1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
3-13.1.3 Distribution System
Pipe and duct insulation.
New or replacement steam traps.
Adjustable flow rates on fans and pumps to carefully match load.
3-13.1.4 HVAC Equipment
System zones based on the Tenant profile of the building.
High-efficiency boilers, furnaces and unit heaters.
Multiple boilers for better part load efficiencies.
Waste heat recovery devices.
High-efficiency air conditioning equipment.
Time clocks and setback thermostats.
Low leakage dampers.
High-efficiency filters to reduce ventilation and power usage.
Computer-based energy management systems.
3-13.1.5 Domestic Hot Water
Insulated water heaters and storage tanks.
Water conserving fixtures.
Time clocks on water heaters.
Waste heat recovery for water heating.
Separate water heaters for kitchen and toilets.
Decreased light levels in noncritical areas.
More efficient fixtures, and better lenses.
Switching to allow for more individual control in unoccupied areas or
naturally lit areas.
High-efficiency exterior lighting with time clock or photocell control.
Daylighting where possible in conjunction with light fixtures with dimming
AntIteRRORIsM FORCe PROteCtIOn
USAR-specific AT/FP criteria, applicable to the Interim AT/FP criteria
document, defines the assembly hall or an auditorium as a "primary gathering structure
or area," where more than 50 people gather in one space. Training centers, DS/GS
maintenance shops, and aviation support facilities are defined as "inhabited structures,"
with a density of more than one person per 400 sf (37 sq m). OMS, AMSA, unheated
storage and warehouse buildings all have a density of less than one person per 400 sf
(37 sq m), and are defined as "uninhabited structures." No USAR-specific AT/FP criteria
has been issued which correlates to UFC 4-010-01, as of the date of publication of this