An Introduction to Building Mechanical Systems

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 104 pages
The purpose of this reference, training manual is to provide an overview of building systems for both operators and administrators. It is presented in easily understood layman terms. It is intended that this manual can be used as a training tool and as a reference source for building operators, operations managers, property managers and tenant service personnel. The manual has been divided into sections, with each section covering a particular portion of the mechanical systems. Each section outlines in general the characteristics of operation of the equipment. Comments regarding the interaction of components and systems, and their purpose for being provided as part of the building mechancial equipment package are included. It is respectfully requested that this manual not be copied by any means without permission in writing from T.D. Air Balance Service.
 

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Contents

AIR SYSTEMS
1
COOLING SYSTEM
23
HEATING SYSTEMS
33
PLUMBING
47
FIRE PROTECTION
53
TROUBLE EVALUATION PROCEDURES
63
MAINTENANCE SUGGESTIONS
69
ENERGY CONSERVATION CONSIDERATIONS
81
AIR WATER FLOW MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES
89
Back Cover
97
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