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ASHRAE - LV-11-004 - PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF HANDHELD AIRFLOW INSTRUMENTS APPLIED TO COMMERCIAL KITCHEN EXHAUST SYSTEMS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Grease filter configurations included conventional baffle filters, cyclone filters, and slot filters mounted in an 8 ft (2.4 m) canopy exhaust hood. Exhaust airflow rate measurements were made at approximately 2000, 3000, and 4000 scfm (0.94, 1.4, and 1.9 m3/s) for each instrument and each filter type.
ULC CAN-S646 - STANDARD FOR EXHAUST HOODS AND RELATED CONTROLS FOR COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL COOKING EQUIPMENT - THIRD EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2010-07-01
Description: They may include provisions to limit exhaust temperatures to 190 °C. Exhaust hoods covered by these requirements are intended for installation in accordance with ULC-S650, Standard for the Installation and Performance of Ventilation and Fire Suppression Systems for Commercial and Institutional Cooking Equipment.
ASHRAE - LO-09-011 - REVISED HEAT GAIN RATES FROM TYPICAL COMMERCIAL COOKING APPLIANCES FROM RP-1362 Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: ABSTRACT The objective of ASHRAE RP-1362 was to refine and expand the database on the heat gain to space for commercial foodservice equipment and, where applicable for hooded appliances, report the exhaust ventilation rates found using a 10-foot canopy hood. This paper provides an overview of the heat loads: radiant, sensible convective and latent from 83 appliances in 100 test conditions.
ASHRAE - LO-09-010 - GREASE PARTICLE EMISSION CHARACTERIZATION FROM SEVEN COMMERCIAL KITCHEN COOKING APPLIANCES AND REPRESENTATIVE FOOD PRODUCTS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Emission measurements were made in the center of the plume above each appliance at the lower entrance to an eight foot canopy exhaust hood and in the center of the horizontal exhaust duct approximately 6 feet (2 m) downstream from the hood collar.
ASHRAE - LO-09-034 - BUILDING HEAT LOAD CONTRIBUTIONS FROM MEDIUM AND LOW VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR—PART I: SOLID RECTANGULAR BUS BAR HEAT LOSSES Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Emission measurements were made in the center of the plume above each appliance at the lower entrance to an eight foot canopy exhaust hood and in the center of the horizontal exhaust duct approximately 6 feet (2 m) downstream from the hood collar.
ASSE/SAFE - ANSI Z9.14 - TESTING AND PERFORMANCE-VERIFICATION METHODOLOGIES FOR VENTILATION SYSTEMS FOR BIOSAFETY LEVEL 3 (BSL-3) AND ANIMAL BIOSAFETY LEVEL 3 (ABSL-3) FACILITIES Organization: ASSE/SAFE
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: Testing and verification of ventilation systems in BSL-3/ABSL-3 labs include: • Supply • Exhaust • Directional airflow • Biosafety cabinets • Air filtration • Exhaust stacks • Fan failure scenarios • Redundancy • Canopy hoods (autoclaves) • Specific ABSL-3 requirements Testing and verification of related systems within BSL-3/ABSL-3 labs include: • Optimizing maintenance of pressure gradients and maintaining temperature and humidity • Physical integrity • Sealing and leakage factors • Interlocking systems • Airlocks • Doors/windows • Emergency and backup power systems • Alarms
UL 705 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY POWER VENTILATORS - SIXTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING MARCH 28, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2004-01-14
Description: These requirements do not cover the following: a) Ventilating equipment such as attic, wall-insert, ceiling-insert, household hood, window fans, or canopy fans or blowers; b) Air-moving equipment with integral air-tempering means; c) Dryer type fans used for drying carpets or floors; d) Household and commercial blower inflator type fans; e) Evaporative coolers; Evaporative cooler pumps, including retrofit pumps; f) Air filtering appliances; g) Deodorizers and air fresheners; h) Component fans; i) Low voltage component fans; j) Fans and blowers that circulate air, such as desk, ceiling-suspended, and hassock fans; k) Ventilators rated more than 600 volts; l) Ventilators employing universal motors rated more than 250 volts; m) Air heaters equipped with fans; n) Draft fans for furnaces; o) Heating-ventilating units; p) Blowers employed as components in equipment such as furnaces, mechanical-refrigeration equipment, or air conditioners; q) Fusible links and similar equipment that may be provided to disconnect a fan or close shutters in the event of fire r) Ventilators specifically intended for use in exhausting any of the following: gases other than air, atmospheres causing corrosion to the ventilator, air with water spray, or flammable vapors; or s) Ventilators for the removal or conveyance of dust, stock, or refuse.
CSA C22.2 NO 113 - FANS AND VENTILATORS - TENTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: OCTOBER 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This Standard applies to fans such as wall insert, ceiling insert, attic, duct, bathtub and shower stall, household range hoods or canopies, household down-draft fans, and window fans. It also applies to fantype air-to-air heat exchangers, component fans including extra-low voltage component fans, and to commercial fans and blowers used for carpet cleaning or flood restoration and remediation.
SAE ARP1796 - (R) ENGINE BLEED AIR SYSTEMS FOR AIRCRAFT Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: However, military engine bleed air systems often interface with additional systems such as anti-G suit, gun gas purge, and canopy seal. The primary emphasis of this document is on systems which use the aircraft engine as the source of the pneumatic supply.

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