By James E. Brumbaugh
- The 3rd ebook within the finished, up to date HVAC Library, a hands-on guide-book for install, carrier, and service for HVAC gear and elements, with specified assurance of air con
- Covers simple set up, upkeep, and service of radiant heating structures, radiators, convectors, unit heating platforms, fireplaces, stoves, chimneys, water heat-ers, indoor/outdoor pool warmers, warmth pumps, lovers, exhaust platforms, air cleaners and filters, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers
- Contains precise sections on fitting air con in new and older building, together with air-con calculations
- Includes appendices that includes a exchange association directory, formulation move reference, info tables with conversions, and a producer directory for the goods coated within the e-book
- Unique insurance and association in addition to least expensive expense make this perfect reference for the professional HVAC tech, apprentice, or exchange college student
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Qxd 7/3/04 3:04 AM Page 10 Quark03 Quark03:Desktop Folder:GK030-Brumbaugh- 10 Chapter 1 UNION T-FITTING 90° ELBOW FEMALE ADAPTER MALE ADAPTER REDUCER 3⁄ " 4 1⁄ 2" RIGID PIPE FEMALE ADAPTER RIGID PIPE END CAP MALE ADAPTER BRANCH FITTING 90° ELBOW Figure 1-5 COPPER T-FITTING 45° ELBOW Some examples of copper tubing fittings. are best for this purpose and are generally preferred for floor panels. The spacing between the tubing should be uniform and restricted to 12 inches or less. Use soldered joints to make connections between sections of tubing or pipe.
Air in the pipes or pipe coils almost always results in a reduction of heat. A practical method of venting is shown in Figure 1-21. The key to this method is the use of automatic air vents. Each air vent should be located in an area readily accessible for repair. The air trap test cock should be placed where it can be easily operated. Both the air trap and the air trap test cock must be located where they are not subject to freeze-up, as both are noncirculating except during venting operation (automatic or manual).
6. Determine the most efficient and economical means of sup- plying heat to the panel. 7. Install adequate insulation on the reverse side and edges of the panel to prevent undesirable heat loss. 8. Install the panels opposite room areas where the greater heat loss occurs. qxd 7/3/04 3:04 AM Page 33 Quark03 Quark03:Desktop Folder:GK030-Brumbaugh- Radiant Heating 33 A B M M H P P R K H P C H Y G M K F G D F E G N G Symbols: Indicates downward grade of tubing. A automatic air trap at top of main flow riser; B automatic air trap at top of main return riser; C automatic air trap at top of special loop K required by possible obstruction and when small size vent by-pass is also not permissible at Y ; D heater; E pump; F check valve; G drain valve; H heating panel coil; K loop in main flow (See C ); M trap shut-off valve (for repair); N expansion tank; P manual test cock (air trap); R open and automatic vent tube (1⁄2 in.