Industrial Ventilation


Industrial Ventilation

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1 INTRODUCTION

1-1 SCOPE

2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

2-1 GENERAL CRITERIA
2-2 COORDINATION
2-3 DESIGN PROCEDURE
2-4 DESIGN CRITERIA
2-4.1 Ductwork
2-4.2 Fans
2-4.3 Exhaust stacks
2-4.4 Air Pollution Control Equipment
2-4.5 Replacement Air
2-5 CONTROLS
2-5.1 Gauges and Sensors
2-5.2 Interlocks
2-5.3 Annunciator Panel
2-6 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
2-6.1 Provision for System Testing
2-6.2 Energy Conservation
2-6.3 Recirculation
2-6.4 Maintenance
2-7 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS
2-7.1 Posting
2-7.2 Noise
2-7.3 Respiratory Protection
2-7.4 Emergency Showers and Eyewash Stations
2-7.5 Hygiene Facilities
2-8 COMMISSIONING

CHAPTER 3 ASBESTOS DELAGGING FACILITIES
3-1 FUNCTION
3-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
3-2.1 Airborne Contamination
3-2.2 Heat Stress
3-2.3 Employee Workflow
3-3 TYPICAL FLOOR PLANS
3-4 DESIGN CRITERIA
3-5 EXHAUST AIR
3-5.1 Hood Design
3-5.3 Ductwork
3-5.4 Fans
3-5.5 Weather Stack Design and Location
3-5.6 Air Cleaning Devices
3-5.7 Industrial Vacuum System
3-5.8 Replacement Air
3-5.9 System Controls
3-6 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

4 OTTO FUEL II FACILITIES

4-1 FUNCTION
4-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
4-3 DESIGN CRITERIA
4.3.1 Exhaust Air for MK-46 Ventilated Spaces
4-3.2 Exhaust Air for MK-48 Ventilated Spaces
4-3.3 Weather Stack Design and Location
4-3.4 Air Cleaning Devices
4-3.5 Replacement Air
4-3.6 Heating and Air Conditioning
4-4 SYSTEM CONTROLS
4-5 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS
4-5.1 Emergency Eyewash and Shower Stations

5 FIBERGLASS REINFORCED PLASTIC FABRICATION AND REPAIR FACILITIES

5-1 FUNCTION
5-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
5-3 FLOOR PLAN
5-4 DESIGN CRITERIA
5-4.1 Exhaust Air System
5-4.2 Hood Design
5-4.3 Ductwork
5-4.4 Fans
5-4.5 Weather Stack Design and Location
5-4.6 Air Cleaning Devices
5-4.7 Industrial Vacuum System
5-5 REPLACEMENT AIR
5-6 SYSTEM CONTROLS
5-7 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

6 ABRASIVE BLASTING FACILITIES

6-1 FUNCTION
6-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
6-3 DESIGN CRITERIA
6-3.1 Exhaust Air
6-3.2 Blasting Cabinets
6-3.3 Walk-in Blasting Enclosures
6-3.4 Access Doors and Observation Windows
6-3.5 Air Cleaning Devices
6-3.6 Recirculation
6-3.7 Media Reclamation
6-3.8 Ductwork
6-3.9 Fans
6-3.10 Weather Stack Design and Location
6-3.11 Replacement Air Ventilation Systems
6-3.12 Heating and Air Conditioning
6-3.13 System Controls
6-4 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS
6-4.1 Respiratory Protection
6-4.2 Air Supply and Air Compressors
6-4.3 Noise
6-4.5 Hygiene Facilities

7 WOOD SHOP FACILITIES

7-1 FUNCTION
7-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
7-3 FLOOR PLAN CRITERIA
7-4 DESIGN CRITERIA
7-4.1 Exhaust Air System
7-4.2 Hood Design
7-4.3 Floor Sweeps
7-4.4 Ductwork
7-4.5 Blast Gates
7-4.6 Duct Support
7-4.7 Clean Out Panels
7-4.8 Exhaust Fans
7-4.9 Weather Stack Design and Location
7-4.10 Air Cleaning Devices
7-4.11 Heating and Air Conditioning
7-5 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

8 BATTERY MAINTENANCE FACILITIES
8-1 FUNCTION
8-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATONS
8-3 DESIGN CRITERIA
8-3.1 Exhaust System
8-3.2 Ductwork
8-3.3 Fans and Motors
8-3.4 Weather Stack Design and Location
8-3.5 Air Cleaning Device
8-3.6 Replacement Air
8-3.7 System Controls
8-4 SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

9 PAINT SPRAY BOOTHS

9-1 FUNCTION
9-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
9-2.1 Painting Equipment Types
9-3 DESIGN CRITERIA
9-3.1 Walk-In Spray Paint Booths
9-3.2 Storage and Mixing Room
9-3.3 Paint Mix Hoods
9-4 FANS AND MOTORS
9-5 REPLACEMENT AIR
9-5.1 Air Distribution
9-5.2 Heating and Air Conditioning
9-6 SYSTEM CONTROLS
9-7 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

10 AIRCRAFT CORROSION CONTROL HANGARS

10-1 FUNCTION
10-2 OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
10-3 DESIGN CRITERIA
10-3.1 Exhaust Air System
10-3.2 Ventilation System Configurations
10-3.3 Exhaust Filtration System
10-3.4 Auxiliary Walk-in Paint Spray Room
10-3.5 Storage and Mixing Room
10-3.6 Paint Mixing Hood
10-4 FANS AND MOTORS
10-5 REPLACEMENT AIR
10-5.1 Heating and Air Conditioning
10-6 SYSTEM CONTROLS
10-7 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

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25 thoughts on “Industrial Ventilation

  1. scott barnhart

    i am trying to download the pdf1 on the industrial ventilation. i can only get to page27 before my computer gives me a reading error. is there missing pages on your pdf file?

    Reply
  2. Sam

    The ventilation section can also cover the importance of adequate ventilation in hazardous areas (that contain explosive vapors and dusts). There have been several accidents in the past due to this.

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  4. ricarlop77

    does anyone know where to find the book from acgih “industrial ventilation: a manual of recommended pratice”?

    Reply
  5. Amelia

    Hi,

    Anyone knows where to get this book “Industrial Ventilation: A manual of recommended practice”?

    Thanks

    Reply

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