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SPECIAL NOTE, This American National Standard ANS is a national voluntary consensus standard developed under the auspices of the American. Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers ASHRAE Consensus is defined by the American National Standards. Institute ANSI of which ASHRAE is a member and which has approved this standard as an ANS as substantial agreement reached by. directly and materially affected interest categories This signifies the concurrence of more than a simple majority but not necessarily unanimity. Consensus requires that all views and objections be considered and that an effort be made toward their resolution Compliance with this. standard is voluntary until and unless a legal jurisdiction makes compliance mandatory through legislation. ASHRAE obtains consensus through participation of its national and international members associated societies and public review. ASHRAE Standards are prepared by a Project Committee appointed specifically for the purpose of writing the Standard The Project. Committee Chair and Vice Chair must be members of ASHRAE while other committee members may or may not be ASHRAE members all. must be technically qualified in the subject area of the Standard Every effort is made to balance the concerned interests on all Project. Committees, The Assistant Director of Technology for Standards and Special Projects of ASHRAE should be contacted for. a interpretation of the contents of this Standard, b participation in the next review of the Standard. c offering constructive criticism for improving the Standard or. d permission to reprint portions of the Standard,DISCLAIMER. ASHRAE uses its best efforts to promulgate Standards and Guidelines for the benefit of the public in light of available information and. accepted industry practices However ASHRAE does not guarantee certify or assure the safety or performance of any products components. or systems tested installed or operated in accordance with ASHRAE s Standards or Guidelines or that any tests conducted under its. Standards or Guidelines will be nonhazardous or free from risk. ASHRAE INDUSTRIAL ADVERTISING POLICY ON STANDARDS, ASHRAE Standards and Guidelines are established to assist industry and the public by offering a uniform method of testing for rating.
purposes by suggesting safe practices in designing and installing equipment by providing proper definitions of this equipment and by providing. other information that may serve to guide the industry The creation of ASHRAE Standards and Guidelines is determined by the need for them. and conformance to them is completely voluntary, In referring to this Standard or Guideline and in marking of equipment and in advertising no claim shall be made either stated or implied. that the product has been approved by ASHRAE,Committee Listings for Addenda a b and c. ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 90 1,Cognizant TC TC 7 6 Systems Energy Utilization. SPLS Liaisons Hugh F Crowther and Ross Montgomery,ASHRAE Staff Liaison Steven C Ferguson. IESNA Liaison Rita M Harrold, Jerry W White Jr Chair Jason J Glazer John Montgomery.
James M Calm Vice Chair S Pekka Hakkarainen Frank T Morrison. Michael Schwedler Vice Chair Susanna S Hanson Frank Myers. Karim Amrane Richard V Heinisch Eric E Richman,Wagdy Anis Ned B Heminger Michael I Rosenberg. Anthony Arbore John F Hogan Steven Rosenstock,William P Bahnfleth William G Holy. David A Schaaf Jr,Peter A Baselici Hyman M Kaplan,Leonard C Sciarra. Denise M Beach Larry Kouma,Dennis Sczomak,Donald L Beaty Ronald D Kurtz. Bipin Vadilal Shah,Donald M Brundage Samantha H LaFleur.
Stephen V Skalko,Ken Brendan Michael D Lane,Maria Spinu. Ernest A Conrad Dean E Lewis,Frank A Stanonik,Charles C Cottrell Richard Lord. Roy Crane Kenneth Luther Cedric S Trueman,Keith I Emerson Ronald Majette Martha G VanGeem. Drake H Erbe Itzhak H Maor McHenry Wallace Jr, Charles R Foster III Merle F McBride Richard D Watson. Allan Fraser Michael W Mehl David Weitz,James A Garrigus Harry P Misuriello Robin Wilson.
Denotes members of voting status when this standard was approved for publication. ASHRAE STANDARDS COMMITTEE 2006 2007,David E Knebel Chair James D Lutz. Stephen D Kennedy Vice Chair Carol E Marriott,Michael F Beda Merle F McBride. Donald L Brandt Mark P Modera,Steven T Bushby Ross D Montgomery. Paul W Cabot H Michael Newman,Hugh F Crowther Stephen V Santoro. Samuel D Cummings Jr Lawrence J Schoen,Robert G Doerr Stephen V Skalko.
