In accordance with the SMACNA Duct Performance Test Standard No. of the SMACNA HVAC Duct Construction Standards, Third Ediction, the C.L. THIRD EDITION – SHEET METAL AND AIR HVAC Duct Construction Standards Metal and Flexible • Third Edition SMACNA expresses appreciation to the many who have offered suggestions for constructive improvement in the fab-. AND. SUBMITTAL DATA. ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS. Revised to be in compliance with SMACNA HVAC. Duct Construction Standards, 3rd ed., 8th.

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It is a practical how-to guide for contractors, owners and engineers interested in learning about commissioning for new buildings and recommissioning for existing buildings. Individual chapters detail system information for controls, multizone, dual duct, terminal reheat, variable air volume, induction and special applications such as dedicated outside air and thermal energy storage.

Contains the latest and most useful information from manufacturers, fabricators, and corrosion specialists on the use and application of thermoplastic materials. The Seismic Restraint Manual: Architects and designers are encouraged to use this invaluable resource to assure that their specifications reflect the proper design details.

The process works effectively for projects both large and small, simple as well as complex. Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software. Metric units have been provided in a more convenient format, as well as an updated inspection checklist. Other topics covered include HVAC heat recovery, energy auditing, operation and maintenance and indoor air quality. Items of special interest include constrjction contracting, CFC refrigeration regulation, and new automation system open protocols.

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Checklists are included for ductwork and fire atandards. This calculator, complete with detailed instructions, enables HVAC system designers to design an average duct system without additional references.

Clarifies and segregates the design of copings versus gravel stop and fascia. New sections covering VFD, DDC, lab hood exhaust balancing, and the latest changes in balancing equipment and procedures are included. Includes a spiral duct chapter for Classes 1 and 2, covers design pressures ranging from 30″ w.


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 s,acna.

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A companion to HVAC Duct Construction Standard – Metal and Flexible, this manual contains duct construction leakage classification, expected leakage rates for sealed and unsealed ductwork, duct leakage test procedures, recommendations on use of leakage testing, types of test apparatus and test setup and sample leakage analysis. A comprehensive application and installation guide of ducted electric heaters xtandards important factors relating to application, selection, location, installation and control.

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.

The manual incorporates the current technology available for contractors and designers to provide a state-of-the-art system. Assists the designer, contractor and code officials in understanding the complexities of designing, installing, construction and balancing both the exhaust and make-up smacma systems required stajdards commercial kitchen ventilation.

Identified as DALT by some government agencies. A model specification enables one to easily prepare standarfs project documents for installation of PVC air handling systems.

HVAC Duct Construction Standards – Metal and Flexible

The standard practices included illustrate the requirements constryction most commonly encountered insulated surfaces, such as boiler walls, flues, ducts, precipitators, air heaters, economizers, tanks, fans,etc. Lift Truck Train the Trainer Training.

Commissioning is the process of ensuring the HVAC system meets the owner’s operational requirements. An invaluable inspection resource for owners of standing seam, batten seam, or Bermuda-type roofs. This American National Standard ANSI expands the scope of the version, updating original text to incorporate a revised theory of design, new materials and more “user friendly” tables.


The manual shows how very low- and very high-risk areas of the country can be accommodated. Presents practical troubleshooting sfandards corrective tips for typical problems of roof panels, gutters, downspouts, fascia, copings, flashing, ridges and hips, valleys, expansion joints, penetrations, fasteners and soldering.

Included are new tables for stainless steels and aluminum, plus expanded chapters on materials, welding practices, and a guide specification. 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. Constructioj 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 three stories, that are used as single-family and multi-family dwellings.

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. This document contains accepted industry practices for the fabrication and installation of sheet metal lagging, used to cover and protect insulated areas of equipment. This new manual provides building owners, facility managers, contractors, and system designers with the tools needed to evaluate an existing facility for energy savings potential.

It contains negative pressure construction for 4″ w.