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Provide heating coils in overhead ductwork, arranged, sized and controlled by
Provide factory controls and programmable thermostats.
Provide direct exterior access to the mechanical room.
Provide mechanical room ventilation and unit heater.
Provide combustion air for boiler and water heater.
The hot water distribution system shall be provided with duplex pumps.
Provide air-conditioning for all areas in the building, except as noted below.
Suggested engineering approaches include air-cooled split system DX with indoor air
handling units; chilled water; and desicant dryers. Review with Installation Civil
Engineering Office. Unit(s) shall include air-side economizer where required by the
applicable energy code.
Provide electronic humidifiers and humidity controls for year-round relative humidity
Provide 30 percent pre-filters and electrostatic, high efficiency particulate or activated
charcoal as final filters. Selection should be based on cost and local environment.
System shall be designed to meet acoustic criteria recommended by the equipment
Provide a kitchen hood exhaust fan, sized to meet the specified hood performance.
(Coordinate with Food Service Design Consultant.) Provide hood exhaust duct as
required by NFPA 96. Provide make-up air unit and heat recovery capability as
required by the International Energy Conservation Code 2000 or other applicable
local energy code. The kitchen shall not be air-conditioned. Provide dishwasher
exhaust (if dishwashing machine is furnished). Dishwasher exhaust shall be aluminum
or stainless steel, watertight.
Provide exhaust system for the toilets and janitor's closet.
6-3.4 Plumbing Systems
Plumbing systems for the Bowling Center will need to support all of the functions of the facility
and most notably the kitchen. Considerations to be taken into account include the following
Plumbing systems shall be designed according to local code requirements. If local
codes are not in force, the International Plumbing Code (IPC) 2000 shall be used.
Domestic hot water systems shall be designed in accordance with ASHRAE
Standards and 90.1 1999.
Domestic hot water system temperatures shall comply with local Health Codes. If local
codes are not in force, provide a booster heater to provide 180 degrees F. to the
dishwasher (if provided).
Provide separate hand washing stations in the kitchen.
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