Roger L Hedrick Bodh R Subherwal,John F Hogan Jerry W White Jr. Eli P Howard III James E Woods,Frank E Jakob Richard D Hermans BOD ExO. Jay A Kohler Hugh D McMillan III CO, Claire B Ramspeck Assistant Director of Technology for Standards and Special Projects. Committee Listings for Addenda g h i j k l n p q y ad and aw. ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 90 1,Cognizant TC TC 7 6 Systems Energy Utilization. SPLS Liaison Frank Jakob,ASHRAE Staff Liaison Steven C Ferguson.
IESNA Liaison Rita M Harrold,Schwedler Mick Chair Drake Erbe Michael Mehl. Hydeman Mark Vice Chair Charles Foster Harry Misuriello. Skalko Stephen V Vice Chair Allan Fraser John Montgomery. Jerine Ahmed Jim Garrigus Frank Morrison,Karim Amrane Jason Glazer Eric Richman. Wagdy Anis Pekka Hakkarainen Michael Rosenberg,Susan Anderson Susanna Hanson Steven Rosenstock. Anthony Arbore Richard Heinisch David Schaaf,Peter Baselici Ned Heminger Leonard Sciarra. Randy Blanchette John Hogan Dennis Sczomak,Jeff Boldt Larry Kouma Maria Spinu.
Larry Brown Ronald Kurtz Frank Stanonik,Dave Branson Michael Lane Jeff Stein. Donald Brundage John Lewis Christian Taber,Ken Brendan Richard Lord Mike Tillou. Jim Calm Ken Luther Martha VanGeem,Ernest Conrad Ronald Majette McHenry Wallace. Charles Cottrell Itzhak Maor Richard Watson,Craig Drumheller Merle McBride David Weitz. Keith Emerson Ray McGowan Jerry White,Robin Wilson.
Denotes members of voting status when the document was approved for publication. ASHRAE STANDARDS COMMITTEE 2007 2008,Stephen D Kennedy Chair Nadar R Jayaraman. Hugh F Crowther Vice Chair Byron W Jones,Robert G Baker Jay A Kohler. Michael F Beda James D Lutz,Donald L Brandt Carol E Marriott. Steven T Bushby R Michael Martin,Paul W Cabot Merle F McBride. Kenneth W Cooper Frank Myers,Samuel D Cummings Jr H Michael Newman.
K William Dean Lawrence J Schoen,Robert G Doerr Bodh R Subherwal. Roger L Hedrick Jerry W White Jr,Eli P Howard III Bjarne W Olesen BOD ExO. Frank E Jakob Lynn G Bellenger CO, Claire B Ramspeck Assistant Director of Technology for Standards and Special Projects. Committee Listings for Addenda m s t u and w,ASHRAE Standard Project Committee 90 1. Cognizant TC TC 7 6 Systems Energy Utilization, SPLS Liaison Frank Jakob IESNA Liaison Rita M Harrold ASHRAE Staff Liaison Steven C Ferguson.
Schwedler Mick Chair Drake Erbe Michael Mehl, Hydeman Mark Vice Chair Charles Foster Harry Misuriello. Skalko Stephen V Vice Chair Allan Fraser John Montgomery. Jerine Ahmed Jim Garrigus Frank Morrison,Karim Amrane Jason Glazer Eric Richman. Wagdy Anis Pekka Hakkarainen Michael Rosenberg,Susan Anderson Susanna Hanson Steven Rosenstock. Anthony Arbore Richard Heinisch David Schaaf,Peter Baselici Ned Heminger Leonard Sciarra. Randy Blanchette John Hogan Dennis Sczomak,Jeff Boldt Larry Kouma Maria Spinu.
