transfer grille

transfer grille

[′tranz·fər ‚gril]
(engineering)
In an air-conditioning system, a grille that permits air to flow from one space to another; may be one of a pair if installed on opposite sides of a wall or door.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

transfer grille

In an air-conditioning system, a grille which permits air to flow from one space to another; may be one of a pair, installed on opposite sides of a wall, door, etc.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Use a jump duct (Figure 2) or transfer grille (Figure 3), so warm air from the house is pulled into the closet, warming the closet.
Caption: FIGURE 3 Transfer Grille. Warm air from the house is pulled into the closet, warming the closet.
The only exception occurs when the hood at the corner is adjacent to a transfer grille. In this case, the jet from the transfer grille that passes just above and in front of the sash opening falls down into the working zone of the hood as it mixes with the cool supply air from the diffuser.
Sizing the transfer grille is somewhat tricky because the return air plenum is also negatively pressurized.
(4.) "Discussion of the Use of Transfer Grilles to Facilitate Return Air Flow in Central Return Systems." http://tinyurl.com/o4sghcf; and "Discussion of the Use of Transfer Grilles to Facilitate ReturnAir Flow in Central Return Systems." http://tinyurl.com/ovabs66 are two examples.
This is accomplished with mechanical ventilation systems, which include transfer grilles in each room to relieve the room's pressure while keeping the airflow at a predetermined rate.
Project coordinators paid special attention to product off-gassing in this house by incorporating elements like 100 percent nylon carpet, low-emission cabinets, air transfer grilles over interior doors, and zero-volatile organic compound (VOC) wall paint.
He pushed mastic and duct testing ** and pressure balancing via jump ducts (Figure 2a) and transfer grilles (Figure 2b).
Use transfer grilles and transoms to bleed the pressure from rooms with doors (Figure 3).