by Building Services Research and Information Association. in Bracknell .
Written in English
|Series||Facilities management specifications -- 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
Guidance to the standard specification for ventilation hygiene - The Construction Information Service. This document is available as part of the Construction Information Service. The Construction Information Service brings together a comprehensive collection of essential technical documents from a wide range of publishers in one online package. th. edition of the ACGIH design ventilation manual. Page states that the density factor should be used often to account for all changes in air density. The exceptions are in the case of no heat or moisture added to the system, shop location near sea level, and a system static pressure (SSP) of Author: Marc J Graessle. Specification covers: management of ventilation hygiene; inspection, sampling and testing; level of cleanliness; cleaning methods; high risk extraction systems; disinfection; elimination of odours; cleaning after fire and smoke damage; hazardous materials; waste disposal; fault reporting; post-cleaning report; system balance and rebalancing after cleaning. The guidance is applicable to the health and safety requirements of mechanical ventilation systems, including air conditioning. History Superseded by 'Guidance to the standard specification for ventilation hygiene' (BSRIA, ) which combines 'Standard specification for ventilation hygiene' and 'Guidance to the standard specification for ventilation hygiene' into one document.
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