Larry Brown Ronald Kurtz Frank Stanonik,Dave Branson Michael Lane Jeff Stein. Donald Brundage John Lewis Christian Taber,Ken Brendan Richard Lord Mike Tillou. Jim Calm Ken Luther Martha VanGeem,Ernest Conrad Ronald Majette McHenry Wallace. Charles Cottrell Itzhak Maor Richard Watson,Craig Drumheller Merle McBride David Weitz. Keith Emerson Ray McGowan Jerry White,Robin Wilson.
Denotes members of voting status when the document was approved for publication. ASHRAE STANDARDS COMMITTEE 2008 2009,Hugh F Crowther Chair Carol E Marriott. Steven T Bushby Vice Chair R Michael Martin,Robert G Baker Merle F McBride. Michael F Beda Frank Myers,Donald L Brandt H Michael Newman. Paul W Cabot Janice C Peterson,Kenneth W Cooper Douglas T Reindl. Samuel D Cummings Jr Lawrence J Schoen,K William Dean Boggarm S Setty.
Robert G Doerr Bodh R Subherwal,Allan B Fraser William F Walter. Nadar R Jayaraman Michael W Woodford,Byron W Jones David E Knebel BOD ExO. Jay A Kohler Andrew K Persily CO,Claire B Ramspeck Director of Technology. ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addenda to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007. Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low Rise Residential Buildings. SECTION PAGE,Addendum a 5,Addendum b 7,Addendum c 8. Addendum g 9,Addendum h 31,Addendum i 33,Addendum j 38.
Addendum k 39,Addendum l 43,Addendum m 45,Addendum n 50. Addendum p 52,Addendum q 54,Addendum s 55,Addendum t 60. Addendum u 62,Addendum w 63,Addendum y 64,Addendum ad 65. Addendum aw 66,Appendix 67, When addenda interpretations or errata to this standard have been approved they can be downloaded free of. charge from the ASHRAE Web site at www ashrae org,Copyright 2009 American Society of Heating.
Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers Inc,1791 Tullie Circle NE. Atlanta GA 30329,www ashrae org,All rights reserved. This foreword is not part of this standard It is merely informative and does not contain requirements necessary for. conformance to the standard It has not been processed according to the ANSI requirements for a standard and may. contain material that has not been subject to public review or a consensus process Unresolved objectors on informative. material are not offered the right to appeal at ASHRAE or ANSI. Efficiency and certification requirements for open cooling towers were first incorporated into the 2001 edition of Standard. 90 1 At the time closed circuit cooling towers were known as fluid coolers with no established certification program and were. not covered by these requirements Since then however fluid coolers have become known as closed circuit cooling towers and. the Cooling Technology Institute adopted a certification standard that covers this equipment This has led to confusion in the. industry with consulting engineers and inspectors on occasion trying to apply the current open circuit cooling tower requirements. in the standard to closed circuit cooling towers This addendum seeks to clarify that the current cooling tower requirements in the. standard apply to open circuit cooling towers only until such time that separate requirements for closed circuit cooling towers are. established in the standard, Note In this addendum changes to the current standard are indicated in the text by underlining for additions and. strikethrough for deletions unless the instructions specifically mention some other means of indicating the changes. Addendum a to 90 1 2007,Revise Table 6 8 1G as follows I P units. TABLE 6 8 1G Performance Requirements for Heat Rejection Equipment. Total System Heat,Performance, Equipment Type d Rejection Capacity Subcategory or Rating Condition Test Procedurec.
Requireda b,at Rated Conditions,95 F Entering Water. Propeller or Axial Fan CTI ATC 105 and,All 85 F Leaving Water 38 2 gpm hp. Open Cooling Towers CTI STD 201,75 F wb Outdoor air. 95 F Entering Water,Centrifugal Fan Open CTI ATC 105 and. All 85 F Leaving Water 20 0 gpm hp,Cooling Towers CTI STD 201.
