Online educational resource on achieving indoor environmental quality with radiant based HVAC systems
Not for profit educational resource on indoor environmental quality.
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Fundamentals of indoor environmental quality / thermal comfort and air quality solutions using radiant based HVAC

Heating, Cooling and Ventilation Load Calculation Assessment (typically 32 page report for 9 zone system)
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Project Cover Page
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Drawing 1. Zone layout and interconnecting in-ground distribution piping
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Drawing 2. Main house piping schematic
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Drawing 3. Guest house and garage piping schematic
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Drawing 4. Main house basement radiant heating tube layout
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Drawing 5. Main house, first floor radiant cooling and heating tube layout
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Drawing 6. Main house second floor radiant cooling and heating tube layout
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Drawing 7. Garage radiant heating and guest house radiant heating and cooling tube layouts
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Drawing 8.   Typical architectural/mechanical interfaces for radiant floors and ceilings
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Drawing 9. Typical architectural/mechanical interfaces for radiant walls
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Drawing 10. Typical radiant heating and cooling pipe installation specifications
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Drawing 11. Kitchen exhaust & make up air, space ventilation, filtration, dehumidification, humidification systems
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Drawing 12. Main house basement ducting and piping layout
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Drawing 13. Main house first floor ducting and piping layout
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Drawing 14. Main house second floor ducting and piping layout
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Drawing 15. Guest house first and second floor ducting and piping layout
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Drawing 16. Main house mechanical room

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Drawing 17. Guest house mechanical room and domestic water heaters for main house and guest house

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Drawing 18. Equipment list, make, model, size and power requirements.

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Drawing 19. Equipment list, make, model, size and power requirements.

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Drawing 20. Controls: Inputs and outputs, controlled devices c/w five page control sequence description.

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Drawing 21. Main house control system

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Drawing 22. Guest house control systems

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Drawing 23. Piping schematic and major equipment system layout

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Drawing 24. Ducting schematic and major equipment system layout

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Professional Service Rates:

Indoor Climate Consulting Inc. rates are in-line with professional engineering and technologist fees based on a E3/C to E5/E and T3 to T7 classification as identified by The Consulting Engineers of Alberta in the document tilted, “Consulting Engineers Rate Guideline”.

Should you wish to discuss your project with us please contact us first via email and let us know about your project and expectations.

Sincerely,

Robert Bean, R.E.T., P.L.(Eng.)
President, Indoor Climate Consultants Inc.
Director, www.healthyheating.com
Registered Engineering Technologist - Building construction (ASET #8167)
Professional Licensee – Mechanical engineering (APEGA #105894)

Disclaimer/Terms of Use:

Indoor Climate Consultants Inc. has prepared these illustrations and specifications for internal use. The information contained within reflects best judgment in light of the information available at the time of preparation. Any use which a second or third party makes of these documents, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on the documents, are the responsibility of such parties. Indoor Climate Consultants Inc. accepts no responsibility for damages, if any suffered by individuals or firms as a result of decisions made or actions taken based on these documents. These illustrations exclusively owned by the original author, are strictly limited for the purpose of illustrating the general layout, assembly and installation of equipment for Radiant Based HVAC Systems for residential structures and commercial building classifications A through E and F3, non hazardous, non explosion proof, restricted to four stories or less. These documents shall not be copied, reproduced, or altered by any means or method, nor shall it be distributed to any individual or companies without prior written authorization from the original author. All drawings and specifications are to be considered conceptual unless approved for construction by Robert Bean, R.E.T., P.L. (Eng.) for the specified client. Unless advised otherwise, any professional stamp placed on these documents relates to the general layout and assembly only.
 

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