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AMCA - M1 - AMCA FAN APPLICATION MANUAL - CONTAINS AMCA 200, AMCA 201, AMCA 202, AND AMCA 203 Organization: AMCA
Description: A collection of a special binder (binder available for printed copies only).<...
AMCA - AMCA B201-3 - AMCA FAN APPLICATION MANUAL Organization: AMCA
AMCA - AMCA M2 - AMCA INDUSTRIAL PROCESS/ POWER GENERATION FAN MANUAL - CONTAINS AMCA 801, AMCA 802, AMCA 803, AND AMCA 850 Organization: AMCA
Description: Sample equipment specifications are included which outline the information a fan manufacturer requires to select the best fan for an application. Common fan industry practices are also defined and explained.
VA 23 34 00 - HVAC FANS Organization: VA
Date: 2009-11-01
Description: DESCRIPTION A. Fans for heating, ventilating and air conditioning. B. Product Definitions: AMCA Publication 99, Standard l-66.
AMCA - AMCA 201 - FANS AND SYSTEMS Organization: AMCA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Purpose This part of the AMCA Fan Application Manual includes general information about how fans are tested in the laboratory, and how their performance ratings are calculated and published.
AMCA - AMCA 205 - ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASSIFICATION FOR FANS Organization: AMCA
Date: 2012-01-17
Description: The scope includes fans having an impeller diameter of 125 mm (5 in.) or greater, operating with a shaft power 750 W (1 hp) and above, and having a total efficiency calculated according to one of the following fan test standards: ANSI/AMCA 210, ANSI/AMCA 230, AMCA 260, or ISO 5801. All other fans are excluded.
AMCA - AMCA 206 - FAN EFFICIENCY GRADE APPLICATION GUIDE Organization: AMCA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This document pertains to the FEG metric as defined in ANSI/AMCA Standard 205 [1] and ISO Standard 12759 [2]. Purpose The fan efficiency grade (FEG) is an energy metric that describes the quality of energy transformation of a fan.
ASABE S565 - AGRICULTURAL VENTILATION CONSTANT SPEED FAN TEST STANDARD Organization: ASABE
Date: 2005-10-01
Description: This standard is a complimentary standard to ANSI/AMCA 210-99 ANSI/ASHRAE 51-1999 but focused on constant speed agricultural ventilation fans.
AHRI GUIDELINE G SI - MECHANICAL BALANCE OF IMPELLERS FOR FANS Organization: AHRI
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This document covers Impellers and propellers while fan systems are covered by Air Movement and Control Association International, Inc. (AMCA) Standard 204.
AHRI GUIDELINE G I-P - MECHANICAL BALANCE OF IMPELLERS FOR FANS Organization: AHRI
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This document covers Impellers and propellers while fan systems are covered by Air Movement and Control Association International, Inc. (AMCA) Standard 204.
AMCA - 211 - CERTIFIED RATINGS PROGRAM PRODUCT RATING MANUAL FOR FAN AIR PERFORMANCE - REVISION 10/16 Organization: AMCA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Purpose and Scope The purpose of this manual is to prescribe technical procedures to be used in connection with the AMCA Certified Ratings Program for fan air performance. Products that can be licensed by AMCA to bear the AMCA certified ratings seal are those defined in ANSI/AMCA Standard 99, Section 0068; ISO 13349 and IEC 60335-2-80 and are within the product scope of AMCAInternational.
AMCA - AMCA 311 - CERTIFIED RATINGS PROGRAM PRODUCT RATING MANUAL FOR FAN SOUND PERFORMANCE Organization: AMCA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: The program applies only to complete air-moving devices that are already licensed to bear the AMCA Certified Ratings Program seal for air performance. The program applies to fans within the scope of AMCA for which performance catalogs are published and made available to the public.
AMCA - AMCA 320 - LABORATORY METHODS OF SOUND TESTING OF FANS USING SOUND INTENSITY Organization: AMCA
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Test setups are designated generally to represent the physical orientation of fans as installed following ANSI/AMCA 210, and used also in ANSI/AMCA 300.
ASTM E1258 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR AIRFLOW CALIBRATION OF FAN PRESSURIZATION DEVICES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1988-06-24
Description: This standard includes two basic procedures, a preferred procedure, based on ASHRAE 51/AMCA 210, and an optional procedure based on a nonstandard airflow measurement technique, commonly used by manufacturers of fan pressurization devices, but which has not been compared with standard airflow measurement techniques.
AMCA - AMCA 260 - LABORATORY METHODS OF TESTING INDUCED FLOW FANS FOR RATING Organization: AMCA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Purpose and Scope The purpose of this standard is to establish a uniform laboratory method for determining an induced flow fan's aerodynamic performance in terms of airflow rate, pressure developed, power consumption, air density, speed of rotation and efficiency. This standard is an adjunct to ANSI/AMCA 210 in order to accommodate the induced flow fan's unique characteristics.
AMCA - AMCA 212 - CERTIFIED RATINGS PROGRAM - PRODUCT RATING MANUAL FOR SMOKE MANAGEMENT FAN PERFORMANCE Organization: AMCA
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: Products that can be licensed by AMCA International to bear the AMCA Certified Ratings Seal for a Smoke Management Fan are centrifugal fans, mixed flow fans, axial fans, power roof ventilators and propeller fans.
AMCA - 202 - TROUBLESHOOTING Organization: AMCA
Date: 1998-01-01
Description: Introduction After the installation of an air moving system is completed, a system sometimes fails to achieve its designed performance. This part of the AMCA Fan Application Manual will help you identify what is wrong and decide how to correct it.
ASHRAE 90138 - DAMPERS AND AIRFLOW CONTROL Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: Fans are adequately covered in many available technical publications, such as those published by the Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA 2002). However, this is the first book written about dampers.
AMCA - AMCA 302 - APPLICATION OF SONE LOUDNESS RATINGS FOR NON-DUCTED AIR MOVING DEVICES Organization: AMCA
Date: 1973-01-01
Description: Within the present state of the art, when comparing sone loudness ratings, differences of ±6% or less are not considered significant. The AMCA method of rating in sones gives the loudness at a distance of 5 feet from the unit in free space with no nearby reflecting surfaces.

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