75 F wb Outdoor air,125 F Condensing Temperature,R 22 Test Fluid. Air Cooled Condensers All 190 F Entering Gas Temperature 176 000 Btu h hp ARI 460. 15 F Subcooling,95 F Entering db, For purposes of this table open cooling tower performance is defined as the maximum flow rating of the tower at the thermal rating condition listed in Table 6 8 1G divided by the. fan nameplate rated motor power, b For purposes of this table air cooled condenser performance is defined as the heat rejected from the refrigerant divided by the fan nameplate rated motor power. c Section 12 contains a complete specification of the referenced test procedure including the referenced year version of the test procedure. The efficiencies for open cooling towers listed in Table 6 8 1G are not applicable for closed circuit cooling towers. ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum a to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007 5. Revise Table 6 8 1G as follows S I units, TABLE 6 8 1G Performance Requirements for Heat Rejection Equipment. Total System Heat,Performance, Equipment Type d Rejection Capacity Subcategory or Rating Condition Test Procedurec.
Requireda b,at Rated Conditions,35 C Entering Water. Propeller or Axial Fan CTI ATC 105 and,All 29 C Leaving Water 3 23 L s kW. Open Cooling Towers CTI STD 201,24 C wb Outdoor air. 35 C Entering Water,Centrifugal Fan Open CTI ATC 105 and. All 29 C Leaving Water 1 7 L s kW,Cooling Towers CTI STD 201.
24 C wb Outdoor air,52 C Condensing Temperature,R 22 Test Fluid. Air Cooled Condensers All 88 C Entering Gas Temperature 69 COP ARI 460. 8 C Subcooling,35 C Entering db, For purposes of this table open cooling tower performance is defined as the maximum flow rating of the tower at the thermal rating condition listed in Table 6 8 1G divided by the. fan nameplate rated motor power, b For purposes of this table air cooled condenser performance is defined as the heat rejected from the refrigerant divided by the fan nameplate rated motor power. Section 12 contains a complete specification of the referenced test procedure including the referenced year version of the test procedure. The efficiencies for open cooling towers listed in Table 6 8 1G are not applicable for closed circuit cooling towers. 6 ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum a to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007. This foreword is not part of this standard It is merely allows for another higher outdoor ventilation rate to be set by. informative and does not contain requirements necessary the regulating body for these specific applications. for conformance to the standard It has not been, processed according to the ANSI requirements for a Note In this addendum changes to the current standard. standard and may contain material that has not been are indicated in the text by underlining for additions and. subject to public review or a consensus process strikethrough for deletions unless the instructions specifi. Unresolved objectors on informative material are not cally mention some other means of indicating the changes. offered the right to appeal at ASHRAE or ANSI,Addendum b to 90 1 2007.
Some facilities covered by Standard 90 1 are challenged Revise the exceptions in Section 6 5 2 3 as follows I P. and S I units, to demonstrate compliance with fan power limitations. requirements of Standard 90 1 while including design features 6 5 2 3. protecting the safety of inhabitants and compliance of other. applicable standards codes laws or regulations These facili Exceptions. ties often require compliance with NIH NFPA and other stan a The system is capable of reducing supply air volume to. dards with air control and conditioning more stringent than 50 or less of the design airflow rate or the minimum. Standard 90 1 and 62 1 requirements An example of these outdoor air ventilation rate specified in 6 2 of ASHRAE. facilities is vivariums In exception section 6 5 2 3 a of Stan Standard 62 1 or other applicable federal state or local. dard 90 1 2004 the reference to the requirements of Standard code or recognized standard whichever is larger before. 62 1 as the minimum ventilation required is an example of this simultaneous heating and cooling takes place. conflict This addendum corrects the reference by eliminating. the specific section and denoting only Standard 62 1 and The remainder of Section 6 5 2 3 remains unchanged. ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum b to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007 7. This foreword is not part of this standard It is merely Note In this addendum changes to the current standard. informative and does not contain requirements necessary are indicated in the text by underlining for additions and. for conformance to the standard It has not been strikethrough for deletions unless the instructions specifi. processed according to the ANSI requirements for a cally mention some other means of indicating the changes. standard and may contain material that has not been. subject to public review or a consensus process, Unresolved objectors on informative material are not Addendum c to 90 1 2007. offered the right to appeal at ASHRAE or ANSI, Revise the exceptions in Section 6 5 2 3 as follows I P. FOREWORD and S I units, Some facilities covered by Standard 90 1 are challenged 6 5 2 3. to demonstrate compliance with fan power limitations Exceptions. requirements of Standard 90 1 while including design features d Systems serving spaces where specific humidity levels. protecting the safety of inhabitants and compliance of other are required to satisfy process needs such as vivariums. applicable standards codes laws or regulations These facili museums surgical suites and buildings with refrigerating. ties often require compliance with NIH NFPA and other stan systems such as supermarkets refrigerated warehouses. dards with air control and conditioning more stringent than and ice arenas This exception also applies to other appli. Standard 90 1 and 62 1 requirements An example of these cations for which fan volume controls in accordance with. facilities is vivariums In ASHRAE Standard 90 1 2004 Sec Exception a are proven to be impractical to the. tion 6 5 2 3 Exception d this application was not included enforcement agency. This addendum adds vivariums to the list of spaces that. require specific humidity levels to satisfy process needs The remainder of Section 6 5 2 3 remains unchanged. 8 ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum c to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007. This foreword is not part of this standard It is merely strikethrough for deletions unless the instructions specifi. informative and does not contain requirements necessary cally mention some other means of indicating the changes. for conformance to the standard It has not been, processed according to the ANSI requirements for a Addendum g to Standard 90 1 2007.
