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ASHRAE 110-1995

Standard

Standard 110-1995 -- Method of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hoods

ASHRAE 110-2016

Standard

Standard 110-2016 -- Method of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hoods

Interpretations For Standard 110-1995

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ASHRAE IC 110-1995-1

Amendment

Interpretation IC 110-1995-1 of ASHRAE Standard 110-1995 -- Method of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hoods (ANSI approved)

ASHRAE 110-2016 Errata

Amendment

Errata to Standard 110-2016 -- Method of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hoods

ASHRAE Research Project 1573: Researcher Q&A

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LO-2284 (RP 110) -- A Study of Productivity and Absenteeism in an Apparel Factory With and Without Air Conditioning

Conference Proceeding

LO-2284 (RP 110) -- A Study of Productivity and Absenteeism in an Apparel Factory With and Without Air Conditioning

Techniques for Measuring and Controlling Minimum Outdoor Air Intake Rates in VAV Systems

Report

Several techniques exist to measure and control minimum outdoor air intake rates for VAV systems in accordance with the ventilation requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62-1989. However, guidelines are lacking to assess the accuracy and ease of implementation of each of these techniques. In this project, theoretical and experimental analyses are performed to evaluate several techniques for measuring and controlling minimum outdoor air intake rates in VAV systems. The findings of this research will be used to develop a set of guidelines intended for use by HVAC system designers and building operators to ensure that minimum outdoor air intake rates are provided by VAV systems.

ASHRAE Transactions - 2004 Winter Meeting, Anaheim, CA, Volume 110, Part 1

Conference Proceeding

ASHRAE Transactions - 2004 Winter Meeting, Anaheim, CA, Volume 110, Part 1

Using Refrigerants Responsibly

Journal

United States manufacturers of HVAC&R equipment have played a leadership role in making sure refrigerants are used and handled responsibly. For instance, in 1994, the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI), the trade association of North American HVAC&R equipment manufacturers, published the Industry Recycling Guide, a guide to recovering, recycling, and reclaiming refrigerants.


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