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Using resistance tables of ITM parts.
« on: Aug 04, 2023, 00:20:04 AM »
Anyone  familiar with resistance tables, and if they can be manipulated to do other things like Seay I wanted to put in a table for pressure testing. Could they be used to give you the leakage factor or CFM’s per 100sqft. On a project that uses SMACNA standards or if you had a percentage project it could give you the factor. I think they might be able to handle this but not for sure if I should waste my time or not.

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Re: Using resistance tables of ITM parts.
« Reply #1 on: Aug 04, 2023, 15:11:42 PM »
For the leakage factor, that can be done with reports since it is based on the square footage of the ductwork.  Select the duct group when running the report.
Ken Taylor - Atlantic Constructors, Inc
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