standard and may contain material that has not been. subject to public review or a consensus process,Revise the standard as follows I P and SI units. Unresolved objectors on informative material are not. offered the right to appeal at ASHRAE or ANSI,Add the following definition to Section 3 2. liner system Ls a continuous vapor barrier liner installed. This addendum updates the building envelope criteria for. metal buildings for the first time since Standard 90 1 1999 below the purlins and uninterrupted by framing members. Other envelope criteria were updated through addenda as and. at to Standard 90 1 2004 Add the following abbreviation to Section 3 3. Note In this addendum changes to the current standard. are indicated in the text by underlining for additions and Ls liner system. ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum g to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007 9. Modify Section 5 as follows I P units, TABLE 5 5 1 Building Envelope Requirements For Climate Zone 1 A B. Nonresidential Residential Semiheated, Opaque Elements Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation. Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value. Insulation Entirely above Deck U 0 063 R 15 0 c i U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 218 R 3 8 ci. U 1 280 NR,Metal Buildinga U 0 065 R 19 0 U 0 065 R 19 0.
U 0 167 R 6 0, Attic and Other U 0 034 R 30 0 U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 081 R 13 0. Walls Above Grade,Mass U 0 580 NR U 0 151ab R 5 7 c i ab U 0 580 NR. U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 113 R 13 0 U 1 180 NR,Metal Building. U 0 093 R 16 0 U 0 093 R 16 0 U 0 113 R 13 0, Steel Framed U 0 124 R 13 0 U 0 124 R 13 0 U 0 352 NR. Wood Framed and Other U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 292 NR. Walls Below Grade,Below Grade Wall C 1 140 NR C 1 140 NR C 1 140 NR.
Mass U 0 322 NR U 0 322 NR U 0 322 NR,Steel Joist U 0 350 NR U 0 350 NR U 0 350 NR. Wood Framed and Other U 0 282 NR U 0 282 NR U 0 282 NR. Slab On Grade Floors,Unheated F 0 730 NR F 0 730 NR F 0 730 NR. Heated F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in. Opaque Doors,Swinging U 0 700 U 0 700 U 0 700,Nonswinging U 1 450 U 1 450 U 1 450. Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max. Fenestration,Max U SHGC Max U SHGC Max U SHGC,Vertical Glazing 0 40 of Wall. Nonmetal framing all bc U 1 20 U 1 20 U 1 20,Metal framing.
U 1 20 U 1 20 U 1 20, curtainwall storefront cd SHGC 0 25 all SHGC 0 25 all SHGC NR all. Metal framing entrance door cd U 1 20 U 1 20 U 1 20. Metal framing all other cd U 1 20 U 1 20 U 1 20,Skylight with Curb Glass of Roof. Uall 1 98 SHGCall 0 36 Uall 1 98 SHGCall 0 19 Uall 1 98 SHGCall NR. U 1 98 SHGC 0 19 U 1 98 SHGC 0 16 U 1 98 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all all all all all all NR. Skylight with Curb Plastic of Roof, 0 2 0 Uall 1 90 SHGCall 0 34 Uall 1 90 SHGCall 0 27 Uall 1 90 SHGCall NR. U 1 90 SHGC 0 27 U 1 90 SHGC 0 27 U 1 90 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all all all all all all NR.
