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ISBN-10: 1580017304

ISBN-13: 9781580017305

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ISBN-13: 9781580017312

For the most up-tp-date mechanical codes that handle the layout and set up of the most up-tp-date mechanical structures, use the 2009 overseas Mechanical Code. Designed to supply accomplished laws for mechanical platforms and gear, it comprises insurance of HVAC, exhaust platforms, chimneys and vents, ducts, home equipment, boilers, water warmers, fridges, hydronic piping, and sun structures. This invaluable reference makes use of prescriptive- and function- similar provisions to set up minimal laws for quite a few platforms.

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5 Hydrogen-generating and refueling operations. 3 in public garages, private garages, repair garages, automotive service stations and parking garages that contain hydrogen-generating appliances or refueling systems. For the purpose of this section, rooms or spaces that are not part of the living space of a dwelling unit and that communicate directly with a private garage through openings shall be considered to be part of the private garage. 1 Natural ventilation. 2. 2 m2) of floor area in such spaces.

PRESSURE VESSELS. Closed containers, tanks or vessels that are designed to contain liquids or gases, or both, under pressure. PRESSURE VESSELS-REFRIGERANT. Any refrigerant-containing receptacle in a refrigerating system. 014 m3 ) of refrigerant-containing volume, regardless of the maximum inside dimensions, evaporator coils, controls, headers, pumps and piping. PROTECTIVE ASSEMBLY (REDUCED CLEARANCE). 6 and is placed between combustible materials or assemblies and mechanical appliances, devices or equipment, for the purpose of reducing required airspace clearances.

2 Cutting, notching and boring holes in cold-formed steel framing. Flanges and lips of load-bearing cold-formed steel framing members shall not be cut or notched. Holes in webs of load-bearing cold-formed steel framing members shall be permitted along the centerline of the web of the framing member and shall not exceed the dimensional limitations, penetration spacing or minimum hole edge distance as prescribed by the registered design professional. Cutting, notching and boring holes of steel floor/roof decking shall be as prescribed by the registered design professional.

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