium velocity. Low-pressure ducts constructed to 2 inch WG will be used from terminal units to diffusers. Flexible run outs to diffusers will allow ease of installation and provide final sound attenuation of terminal unit and duct-generated noise. Exhaust and return ductwork will be low and medium pressure construction sized for inch WG/ 100 ft friction loss and/or 1800 FPM velocity maximum. It will be un-insulated except in areas where condensation on duct surfaces may occur. In supply ducts, no internal lining will be used. Galvanized steel will be used for all lab main exhaust ductwork and stainless steel for all exposed branch ductwork Air Terminal Units Temperature control of individual spaces will be by constant and variable volume terminal units with reheat coils. Heating coils will have copper tubes with bonded aluminum fins. Separate terminal units will be provided for areas requiring individual temperature control. Offices with similar thermal load, maximum four, may be served by one terminal unit Diffusers, Registers and Grilles Four-way, louvered faced supply diffusers and perforated face return and exhaust registers will be used in laboratories and administrative offices. In noise and vibration sensitive areas, high volume diffusers will be considered. Air devices in large open areas will be sized to provide good air distribution and maximum noise criteria of NC Pressurization A negative pressurization of 100 cfm per door will be maintained in the laboratories by exhausting more air from the rooms than is supplied. In toilets, janitor closets, and other less critical areas, negative pressurization will be maintained at 50 cfm per door. The entire building will be kept at positive pressure Ventilation Ventilation will be provided as follows: Offices, conference rooms and other occupied areas will be provided a minimum of 20 cfm per person. The Experimental Hall will be provided 20 cfm per person. Laboratories will be provided 6 air changes per hour minimum. The Ring Tunnel will be provided 6 air changes per hour. The Booster Tunnel and Linac will be provided 6 air changes per hour. Service Buildings will be provided 6 air changes per hour. The RF Building will be provided 6 air changes per hour
7 Conventional Facilities Chapter 6: HVAC Systems Exhaust Systems Exhaust fans will be provided for the following: Fume hoods General laboratory exhaust Toilet rooms Mechanical and electrical rooms Process equipment Hazardous storage Beamline hutches via a common exhaust system Other areas requiring exhaust Chemical Fume Hoods Chemical fume hoods will be designed for a maximum airflow based upon a 100 fpm air velocity with the sash open to 18 in. height. All hoods shall have flow alarms. The Laboratory HVAC system will be a constant volume design utilizing air valves. Fume hoods identified for nanomaterials research will be provided with bag-in bag-out HEPA filtration rated at 99.97% efficiency, with gel seal type filter housing. At least one such hood will be furnished for each LOB. Wet laboratories will also be provided with ventilated chemical storage cabinets integral to the fume hood. All fume hoods shall be configured to be retrofitted with HEPA filtration in the future. Hoods shall be tested in the As-Installed condition Bio-Safety Cabinets The need for these is yet to be determined. 6.8 Distribution Systems Steam Distribution The building will be served with 125 psig high pressure steam from the central plant which will be reduced in the main utility vault to 15 psig. Two pressure reducing valves, one used as standby, will be provided. The 15 psig steam will be routed underground inside the ring and distributed to the individual service buildings. Steam will be used in preheat coils, heat exchangers, domestic water heaters, humidifiers, and other miscellaneous heating devices. Condensate from the individual service buildings will be pumped to a main condensate receiver located in the central mechanical equipment room. From there, condensate will be returned to the Central Plant. Flash steam from high pressure condensate will be recovered in a flash tank and utilized in the low pressure system Heating Hot Water In order to minimize the building s energy consumption, the primary source of hot water for space heating will be heat pumps located in the individual service buildings. They will recover heat from the process cooling system, utilizing it as the energy source for space heating. Excess heat from the process
8 6-8 Part 3: Conventional Facilities system will be directed to cooling towers on the site. An alternate to this approach is to use the process cooling water directly as a heat exchange medium. As a back up to the heat recovery system and to provide supplementary heating if necessary, the hot water will be circulated through steam fired heat exchangers located in the individual service buildings. The hot water will be used for terminal reheat coils, reheat coils in air handling units, and in miscellaneous heating devices such as fan coil units, unit heaters, and finned tube radiation. Duplex heat exchangers will each be sized for 100% of the heating load, while redundant circulating pumps will each be sized for 66% of the full flow. Control valves will be two-way type, with three-way valves used at the end of long runs to assure adequate system circulation and minimum 25% flow through the circulating pumps. Isolation valves will be provided for future maintenance, and piping will be designed in a reverse return configuration to simplify balancing Chilled Water The pumps at the central plant have adequate capacity to serve the building. Consequently, no local chilled water pumps will be provided. Chilled water will be supplied directly to cooling coils and miscellaneous cooling equipment such as fan coil units. Cooling coils will be selected for F waterside temperature difference. In general, two-way control valves will be used at the air handling unit chilled water coils to achieve flow reduction at low loads, while