BS EN 13779:2007 Ventilation for non-residential buildings - Performance requirements for ventilation and room-conditioning systems (incorporating corrigendum May 2014) (Withdrawn)

Publication Year
2007

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Abstract

Provides design guidelines for ventilation and room-conditioning systems in non-residential buildings. Looks at the mechanical supply and exhaust ventilation systems and mechanical elements of hybrid ventilation systems, concentrating on principles, characteristics, requirements, operation and maintenance aspects.


Document History

Superseded by BS EN 16798-3:2017. Supersedes BS EN 13779:2004. See National foreword for information relating to use of this standard if there is a conflict with existing national regulations. Amendment dated 31 May 2014 - Correction to Table A.2 parts 1-8.


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