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ALL ABOUT MECHANICAL HVAC IN MEP SERVICES

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HVAC TERMINOLOGY & DEFINITIONS

Air Conditioning, Cooling Load, Cooling Tower, Demand Based Ventilation, Duct System, Economizer, Air, Energy Recovery Unit, Evaporative...

CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

1. The conditioning process takes place outside the place is to be conditioned. 2. Air is conditioned in a plant and an air handle may be...

DESIGN CONSIDERATION FOR HVAC

Cooling and heating load estimate shall be carried out prior to design and installation of HVAC equipment. Calculation of cooling and...

AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Air distribution refers to the distribution of air to and from conditioned spaces within a building. An air distribution system includes...

INSTALLATION OF AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

Installation of Chiller, Installation of Pump, Installation of Cooling Tower, Installation of Air Handling Unit (AHU), Installation of Air...

INSTALLATION OF SPLIT AIR CONDITIONERS

Split air conditioners shall be installed as per the procedure given below. i) The outside unit shall be installed on a place solid enough...

VRF SYSTEMS

Introduction Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems vary the flow of refrigerant to indoor units based on demand. This ability to control...

ABOUT THE LIFT AND THEIR COMPONENTS

Space limitation and compact building designs in construction of multi-storeyed buildings necessitating lifts or elevators in buildings...

LIFT ARRANGEMENTS AND PLANNING DIMENSIONS

The appropriate aspect of lift installation shall be discussed during the preliminary planning of the building with all concerned parties...

TYPES OF LIFTS

There are many different types of lift which can be used in different applications, serving different purposes...

TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND SELECTION OF LIFTS

A lift traffic analysis studies the performance of a group of lifts, based on assumptions about the expected traffic situation...

NATURAL VENTILATION

Natural ventilation is the process of supplying and removing air through a space by natural means it can be achieved with open able wind...

DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR NATURAL VENTILATION

1) A building need not necessarily be oriented perpendicular to the prevailing outdoor wind it may be oriented at any convenient angle...

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

It is the means by which building occupants access specific areas of a building, including: internal stairs. internal ramps. elevators...

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