Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2010 07:32:12 -0700
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Subject: Re: Fume hood fan replacement
Assuming that former system (before requiring new fan) was acceptable,
review new TAB documents showing same airflow and pressure conditions as e
xisted in prior system. This could be all that's nece
ssary but it depends on factors not easily surmised in a simply DCHAS post.
You may want to perform your own representative field measurements/v
erifications to ensure new system components have not affected speed of res
ponse of VAV dampers, etc. Nor is a representative full ASHRAE 1
10 test or more ever a bad exercise in my opinion.
Wishing you success,
Steve Crooks, MS, CIH, CSP
People, Property & Environmental Protection, Inc.
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HAS-L] Fume hood fan replacement
From: Marjorie Markopoulos <marjorie.markopoulos**At_Symbol_Here**WRIGHT.EDU
Date: Tue, December 28, 2010 1:34 pm
have any thoughts or policies for test requirements for a system
fume hoods after a fan replacement? Do you have a specific protocol
is full ASHRAE 110 testing required or recommended? As installed? As
d? Any thoughts or comments would be helpful.
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