three-way valves will be provided at the end of long runs to maintain minimum flow. For the electrical power units cooling, a secondary cooling system will be provided consisting of duplex plate heat exchangers and duplex circulating pumps each sized for 100% of the cooling load Process Cooling Water The 18 inch main condenser water supply and return piping will be routed underground inside the ring. It will be distributed to each service building to serve process water for aluminum and non-aluminum system heat exchangers Humidification For humidification, steam from the central plant will be utilized by humidifiers in the air handling units to maintain the required humidity levels. Multiple manifold stainless steel humidifiers will be located downstream of final filters and will be selected to minimize vapor trail. Humidity sensors will be located in the return air ducts Piping Systems Water and steam piping will be schedule 40 black steel with screwed joints through 2inch and welded joints 2-½inch and up. Schedule 80 black steel will be utilized for condensate return pipe to provide a longer life. Steam and condensate piping shall be pre-insulated with galvanized or epoxy coated steel jacket. Pipe will be provided with fiberglass pipe insulation and all-service jacket with self-sealing lap. Hydronic piping systems will be sized for a maximum velocity of 8 feet per second, and a maximum pressure drop of 4 ft WG per 100 ft. In noise and vibration sensitive areas, velocity will be limited to 4 feet per second. Chilled water piping insulation will be provided with vapor barrier jacket to prevent condensation. In-line circulators will be used for pumps under 1/2 HP. Pumps 1/2 HP and larger will be base mounted end suction or vertical/horizontal split case type. Motors 3 HP and over will be premium efficiency. Strainers, check valves, and temperature and pressure gauges, water treatment system, air and pressure control will be provided. Clean steam supply and condensate return pipes will be stainless steel.
9 Conventional Facilities Chapter 6: HVAC Systems Miscellaneous Heating/Cooling Devices Fan coil units will be provided in stairways and lobbies for heating, cooling, and humidity control. Unit heaters will be used in mechanical and electrical equipment rooms. Finned tube radiation will be used to offset the cold wall effect of exterior walls and windows in offices and other areas Energy Conservation In order to minimize the building s energy consumption and comply with LEED certification criteria, various energy conservation techniques will be evaluated during the design and will be incorporated if analysis is favorable Energy Saving Measures For air handling units with 100% outside air, coil loop heat recovery will be provided. The filters and heat recovery coil will be bypassed during non-recovery periods to minimize exhaust fan energy. The building heating system will utilize heat pumps to recover heat from process cooling. Discharge temperature of heating hot water will be reset during the summer to minimize heat loss. Adjustable Frequency Drives (AFD s) will be used for all major air moving devices and pumps. This will provide considerable energy savings for the variable volume air and hydronic systems. For constant volume air handling units serving the laboratories, AFD s will simplify initial balancing, accommodate future changes, and save energy by allowing adjustment as filters become loaded. High efficiency equipment and high efficiency motors will be selected for all applications. Non-critical air handling units will utilize optimum start-stop energy management software. Insulation of piping systems will exceed the applicable energy codes Automatic Temperature Control Direct digital controls compatible with the existing Building Automation System will be utilized. Except for air terminal units, control valves and dampers will have pneumatic actuators. A duplex control air compressor, air dryer, and filter will be installed in the lower level mechanical room. Air handling units with return fans will have airside economizer, allowing the utilization of 100% outside air for free cooling. A signal from the fire alarm system will shut down all air-handling units. The Fire Department may manually activate a smoke purge System Testing and Balancing Waterside System will be leak tested, and pumps and other equipment will be checked for alignment and proper operation. Flow through pumps will be measured and properly adjusted. Motor amperage will be read and recorded Air Side High-pressure supply ducts and all hood exhaust duct systems will be tested for leaks. System fans will be checked for proper rotation and balance, and all drive sheaves will be adjusted for proper airflow. Motor
10 6-10 Part 3: Conventional Facilities amperage will be read and recorded. Airflow at all terminal units, diffusers, registers, and grilles will be adjusted to specifications and recorded Vibration Minimization of vibration caused by rotating equipment is a primary concern for the NSLS-II facility. Several strategies will be used to accomplish this goal. 1. Rotating equipment will not be located adjacent to the Ring Tunnel or the Experimental Hall. Separation is a primary strategy for reducing the impact of vibration on the machine performance. 2. Mechanical equipment will be isolated from distribution systems using flexible connectors where possible. 3. Major equipment items will be specified at a higher quality level (not commercial standard). 4. Major rotational equipment will be factory balanced. 5. Rotating equipment will be mounted using vibration isolation supports and where applicable, inertia bases will be used. 6. Distribution systems such as piping and ductwork will be supported using vibration isolators Commissioning Due to the size and complexity of the project and in compliance with LEED requirements, a commissioning contractor will supervise and document performance of all equipment startup, balancing, testing and verification.
