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AMCA 250

Laboratory Methods of Testing Jet Tunnel Fans for Performance

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Organization: AMCA
Publication Date: 1 January 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 32
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This standard deals with the determination of those technical characteristics needed to describe all aspects of the performance of jet tunnel fans. It does not cover those fans designed for ducted applications nor those designed solely for air circulation, e.g., ceiling fans and table fans.

The test procedures described in this standard relate to laboratory conditions. The measurement of performance under in-situ conditions is not included.

The parties to a test for guarantee purposes may agree on exceptions to this standard in writing prior to the test. However, only tests that do not violate any mandatory requirements of this standard shall be designated as tests conducted in accordance with this standard.

Document History

AMCA 250
January 1, 2012
Laboratory Methods of Testing Jet Tunnel Fans for Performance
This standard deals with the determination of those technical characteristics needed to describe all aspects of the performance of jet tunnel fans. It does not cover those fans designed for ducted...
250
January 1, 2005
Laboratory Methods of Testing Jet Tunnel Fans for Performance
This standard was developed in response to the need for a standard method of testing jet tunnel fans, sometimes called impulse fans, which have seen increasing use in the United States. The need for...

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