Synopses & Reviews
For the most current mechanical codes that address the design and installation of the most current mechanical systems, use the 2009 International Mechanical Code. Designed to provide comprehensive regulations for mechanical systems and equipment, it includes coverage of HVAC, exhaust systems, chimneys and vents, ducts, appliances, boilers, water heaters, refrigerators, hydronic piping, and solar systems. This valuable reference uses prescriptive- and performance- related provisions to establish minimum regulations for a variety of systems.
LOOSE-LEAF VERSION: The 2006 International Mechanical Code?is designed to provide up-to-date mechanical code addressing the design and installation of mechanical systems that emphasize performance. It comprehensively regulates mechanical systems and equipment including HVAC, exhaust systems, chimneys and vents, ducts, appliances, boilers, water heaters, refrigerators, hydronic piping, and solar systems. The 2006 edition establishes minimum regulations for mechanical systems using prescriptive- and performance-related provisions.
About the Author
ICC is a leading organization dedicated to developing a single set of comprehensive and coordinated national model construction codes. 48 states have adopted various International Codes from ICC.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Scope and Administration. Chapter 2 Definitions. Chapter 3 General Regulations. Chapter 4 Ventilation. Chapter 5 Exhaust Systems. Chapter 6 Duct Systems. Chapter 7 Combustion Air. Chapter 8 Chimneys and Vents. Chapter 9 Specific Appliances, Fireplaces and Solid Fuel-burning Appliances. Chapter 10 Boilers,Water Heaters and Pressure Vessels. Chapter 11 Refrigeration. Chapter 12 Hydronic Piping. Chapter 13 Fuel Oil Piping and Storage. Chapter 14 Solar Systems. Chapter 15 Referenced Standards.