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Air Flow and Evaporator Load

Chapter #: 08150
Chapter Name: Greater Detroit
Reported By: Reinhard Hurt
Officer Title: VP
Defined Title:
City: Detroit
State/Province: MI
Number In Attendance: 14
Meeting Date: 10/11/2017
Meeting Type: Education
Educational Program Subject: Air Flow and Evaporator Load
Speaker Name: Al D'Ambola
Company: Danfoss
Minutes: 11 members and 3 guests saw a slide presentation on air flow verification, using fan curves, static pressures, and tach; learned how to analyze static readings, filter, coil, supply and return duct static budgets; duct sizing design parameters that are different from standard rules, how the history of thousands of tests show duct designs are improper, and more.
 
 
 
 
 
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