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ISO 5221:1984 Air distribution and air diffusion - Rules to methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct

Abbreviation
ISO 5221:1984
Valid from
15/01/1984

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
International Organization for Standardization
Information type
ISO Standard
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PDF


Description

This International Standard gives different methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct which, without the need of calibration, meet various specific requirements in the field of air distribution and air diffusion.

For the purpose of this International Standard an “air handling duct” is defined as a tight section of straight ductwork such that the general conditions for device installation can be met. The cross-section of the duct may be circular or, excluding for device 14, rectangular.

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ISO 5221:1984 Air distribution and air diffusion - Rules to methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct

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ISO 5221:1984 Air distribution and air diffusion - Rules to methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct

Description

This International Standard gives different methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct which, without the need of calibration, meet various specific requirements in the field of air distribution and air diffusion.

For the purpose of this International Standard an “air handling duct” is defined as a tight section of straight ductwork such that the general conditions for device installation can be met. The cross-section of the duct may be circular or, excluding for device 14, rectangular.

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ISO 5221:1984 Air distribution and air diffusion - Rules to methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct
Description

This International Standard gives different methods of measuring air flow rate in an air handling duct which, without the need of calibration, meet various specific requirements in the field of air distribution and air diffusion.

For the purpose of this International Standard an “air handling duct” is defined as a tight section of straight ductwork such that the general conditions for device installation can be met. The cross-section of the duct may be circular or, excluding for device 14, rectangular.

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