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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Sneyd said, "Hargreaves has always been a name closely associated with high quality engineering, particularly in the manufacture of high integrity ductwork systems.
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The company provides a range of round, rectangular, oval and spiral ductwork, fittings and accessories for residential and commercial construction.
Recently linear air dispersion ductwork system has been shown to be a promising solution to developing a comfort and efficient environment.
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Nowhere in ACCA Standard 6-2007, ASHRAE/ACCA Standard 180-2008, NAIMA-AH122 and NADCA Standard ACR 2013 is there any indication that "lined ductwork is best left untouched.
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Don't let low-hanging ductwork scuttle your plans for a basement remodel.
To define the available installation envelope, engineers also modeled the building structure and major system components, including ductwork, lighting, fire protection and utilities piping.
The ductwork will be used in the installation of a calomel-based mercury control system required by the NDEP to ensure the company complies with state-mandated mercury emission limits, and to minimise proportion of oxidized (reactive) mercury released to the air.
One of these ideas was the design of a staggered staircase-like ventilation system inside the planks of the walls, creating vents every two to three inches that utilize much less ductwork than a ventilation system that goes straight up the shaft.
The board sustained the ductwork appeal holding that the government had constructively changed the contract by requiring the contractor to follow defective specifications.