Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: ENERGY STANDARD FOR BUILDINGS EXCEPT LOW-RISE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS *** ALSO SEE ASHRAE STD 90.1 SI *** *** ADDENDAS A, C, D, E, G, H, J, K, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, Z, AA, AC, AD, AE, AG, AK, BM, DX AND INCLUDES SUPPLEMENT 2015 ***
Supplier: Alfa Laval Inc.
Description: where the primary driving force is energy efficiency improvement, especially at part load conditions. This demand is being driven by different regional energy efficiency standards such as ASHRAE 90.1 or Eurovent chillers certification program. Technology The Alfa Laval FEV-HP evaporator series has
- Application: Condensate Control
- Process: Other
- Features: Horizontal
- Operation: Production
Supplier: United Refrigeration, Inc.
Description: Meets ASHRAE 90.1 - 2001 standards Cabinet and Construction Pre-painted galvanized steel cabinet for long life and quality appearance Commercial strength base rails with built-in rigging capability Non-corrosive, sloped condensate drain pan, meets ASHRAE 62 Controls and Operation Dual, electrically
- Type: Packaged Terminal (PTAC)
- Operating Voltage: 230 VAC
- Phase: Three Phase
Supplier: Peerless Boilers
Description: in one device for simple, dependable operation. Five and six-section boilers are also available with optional standing pilot ignition. The Series GM five and six-section boilers exceed the federal standards for residential AFUE and the seven and eight-section boilers meet the ASHRAE 90.1 efficiency
- Heat Output (Capacity): 54.81 kW
- Type: Hot Water
- Technology: Cast Iron
- Fuel Type / Heat Source: Gas (Natural / Propane)
Description: REDB also offers the additional feature of a dedicated Re-Heat Pump™ maintains dehumidification even when the demand for cooling is minimal. And, more importantly, it complies with ASHRAE Standard 90.1, Paragraph 3.3.
- Type: Central
- Industry: Commercial, Industrial
- Specialized Application: Spot Cooling, Telecommunications
- Cooling Capacity: 76.79 kW
Description: REDB also offers the additional feature of a dedicated Re-Heat Pump™ maintains dehumidification even when the demand for cooling is minimal. And, more importantly, it complies with ASHRAE Standard 90.1, Paragraph 3.3. MAPS III packaged direct expansion rooftops are designed to cool and heat
- Fuel / Energy Source: Electric
- Heating Capacity: 39 to 88 kW
- Phase: Three Phase
- AC Voltage Required: 208 to 575 volts
Gas Heaters and Propane Heaters - Reznor® SHH Series 91% Efficient Separated-combustion Pre-Engineered Air-Handlers -- Model SHH350E
Description: airflow data are supported by AMCA tested and rated airflow performance curves. The energy usage of the system has been designed to meet the current ASHRAE Standard 90.1 (maximum 1.2 bhp per 1000 cfm).
- Applications: Other
- Heating Capacity: 92.02 kW
- Insulation Options: Fiberglass Insulation, Other
- Features: Indirect Fired, Internal Temperature Detector, Microprocessor Controlled, Overheat Protection, Thermostat
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Exceed Prescriptive R-Value Requirements With Continuous Insulation (.pdf)
ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) standard 90.1 defines continuous insulation ("ci") as "insulation that is continuous across all structural members without thermal bridges other than fasteners and service openings. It is installed on the interior
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Federal Register > Tuesday, January 17, 2012 > [77 FR 2356] Energy Conservation Program for Certain Industrial Equipment: Energy Conservation Standards and Tes...
… the time specified that the standard did not cover "equipment and portions of building systems that use energy primarily to provide for industrial, manufacturing, or commercial processes." (See section 2.3(c) of ASHRAE 90.1 standards prior to ASHRAE Standard …
Federal Register > Thursday, January 8, 2015 > [80 FR 1172] Energy Conservation Program for Certain Industrial Equipment: Energy Conservation Standards and Tes...
DOE strives to consider such early adoption in its analysis to the extent that further energy savings associated with DOE's adoption of either the ASHRAE 90.1 standard level or a more-stringent standard level would be negated or reduced.