Publication updates

AMCA Publication 502-06 (R2009), Damper Application Manual for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, was reaffirmed by the AMCA membership on Sept. 11, 2009. Publication 502-06 (R2009) provides general information and important points to consider when designing or specifying HVAC installations requiring dampers in specific temperatures and pressures.

10/01/2009


 

AMCA Publication 502-06 (R2009), Damper Application Manual for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, was reaffirmed by the AMCA membership on Sept. 11, 2009. Publication 502-06 (R2009) provides general information and important points to consider when designing or specifying HVAC installations requiring dampers in specific temperatures and pressures.

 

To order this publication, visit www.amca.org . For more information, contact Tim Orris at torris@amca.org .

 

AMCA International approved the July 2009 revision to AMCA 311, Certified Ratings Program—Product Rating Manual for Fan Sound Performance. Products that can be licensed by AMCA to bear the AMCA Certified Ratings Seal are centrifugal fans, axial fans, power roof ventilators, air curtains, agricultural fans, and other air moving devices within the product scope of AMCA.

 

The AMCA 311 manual is intended to prescribe the technical procedure used in connection with the AMCA Certified Ratings Program for Fans—Sound Performance. The program applies only to complete air moving devices that are already licensed to bear the AMCA Certified Performance Seal for Air Performance.

 

To order this publication, visit www.amca.org . For more information, contact Joe Brooks at jbrooks@amca.org .

 



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