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celsofortoul (Mechanical) (OP)
3 Oct 12 15:02
Hi all,

Does anyone have an elevator shaft pressurization drawing example? or any recomended book or code?

cdxx139 (Mechanical)
4 Oct 12 0:22
If the IBC is code in your district, it gives you the parameters required, although the latest code I believe has exceptions to requiring them for a high rise.

knowledge is power

stookeyfpe (Specifier/Regulator)
7 Oct 12 15:53
I just received the book and it's a well-written publication on the design of smoke control systems, including pressurization systems.

celsofortoul (Mechanical) (OP)
10 Oct 12 13:43
Thank a lot my friends.

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