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Grilles and Registers

Form #: 630-20
This chapter covers room air distribution: general principles of room air distribution, performance of the supply air outlet, how room air motion is related to outlet performance, outlet selection and the return intake.

Low-Velocity Air Duct Design

Form #: 630-21
This chapter has been prepared to give the reader a basic knowledge of the procedures necessary for low velocity air duct design.

What You Should Know About Flexible Ducts

Form #: 630-64
This chapter covers the selection factors for flexible ducts. They are: friction loss, fire safety, attenuation, heat gain/loss and condensation.

Fire Dampers - Part 1

Form #: 630-86
This chapter acts as a guide for the service technician in checking the operating condition of dampers used for fire protection and for reporting malfunctions and features of the installation that appear to deviate from normally accepted industry practice.

Fire Dampers - Part 2

Form #: 630-87
This chapter is a continuation on fire dampers containing only select illustrations referred to in chapter 630-86, Fire Dampers-Part 1.


Form #: 650-014
Life safety dampers are used in ductwork or other penetrations through walls, floors, roofs, and ceilings to protect against fire, smoke, and radiation. This chapter covers the installation, maintenance, and testing of life safety dampers, and also discusses necessary testing documentation.

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