ANSI/AMCA Standard 610-06 (R2012)-Laboratory Methods of Testing Airflow Measurement Stations (AMS) for Performance Rating
Arlington Heights, IL USA - The Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA). AMCA Standard 610-06 (R2012) – Laboratory Methods of Testing Airflow Measurement Stations for Performance Rating was approved with no significant changes from the 2006 version. This standard was reaffirmed by the membership on June 24, 2011, and approved by the American National Standard on February 3, 2012
This publication covers field-installed airflow measurement stations for heating, ventilating and air conditioning applications. The purpose of this standard is to establish uniform test methods for the determination of the performance characteristics and accuracy of airflow measurement stations under varied airflow rates and conditions.
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