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VA - FED H-08-4 VOL 3 SEC II 611.1 - TWO PIPE FAN COIL UNITS & FOUR PIPE FAN COIL UNITS & HOT WATER CABINET UNIT HEATERS AND UNIT HEATERS Organization: VA
Date: 1988-09-01
ASME/BPVC - 2620 - 2620 USE OF UNS S32101 FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, PIPE, AND TUBE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PART HLW WATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANKS SECTION IV SUPP 10 Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2007-07-01
ASME/BPVC - 2778 - 2778 USE OF UNS S32205 FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, PIPE, AND TUBE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PART HLW WATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANKS SECTION IV Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2015-07-01
ASME/BPVC - 2620-1 - 2620-1 USE OF UNS S32101 FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, PIPE, AND TUBE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PART HLW WATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANKS SECTION IV SUPP 3 Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2010-07-01
ASME/BPVC - 2778 - 2778 USE OF UNS S32205 FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, PIPE, AND TUBE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PART HLW WATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANKS SECTION IV, SUPP 4 Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2013-07-01
ASME/BPVC - 2620-2 - 2620-2 USE OF UNS S32101 FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, PIPE, AND TUBE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PART HLW WATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANKS SECTION IV SUPP 5 Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2013-07-01
ASME/BPVC - 2620-2 - 2620-2 USE OF UNS S32101 FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, SHEET, STRIP, PIPE, AND TUBE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PART HLW WATER HEATERS AND STORAGE TANKS SECTION IV Organization: ASME/BPVC
Date: 2015-07-01
ASHRAE - IJHVAC 15-1 - HVAC&R RESEARCH - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 1 Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Such variations occur when a TWH is used as a booster on a solar (or other alternative energy) domestic water heating system, when used as a point-of-use heater (the pipe supplying the heater will contain a plug of water at ambient temperature if it has not been recently used), etc.
BSI - BS 417-1 - GALVANIZED MILD STEEL CISTERNS AND COVERS TANKS AND CYLINDERS - PART 1: IMPERIAL UNITS - AMD 1027: OCTOBER 1972 Organization: BSI
Date: 1964-01-31
Description: Materials, workmanship, design and construction, dimensions and tolerances; provision for pipe connections and electric immersion heater and gas circulator connections.
IEEE 622 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR THE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC HEAT TRACING SYSTEMS FOR NUCLEAR POWER GENERATING STATIONS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1987-01-01
Description: The recommendations include identification of requirements, heater design considerations, power systems design considerations, temperature control considerations, alarm considerations, finished drawings and documents, installation of materials, startup testing, temperature tests, and maintenance of electric pipe heating systems.
CSA C22.2 NO 236 - HEATING AND COOLING EQUIPMENT - FIFTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: These requirements apply to the following stationary equipment for use in nonhazardous locations rated greater than 600 volts up to 7200 V, and remote control assemblies for such equipment: a) Heat pumps, for heating and cooling with or without factory, or field-installed electric resistance heaters, or hot water or steam heating coils; b) Air conditioners for cooling with or without factory, or field-installed electric resistance heaters, or hot water or steam heating coils; c) Liquid chillers and compressor-evaporator or liquid chiller assemblies intended for use with remote condensers; d) Add-on heat pumps for comfort heating or heating and cooling; and e) Heat pump water heaters and refrigerant desuperheaters, and packaged heat pump water heaters consisting of a heat pump water heater and an associated storage tank; Note: The above equipment rated 600 V or less are covered by the scope of ANCE/CSA/UL 60335-2-40.
UL 1995 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY HEATING AND COOLING EQUIPMENT - FIFTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-07-31
Description: These requirements apply to the following stationary equipment for use in nonhazardous locations rated greater than 600 volts up to 7200 V, and remote control assemblies for such equipment: a) Heat pumps, for heating and cooling with or without factory, or field-installed electric resistance heaters, or hot water or steam heating coils; b) Air conditioners for cooling with or without factory, or field-installed electric resistance heaters, or hot water or steam heating coils; c) Liquid chillers and compressor-evaporator or liquid chiller assemblies intended for use with remote condensers; d) Add-on heat pumps for comfort heating or heating and cooling; and e) Heat pump water heaters and refrigerant desuperheaters, and packaged heat pump water heaters consisting of a heat pump water heater and an associated storage tank; Note: The above equipment rated 600 V or less are covered by the scope of ANCE/CSA/UL 60335-2-40.
ISO DIS 12176-1 - PLASTICS PIPES AND FITTINGS - EQUIPMENT FOR FUSION JOINTING POLYETHYLENE SYSTEMS - PART 1: BUTT FUSION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-09-19
Description: This part of ISO 12176 specifies the general characteristics of, and performance requirements for, equipment for butt fusion jointing of polyethylene (PE) piping systems using electrically powered heater plates. It is applicable to mechanical and pressure-activated equipment for butt fusion jointing PE pipes and fittings either intended to be used for the supply of gaseous fuels, conforming to ISO 4437-2 and ISO 4437-3, or intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption (including raw water prior to treatment) and for the conveyance of water for general purposes, conforming to ISO 4427-2 and ISO 4427-3.
CSA C22.2 NO 130 - REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE TRACE HEATING AND HEATING DEVICE SETS - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This Standard specifies the requirements for trace heaters, surface heaters, and heating device sets for use on system voltages not exceeding 750 V that are intended to be installed in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.

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