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NPFC - A-A-59185 - HEATER, HOT WATER BOOSTER, ELECTRIC; SINK, SANITIZING (NAVAL SHIPBOARD) Organization: NPFC
Date: 1998-05-27
Description: This commercial item description (CID) covers hot water booster heaters that increase a sink's hot water temperature to not less of 180°F.
NPFC - A-A-50156 - HEATERS, HOT WATER BOOSTER, ELECTRIC; SINK, SANITIZING Organization: NPFC
Date: 1988-03-24
Description: The following may be used as a guide in selecting a heater with the proper rating for a given size sink: Heater (power rating) Sink size 3 kw Under 20 gallons 4.5 kw 20 to 30 gallons 6 kw 31 to 50 gallons 9 kw 51 to 80 gallons
DLA - A-A-50156 CANC NOTICE 1 - HEATERS, HOT WATER BOOSTER, ELECTRIC; SINK, SANITIZING Organization: DLA
Date: 2001-01-20
NPFC - MIL-H-43895 - HEATERS, HOT WATER BOOSTER, ELECTRIC; SINK, SANITIZING Organization: NPFC
ASTM F1920 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PERFORMANCE OF RACK CONVEYOR, COMMERCIAL DISHWASHING MACHINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-08-01
Description: Rackless conveyors (i.e. flight type machines) are included. Dishwasher tank heaters are evaluated separately from the booster heater. Machines designed to be interchangeable in the field from high temp and low temp (i.e.
ASTM F1696 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF SINGLE-RACK, DOOR-TYPE COMMERCIAL DISHWASHING MACHINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-08-01
Description: If a dishwasher includes a booster heater as an option, energy should be sub metered separately for the booster heater. When the test method specifies to use the data plate or manufacturer’s recommendations, instructions, specifications, or requirements, the information source shall be used in the following order of preference and documented in the test report: data plate, user manual, communication with manufacturer.
ASHRAE - IJHVAC 15-1 - HVAC&R RESEARCH - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 1 Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: There are several mechanisms that lead to reduced energy consumption when using TWHs instead of storage water heaters. Storage water heaters use a tank to store hot water, which continuously loses heat to the surrounding environment (often called standby losses).

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