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Addenda to Standard 62.2-2004

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Addendum e (Revise the Exception to Section 4.1; Delete the existing Table 8.2 and insert in its place Figure 8.2; Delete the existing Reference 1 in Section 8 and renumber the remaining references in Section 8 and in the body of the standard)

Addendum h (This addendum modifies the requirements for the selection of air-moving equipment in Section 7.1 of ASHRAE Standard 62.2-2004. It is a modification of the proposed changes 05-01 (certification requirements) and 05-02 (zone rating standard))

Addendum i (This change in the exceptions to Section 4.1 puts the decision basis for 4.1(b) on the same footing as that for 4.1(a) in Addendum e to ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.2-2004. Both exceptions will now use the IECC Climate Zone Map as the basis for granting exceptions)