11 Conventional Facilities Chapter 6: HVAC Systems Table 6.3 NSLS-II Estimated Cooling Load. Load EQUIPMENT (KW) Linac Linac / Klystron Galley Booster RF Booster Ring Tunnel RF Service Building Chilled Water Loads Tunnel Mezzanine Transformers 59 Ring Tunnel Experimental Hall OPS Center Lab Office Building Process Chilled Water RF power usage Booster controls 1 Storage Ring controls 4 36 Cryogenic Plant 1000 RF diagnostics 1 1 Controls & Instrumentation Vacuum Interlock Tunnel Magnets 229 Tunnel Leads Power Supply Equipment Leads 189 Sub-total (KW) Sub-total (MBH) Process Cooling Tower Walls & Roof (MBH) Lights (MBH) People Sensible (MBH) OA Sensible (MBH) People Latent (MBH) OA Latent (MBH) Fan Heat to SA(MBH) TOTAL LOAD (MBH) TOTAL LOAD (TONS) TOTAL CHILLER LOAD (TONS) 2002 TOTAL COOLING TOWER LOAD (TONS) 1,594 Assumptions: Fan heat based on 4.5 deg. F rise. Equipment load is based on BNL spread sheet and meeting comments. Lab office bldg is based on Calculated Load Wall & roof load based on calculated skin load OPS Center is based on Calculated Load Outside air at 20 cfm/person based on BNL estimated people occupancy.
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Air conditioning applications can be broadly categorized as either standard or critical. The former, often called comfort cooling, traditionally just controlled to maintain a zone setpoint dry bulb temperature
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Medical Vacuum and Gas PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 OVERVIEW A. This section addresses medical vacuum, waste anesthetic gas disposal, compressed air, oxygen, nitrous oxide, nitrogen and carbon dioxide systems.
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PIPES AND TUBES FOR HVAC PIPING AND EQUIPMENT GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 This section applies to piping systems for chilled water, hot water, condenser water, steam, condensate return, fuel oil, refrigerant
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MULTIZONE APPLICATION OF SOLUTION UNITS APPLICATION GUIDE Supersedes: 102.20-AG12 (206) Form: 102.20-AG12 (307) GENERAL Multi-zone heating and air conditioning units offer design and application advantages
AIR CONDITIONING EFFICIENCY F8 Energy eco-efficiency opportunities in Queensland Foundries Hot tips and cool ideas to save energy and money! Air conditioning units or systems are often used by foundries
Home Performance Guide Heat Pump Installation Something to fully understand about heat pumps is that they are a part of an overall system, the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system. That
NEBB STANDARDS SECTION-8 AIR SYSTEM TAB PROCEDURES 8.1 INTRODUCTION Testing, adjusting, and balancing of HVAC systems can best be accomplished by following a series of systematic procedures. The NEBB TAB
Terms of Reference Air Handling Unit (HVAC System) Cleaning Introduction General cleaning of the air handling units is currently undertaken by the Mechanical Division staff composing of 3 personnel. Cleaning
SECTION 23 05 93 TESTING, ADJUSTING, AND BALANCING FOR HVAC INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION The purpose of this guide specification is to assist the specifier in correctly specifying Mechanical System Testing
This article was published in ASHRAE Journal, January 2012. Copyright 2012 American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. Posted at www.ashrae.org. This article may not
SECTION 23 00 01 HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 DESCRIPTION A. The Work specified in this Section consists of designing, furnishing and installing factory-assembled
Dehumidification Basics Why do you want to keep indoor Rh between 30-60%? ASHRAE recommends keeping the relative humidity in a home between 30-60% to limit the effects of many unwanted conditions and harmful
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. RFP: Attachment J-C18.1 HVAC Work Instructions NNC13ZFD017J SOW Item No. Title Page C18-02 Control Air Systems Annual PM 2 C18-03 Split System AC Indoor Section Annual PM 3 C18-04 Condensing Unit Semi-Annual
Commissioning - Construction Documents (Page 1 of 6) A. General Information Climate Zone: Building Type: Conditioned Area (sf): Reviewer's Name: Reviewer's Agency: Note: Design Review for each system/subsystem
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PART 1: GENERAL 1.01 Purpose: A. This standard is intended to provide useful information to the Professional Service Provider (PSP) to establish a basis of design. The responsibility of the engineer is
I N D O O R A I R Q U A L I T Y HRV / ERV HEALTHY CLIMATE Heat / Energy Recovery Ventilator E N G I N E E R I N G D A T A Bulletin No. 210323 June 2006 Supersedes August 2004 MODEL NUMBER IDENTIFICATION
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CURBING THE COST OF DATA CENTER COOLING Charles B. Kensky, PE, LEED AP BD+C, CEA Executive Vice President Bala Consulting Engineers OVERVIEW Compare Cooling Strategies in Free- Standing and In-Building
SECTION 23 01 30.51 HVAC AIR-DISTRIBUTION PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes cleaning of interior surfaces of HVAC equipment. The HVAC equipment cleaning work includes the following: 1. Air
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