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International Mechanical Code Change Recognizes Dry Coil Use in Chilled Beam Design

Related Standards

Related Standard 1240
Standard 1240 Scope
This standard applies to Active Chilled Beams as defined in Section 3, including Multi-service Active Chilled Beams and Room Air Induction Units. This standard does not apply to Active Chilled Beams employing volatile-refrigerant coils, condensing coils, or steam coils. This standard does not apply to Passive Chilled Beams.
Related Standard 1241
Standard 1241 Scope
This standard applies to Active Chilled Beams as defined in Section 3, including Multi-service Active Chilled Beams and Room Air Induction Units. This standard does not apply to Active Chilled Beams employing volatile-refrigerant coils, condensing coils, or steam coils. This standard does not apply to Passive Chilled Beams.

Section Scope

A chilled beam is a terminal unit positioned in, above, or under a ceiling which includes an element or coil that conditions air convectively using a natural (passive — cooling only) or inducted (active — heating and/or cooling) air flow.