Addresses both new construction and retrofits. Assists the designer, contractor and code officials in understanding the complexities of designing, installing, construction and balancing both the exhaust and make-up air systems required in commercial kitchen ventilation. Architectural Sheet Metal Inspection Guide. Use of these tested and proven sample forms and specification will save hours of valuable time.
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This publication is intended to assist the designer, contractor and plant engineer in understanding and solving the complexities involved in the design, fabrication and installation of sheet metal lagging systems.
It provides a process that begins with a walk-through audit. Contractors, designers, and engineers will find this guide a very valuable resource, as tables containing hundreds of stacks are detailed and ready to go.
New to the publication are design considerations for free standing stacks under resonant vibration, established limits on stacks fitted with testing platforms, larger stack selection diameters, and consideration of custom designed anchoring systems instead of a standardized schedule.
Presents contractors, building owners and operators, facility managers, and system designers with the tools needed to evaluate an existing facility for energy savings potential.
A basic reference guide to industry-accepted practices for fabrication and installation of commercial kitchen ventilation systems and custom-built food preparation equipment. Covers round long-seam and spiral duct from 4 in. Additional chapters cover heating and ventilation systems including gravity furnaces.
The manual shows how very low- and very high-risk areas of the country can be accommodated. Checklists are included for ductwork and fire dampers. HVAC system maintenance and indoor air quality, energy management maintenance and monitoring, energy recovery systems and energy recovery system investment analysis.
Also includes chapters on industrial applications, material properties, hangers and supports, fittings, vents, doors, discharge ducts small stacks and surface preparation of metals. Covering topics that include roof drainage systems, decks, chimneys, windows, doors and ledges, the new manual presents details and explanations based on and designed for low-rise residential buildings, up to wmacna stories, that are used as single-family and multi-family dwellings.
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Building Systems Analysis and Retrofit Manual. Instrumentation standards, sound measurement procedures, vibration inspection methods, and vibration measurement procedures are included in the guide.
Sealants, moisture transfer methods and air leakage are also covered. This creates both a problem and an opportunity — a problem because designers and installers must be diligent in using materials and techniques that mitigate the potential for sound and vibration problems and smaccna opportunity for contractors that specialize in resolving occupant complaints related to sound and vibration.
Other chapters include guidelines for developing welding procedures, controlling weld quality, estimating, hiring and training welders and welder certification. The manual incorporates the current technology available for contractors and designers to provide a state-of-the-art system. Changes to the manual include expanded tables for stainless steel and aluminum, expanded tables for duct sizes up to 96 inches in diameter, introduction of a new Duct Class 5 for systems handling corrosives, and spiral lockseam pipe.
It covers the simple, low or moderate temperature and pressure or vacuum indoor systems as well as the more complex outdoor systems that operate at moderate to high temperature and pressure or vacuumand are subject to higher and more complex external loading.
The Seismic Restraint Manual: Variable air volume, multi-zone, dual duct and exhaust air systems are examples of the systems specifically covered and time-saving forms are included for precise record keeping during the conduct of a TAB project. The first edition of the Guyed Smxcna Stack manual sjacna devoted exclusively to vertical, uniform diameter guyed stacks with welded longseam or spiral lockseam fabrication for at-grade or penetrated roof installations.
In addition to the basic engineering guidelines for the sizing of HVAC ductwork systems, the manual also provides related information on materials, methods of construction, economics of duct systems, duct system layout, pressure losses, fan selection, duct leakage, acoustic considerations, and Testing, Adjusting and Balancing TAB. The second edition of the Building Systems Analysis and Retrofit manual provides methods to assess the major energy using elements of an existing building—electrical lighting and motors and HVAC.
SMACNA contractors researched the current and future potential use of fiberglass reinforced plastic FRP duct as well as its physical properties, to provide contractors, architects, engineers, managers, and plant owners with this authoritative resource that can be relied upon for the proper selection, manufacture, and installation of FRP duct systems.
Timesaving IAQ tracking forms can smcna modified to meet specific contractor needs.
Assists the designer, contractor and code officials in understanding the complexities of designing, installing, construction and balancing both the exhaust and make-up air systems required in commercial kitchen ventilation. New sections covering VFD, DDC, lab hood exhaust balancing, and the latest changes smwcna balancing equipment and procedures are included.
Methods to identify and remediate lead, asbestos, or other materials that are classified as hazardous materials are not intended to be within the scope of this standard. A thorough explanation of re-commissioning leads one through the preliminary investigation, survey and documentation phase, the design and installation of system modifications and the actual re-commissioning test.
This latest publication is based on the exact same theoretical work and scope of the earlier I-P version. This publication and the wealth of information it contains are intended to assist contractors, estimators and shop supervisors in profitably managing the welding activity in a sheet metal shop.
This booklet of waterproofing illustrations and reminders covers curb and roof penetrations and sealings, as well as the interface between the roof and the location at which the unit, piping, electrical wiring or sheet metal ductwork pass through the roof.
Provides guidance for HVAC system selection, operation, and design.