ASHRAE STD 149

Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans Used to Exhaust Smoke in Smoke Management Systems

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Organization: ASHRAE
Publication Date: 26 January 2013
Status: inactive
Page Count: 12
scope:

This standard covers fans that are to be permanently installed in smoke management systems to exhaust smoke, including fan components and accessories when supplied, mounted, or intended to be mounted to the fan.

This standard establishes test procedures for the following areas: a. Fan tests:

1. Aerodynamic performance

2. Operation at specified elevated temperature

3. Reversal b. Appurtenance tests: Dampers

This standard does not cover the following types of fans:

a. Portable fans

b. Mechanical draft fans

c. Circulating fans

d. Attic fans

e. Nonelectrically driven fans

PURPOSE

This standard establishes uniform methods of laboratory testing and test documentation for fans used to exhaust smoke in smoke management systems.

Document History

ASHRAE STD 149
January 26, 2013
Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans Used to Exhaust Smoke in Smoke Management Systems
This standard covers fans that are to be permanently installed in smoke management systems to exhaust smoke, including fan components and accessories when supplied, mounted, or intended to be mounted...
January 1, 2000
Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans Used to Exhaust Smoke in Smoke Management Systems
This standard covers fans that are to be permanently installed in smoke management systems to exhaust smoke, including fan components and accessories when supplied, mounted, or intended to be mounted...
January 1, 2000
Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans Used to Exhaust Smoke in Smoke Management Systems
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January 1, 2000
Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans Used to Exhaust Smoke in Smoke Management Systems
This standard covers fans that are to be permanently installed in smoke management systems to exhaust smoke, including fan components and accessories when supplied, mounted, or intended to be mounted...

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