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  1. Yes the lines are underground to answer your...

    Yes the lines are underground to answer your question. Thanks folks.
  2. Air Separator with no makeup water in BLD

    Ok guys I searched and could not find anyone with the same question. I have a NEW building that will be served chilled water from a different building (a chilled water plant). The Manufacturer Rep...
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    Thank you gentlemen.:)

    Thank you gentlemen.:)
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    5000 CFM Fan Motor

    Does anyone have a suggestion as far as belt driven fan motor manufacturers that have a good catalog on their website? Thanks.
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    You are getting off on a tangent and away from my...

    You are getting off on a tangent and away from my original question. I will not introduce OA by using another duct. Thanks for your posts anyways.

    PS- You are welcome. I am saving your tax...
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    Of course. Easier said than done, thanks for the...

    Of course. Easier said than done, thanks for the post anyways.

    P.S.- Ever heard of Cost Effective?

    [Edited by cocoloco on 08-28-2006 at 06:20 PM]
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    Good question, but I am located in Monterey, CA. ...

    Good question, but I am located in Monterey, CA. That building has mainly OA for "cooling". The reason I couldn't bring in make up air independently is because of the location of the room (a...
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    Hhhhmm, interesting that last post. See, the...

    Hhhhmm, interesting that last post. See, the oven itself will be a type II oven and ASHRAE (1995 applications) does not seem to get into type II exhaust hoods. I am trying to get in contact with...
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    I don't currently have access to NFPA codes. I...

    I don't currently have access to NFPA codes. I need to install an hood (min. 500 cfm) in a room that will go over an oven. I need to transfer air from the outside (a hallway) because there is not...
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    Good post, thanks.

    Good post, thanks.
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    Ah, now let me add a little something here. What...

    Ah, now let me add a little something here. What if there is no mechanical cooling and outside air is introduced to the space at 71/61? What would your rough estimate be?
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    What would you say in a TYPICAL classroom...

    What would you say in a TYPICAL classroom setting, the return air dry buld and wet buld temperatures would be around?
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    I forgot to tell you that some hoods have an...

    I forgot to tell you that some hoods have an internal discharge, as your case may very well be, so you may not necessarily have to feel blowing anywhere. If it is a down discharge or face discharge,...
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    Standard and model codes require 100% makeup air....

    Standard and model codes require 100% makeup air. Also, if you changed the hood over the ovens, did you change the fan as well? With the size of hoods you described, you are probably looking at...
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    I have a building here with pretty complicated...

    I have a building here with pretty complicated air exhaust system. They want to install an exhaust hood for an oven and the only available option would be to connect to an existing 10" transite...
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    I should have said flex tube. What I had was a...

    I should have said flex tube. What I had was a maintenance worker thinking he had plastic flex tube in part of a pilot line assembly. I went out there and it turned out to be CSST with ANSI ratings.
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    So you are saying if it is CSST flex tube, it...

    So you are saying if it is CSST flex tube, it shouldn't be a problem (regarding passing inspection)?
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    Ok, thanks for the replies. They are really...

    Ok, thanks for the replies. They are really appretiated. I suppose I should have said 'flexible' tube is what is installed instead of plastic. I am not the one trying to install this tube, it was...
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    And yes, they probably have the straws you put in...

    And yes, they probably have the straws you put in there.
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    Plastic is allowed inside per NFPA 54. Like I...

    Plastic is allowed inside per NFPA 54. Like I said, is there a code that references the prohibition of this practice?
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    Would it be prohibited by any code to install a...

    Would it be prohibited by any code to install a plastic natural gas pilot line on a boiler gas train?
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    Would it be prohibited by any code to install a...

    Would it be prohibited by any code to install a plastic natural gas pilot line on a boiler gas train?
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    Would it be prohibited by any code to install a...

    Would it be prohibited by any code to install a plastic natural gas pilot line on a boiler gas train?
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    I appreciate the references. Thank you much. ...

    I appreciate the references. Thank you much.

    [Edited by cocoloco on 03-07-2006 at 03:34 PM]
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    I have on one compressor, one 9' rise, three 90...

    I have on one compressor, one 9' rise, three 90 deg elbows, and total of 90' horizontal piping.

    Second compressor has one 9' rise, total horizontal piping length is 132' and six 90 deg elbows.
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    No, where these compressors are at right now...

    No, where these compressors are at right now provides no space for ductwork.
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    Approx 100' maximum. See this compressors were...

    Approx 100' maximum. See this compressors were put inside the building in an area with no ventilation, so they tend to overheat. And yes, I am a newbie when it comes to this!! :)
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    Does anyone know the maximum practical distance I...

    Does anyone know the maximum practical distance I can place a compressor away from the evaporator for a freezer?
    eg-Copeland single phase comprerssor, 18.4 FLA, 230 V.
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