Skylight without Curb All of Roof,0 2 0 all 1 36 SHGC. all 0 36 U,all 1 36 SHGC,all 0 19 U,all 1 36 SHGC,U 1 36 SHGC 0 19 U 1 36 SHGC 0 19 U 1 36 SHGC. 2 1 5 0 all all all all all all NR, The following definitions apply c i continuous insulation see Section 3 2 NR no insulation requirement. When using R value compliance method a thermal spacer block is required otherwise use the U factor compliance method See Table A2 3. Exception to Section A3 1 3 1 applies, bcNonmetal framing includes framing materials other than metal with or without metal reinforcing or cladding. Metal framing includes metal framing with or without thermal break The all other subcategory includes operable windows fixed windows and non entrance doors. 10 ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum g to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007. TABLE 5 5 2 Building Envelope Requirements For Climate Zone 2 A B. Nonresidential Residential Semiheated, Opaque Elements Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation.
Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value. Insulation Entirely above Deck U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 218 R 3 8 c i. Metal Buildinga U 0 065 R 19 0 U 0 065 R 19 0 U 0 167 R 6 0. U 0 055 R 13 0 R 13 0 U 0 055 R 13 0 R 13 0 U 0 097 R 10 0. Attic and Other U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 081 R 13 0. Walls Above Grade, Mass U 0 151ab R5 7 c i ab U 0 123 R 7 6 c i U 0 580 NR. Metal Building U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 184 R 6 0. U 0 093 R 16 0 U 0 093 R 16 0 U 0 113 R 13 0, Steel Framed U 0 124 R 13 0 U 0 064 R 13 0 R 7 5 c i U 0 124 R 13 0. Wood Framed and Other U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 089 R 13 0. Walls Below Grade,Below Grade Wall C 1 140 NR C 1 140 NR C 1 140 NR. Mass U 0 107 R 6 3 c i U 0 087 R 8 3 c i U 0 322 NR. Steel Joist U 0 052 R 19 0 U 0 052 R 19 0 U 0 069 R 13 0. Wood Framed and Other U 0 051 R 19 0 U 0 033 R 30 0 U 0 066 R 13 0. Slab On Grade Floors,Unheated F 0 730 NR F 0 730 NR F 0 730 NR. Heated F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in. Opaque Doors,Swinging U 0 700 U 0 700 U 0 700,Nonswinging U 1 450 U 0 500 U 1 450.
Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max. Fenestration,Max U SHGC Max U SHGC Max U SHGC,Vertical Glazing 0 40 of Wall. Nonmetal framing all bc U 0 75 U 0 75 U 1 20,Metal framing. U 0 70 U 0 70 U 1 20, curtainwall storefront cd SHGC 0 25 all SHGC 0 25 all SHGC NR all. Metal framing entrance door cd U 1 10 U 1 10 U 1 20. Metal framing all other cd U 0 75 U 0 75 U 1 20,Skylight with Curb Glass of Roof. 0 2 0 all 1 98 SHGC,all 0 36 U,all 1 98 SHGC,all 0 19 U.
all 1 98 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all 1 98 SHGC,all 0 19 U,all 1 98 SHGC. all 0 19 U,all 1 98 SHGC,Skylight with Curb Plastic of Roof. 0 2 0 all 1 90 SHGC,all 0 39 U,all 1 90 SHGC,all 0 27 U. all 1 90 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all 1 90 SHGC,all 0 34 U,all 1 90 SHGC. all 0 27 U,all 1 90 SHGC,Skylight without Curb All of Roof.
