Ductwork


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Ductwork

An assembly of ducts and duct fittings, usually of sheet metal, arranged for the distribution of air in air-conditioning and mechanical ventilation systems.

ductwork

The ducts in a heating, ventilating, or air-conditioning system.
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"It is time to embrace new types of materials that help save energy in buildings, and ductwork is an important component of that energy-saving environment," Barnard said.
In countries with leakage-related regulations, such as Sweden, these classes are generally applied to newly constructed ductwork as follows (Guyot and Carrie 2010, Andersson 2013):
Another advantage to the lightweight composition of fabric ductwork systems is that installation time is drastically reduced.
I think proper ductwork and insulation can lead to meaningful savings."
Sneyd said, "Hargreaves has always been a name closely associated with high quality engineering, particularly in the manufacture of high integrity ductwork systems.
The 22 cases covered a wide range of fan types and ductwork conditions in schools, hospitals, offices, banks, and hotels.
The protective coating system prevents corrosion-causing condensation on the exterior of piping, ductwork, and other surfaces wrapped in conventional insulation and cladding.
Design of the single blade slide-gate type fire damper for L x L = [L.sup.2] size square cross-section ductwork is shown in the Fig.
The company provides a range of round, rectangular, oval and spiral ductwork, fittings and accessories for residential and commercial construction.
The current study combines these strategies and investigates how a linear dispersion ductwork system of a large commercial building is affected by the building's envelope.
"If it's a piece of ventilating equipment, it often has a fan with ductwork. The sound from the fan basically follows the air down the ductwork, and wherever there's an opening to deliver the air, the sound comes with it.