|Other titles||Fundamentals of gas appliances.|
|Statement||prepared by American Gas Association Laboratories, Engineering Services Department for American Gas Association and Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association, Inc.|
|Contributions||American Gas Association. Laboratories. Engineering Dept., American Gas Association., Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association.|
|LC Classifications||TP758 .F86 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||95161506|
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To understand the venting requirements for forced air heating equipment, a knowledge of the four vent categories of gas appliances is essential. These can be found in the National Fuel Gas Code and ANSI Z, Z, Z and Z Venting Systems •Vent Connectors –Slope ¼ in/ft upward to chimney/vent –Not smaller than appliance flue –Up to 2 sizes larger than appliance flue –Length depends on type for single appliance •Single wall 75% of vent height •B-Vent % of vent height –18”/inch diameter for multiple appliances Fundamentals of Kitchen Ventilation A. Bhatia, B.E. Course Content Introduction Ventilation is the single most important factor in the design, construction and operation of commercial kitchens. Without adequate ventilation and an ample supply of clean makeup air, no kitchen will operate efficiently. vent and appliance capacities. The tables specify the height, lateral run, and diameter of vents and vent connectors for a whole range of situa-tions, depending on the vent material and on the size and type of the appli-ance or combination of appliances being vented. And you can work the system in reverse: If you know the vent.
A.G.A. - American Gas Association APPLIANCE - A gas appliance is any device which utilizes gas fuel to produce heat, power or light. APPLIANCE FUEL CONNECTOR - An assembly of listed and approved semi-rigid or flexible tubing and fittings to carry fuel between a fuel piping outlet and a fuel burning appliance. built and site-built chimneys, vents and venting systems used to vent all types and categories of appliances. It also addresses direct-vent appliances, integral vent appliances, side-wall mechanically vented appliances and exhaust hoods that convey the combustion byproducts from cooking and other process appliances. 6–6 Ventilation and Infiltration Heat Loss 7. COOLING LOAD CALCULATIONS 7–1 Transfer Function Method (TFM) 7–1 Heat Source in Conditioned Space 7–2 Heat Gain from Occupants 7–3 Heat Gain from Cooking Appliances 7–6 Heat Gain from Medical Equipments 7–6 Heat Gain from Computer 7–6 Heat Gain from Office Equipments. aga xh fundamentals of gas appliance venting and ventilation, combined manual and workbook.