0 2 0 Uall 1 36 SHGCall 0 36 Uall 1 36 SHGCall 0 19 Uall 1 36 SHGCall NR. 2 1 5 0 Uall 1 36 SHGCall 0 19 Uall 1 36 SHGCall 0 19 Uall 1 36 SHGCall NR. The following definitions apply c i continuous insulation see Section 3 2 NR no insulation requirement. When using R value compliance method a thermal spacer block is required otherwise use the U factor compliance method See Table A2 3. abException to Section A3 1 3 1 applies, Nonmetal framing includes framing materials other than metal with or without metal reinforcing or cladding. Metal framing includes metal framing with or without thermal break The all other subcategory includes operable windows fixed windows and non entrance doors. ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum g to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007 11. TABLE 5 5 3 Building Envelope Requirements For Climate Zone 3 A B C. Nonresidential Residential Semiheated, Opaque Elements Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation. Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value. Insulation Entirely above Deck U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 173 R 5 0 c i. a U 0 065 R 19 0 U 0 065 R 19 0,Metal Building U 0 097 R 10 0. U 0 055 R 13 0 R 13 0 U 0 055 R 13 0 R 13 0, Attic and Other U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 053 R 19 0. Walls Above Grade, Mass U 0 123 R 7 6 c i U 0 104 R 9 5 c i U 0 580 NR.
U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 184 R 6 0,Metal Building. U 0 084 R 19 0 U 0 084 R 19 0 U 0 113 R 13 0, Steel Framed U 0 084 R 13 0 R 3 8 c i U 0 064 R 13 0 R 7 5 c i U 0 124 R 13 0. Wood Framed and Other U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 089 R 13 0. Walls Below Grade,Below Grade Wall C 1 140 NR C 1 140 NR C 1 140 NR. Mass U 0 107 R 6 3 c i U 0 087 R 8 3 c i U 0 322 NR. Steel Joist U 0 052 R 19 0 U 0 052 R 19 0 U 0 069 R 13 0. Wood Framed and Other U 0 051 R 19 0 U 0 033 R 30 0 U 0 066 R 13 0. Slab On Grade Floors,Unheated F 0 730 NR F 0 730 NR F 0 730 NR. Heated F 0 900 R 10 for 24 in F 0 900 R 10 for 24 in F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in. Opaque Doors,Swinging U 0 700 U 0 700 U 0 700,Nonswinging U 1 450 U 0 500 U 1 450.
Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max. Fenestration,Max U SHGC Max U SHGC Max U SHGC,Vertical Glazing 0 40 of Wall. Nonmetal framing all bc U 0 65 U 0 65 U 1 20,Metal framing. U 0 60 U 0 60 U 1 20, curtainwall storefront cd SHGC 0 25 all SHGC 0 25 all SHGC NR all. Metal framing entrance door U 0 90 U 0 90 U 1 20,Metal framing all other cd U 0 65 U 0 65 U 1 20. Skylight with Curb Glass of Roof,0 2 0 all 1 17 SHGC.
all 0 39 U,all 1 17 SHGC,all 0 36 U,all 1 98 SHGC,U 1 17 SHGC 0 19 U 1 17 SHGC 0 19 U 1 98 SHGC. 2 1 5 0 all all all all all all NR,Skylight with Curb Plastic of Roof. 0 2 0 Uall 1 30 SHGCall 0 65 Uall 1 30 SHGCall 0 27 Uall 1 90 SHGCall NR. U 1 30 SHGC 0 34 U 1 30 SHGC 0 27 U 1 90 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all all all all all all NR. Skylight without Curb All of Roof, 0 2 0 Uall 0 69 SHGCall 0 39 Uall 0 69 SHGCall 0 36 Uall 1 36 SHGCall NR. 2 1 5 0 all 0 69 SHGC,all 0 19 U,all 0 69 SHGC,all 0 19 U.
