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  1. #1
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    Load Calculation For Warehouse

    Howdy boys... been some time since I have been on.. I have a small problem.. I no longer have my Manual J on any of my PC's and I have a warehouse I am needing to get a load on so I can send it to my GC hopefully in a .pdf format tomorrow.. Here is what I have. It is a 37596 sq' ft. warehouse. The West wall is 241' long and 30' to deck 6" thick tilt panel no insulation. North wall is 156' same height 6" thick tilt panel with (4) 8'x10' roll up doors no insulation. East wall will be a interior wall 2x4 stud no insulation, same for the South wall. Inside load will be 20 employees, (16) Incandescent lights 150 watts each. The ceiling will be R-19 stick pin insulation. Concrete slab no heat or insulation.. The building is in Dallas Texas. Can some one help a brother out? It would be greatly appreciated...



    Thanks

    DD


    On Edit:::: They want to maintain 80* in the summer.





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  2. #2
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    LOL, manual j is for residential ONLY. Your looking for manual N.
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  4. #4
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    I'm looking for almost the same thing you are, but I don't have my information togeather like you do. I have a building that is use'd for a school and libury. Where in four of the rooms they have loaded with computers and I think about twice as many people as it was designed for, and now they wonder why it's warm. I guess I'm just going to have to do my home work.
    Right now I don't know where to start.

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    Here would be a great place to start. http://www.acca.org/store/product.php?pid=313
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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimj View Post
    LOL, manual j is for residential ONLY. Your looking for manual N.

    My bad jimj. Not one of my best days or weeks. Yes I found that information at the ACCA website. Really does not do me any good if I need something in the next 24 hours that I can input the information and print off a file for presentation.


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  7. #7
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    Talk to your wholesaler/manufacturer, many times they have someone on staff that can help. They are making a sale also. Give it a try.
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