all 1 36 SHGC, The following definitions apply c i continuous insulation see Section 3 2 NR no insulation requirement. aWhen using R value compliance method a thermal spacer block is required otherwise use the U factor compliance method See Table A2 3. Exception to Section A3 1 3 1 applies, Nonmetal framing includes framing materials other than metal with or without metal reinforcing or cladding. cdMetal framing includes metal framing with or without thermal break The all other subcategory includes operable windows fixed windows and non entrance doors. 12 ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum g to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007. TABLE 5 5 4 Building Envelope Requirements For Climate Zone 4 A B C. Nonresidential Residential Semiheated, Opaque Elements Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation Assembly Insulation. Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value Maximum Min R Value. Insulation Entirely above Deck U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 048 R 20 0 c i U 0 173 R 5 0 c i. U 0 065 R 19 0 U 0 065 R 19 0,Metal Buildinga U 0 097 R 10 0. U 0 055 R 13 0 R 13 0 U 0 055 R 13 0 R 13 0, Attic and Other U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 027 R 38 0 U 0 053 R 19 0.
Walls Above Grade, Mass U 0 104 R 9 5 c i U 0 090 R 11 4 c i U 0 580 NR. U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 113 R 13 0 U 0 134 R 10 0,Metal Building. U 0 084 R 19 0 U 0 084 R 19 0 U 0 113 R 13 0, Steel Framed U 0 064 R 13 0 R 7 5 c i U 0 064 R 13 0 R 7 5 c i U 0 124 R 13 0. Wood Framed and Other U 0 089 R 13 0 U 0 064 R 13 0 R 3 8 c i U 0 089 R 13 0. Walls Below Grade, Below Grade Wall C 1 140 NR C 0 119 R 7 5 c i C 1 140 NR. Mass U 0 087 R 8 3 c i U 0 074 R 10 4 c i U 0 137 R 4 2 c i. Steel Joist U 0 038 R 30 0 U 0 038 R 30 0 U 0 069 R 13 0. Wood Framed and Other U 0 033 R 30 0 U 0 033 R 30 0 U 0 066 R 13 0. Slab On Grade Floors, Unheated F 0 730 NR F 0 540 R 10 for 24 in F 0 730 NR.
Heated F 0 860 R 15 for 24 in F 0 860 R 15 for 24in F 1 020 R 7 5 for 12 in. Opaque Doors,Swinging U 0 700 U 0 700 U 0 700,Nonswinging U 1 500 U 0 500 U 1 450. Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max Assembly Assembly Max. Fenestration,Max U SHGC Max U SHGC Max U SHGC,Vertical Glazing 0 40 of Wall. Nonmetal framing all bc U 0 40 U 0 40 U 1 20,Metal framing. U 0 50 U 0 50 U 1 20, curtainwall storefront cd SHGC 0 40 all SHGC 0 40 all SHGC NR all. Metal framing entrance door cd U 0 85 U 0 85 U 1 20. Metal framing all other cd U 0 55 U 0 55 U 1 20,Skylight with Curb Glass of Roof.
0 2 0 all 1 17 SHGC,all 0 49 U,all 0 98 SHGC,all 0 36 U. all 1 98 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all 1 17 SHGC,all 0 39 U,all 0 98 SHGC. all 0 19 U,all 1 98 SHGC,Skylight with Curb Plastic of Roof. 0 2 0 all 1 30 SHGC,all 0 65 U,all 1 30 SHGC,all 0 62 U. all 1 90 SHGC,2 1 5 0 all 1 30 SHGC,all 0 34 U,all 1 30 SHGC.
all 0 27 U,all 1 90 SHGC,Skylight without Curb All of Roof. 0 2 0 Uall 0 69 SHGCall 0 49 Uall 0 58 SHGCall 0 36 Uall 1 36 SHGCall NR. 2 1 5 0 Uall 0 69 SHGCall 0 39 Uall 0 58 SHGCall 0 19 Uall 1 36 SHGCall NR. The following definitions apply c i continuous insulation see Section 3 2 NR no insulation requirement. When using R value compliance method a thermal spacer block is required otherwise use the U factor compliance method See Table A2 3. abException to Section A3 1 3 1 applies, Nonmetal framing includes framing materials other than metal with or without metal reinforcing or cladding. Metal framing includes metal framing with or without thermal break The all other subcategory includes operable windows fixed windows and non entrance doors. ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Addendum g to ANSI ASHRAE IESNA Standard 90 1 2007 13.

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