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2016 brought a new model of the Sirocco stove fan, the Sirocco Plus. As the name suggests, the Sirocco Plus is the very same as the Sirocco original plus the addition of a Vertical Mounting Kit . Pipe size typically influences high air flow more than fan size. In the chart below the maximum airflow is given for 3″ and 4″ piping depending upon the length of pipe and the type of fan that is used. Note that an RP140 fan connected to 4″ piping will move as much air as an HP220 can move through a 3″ pipe. Every PVC fitting has an airflow resistance that is approximately equal to the footage given in the table below. For example each 4″ 90 degree sweep elbow adds the equivalent of 6 feet of straight pipe resistance while a 4″ 90 degree sharp edged elbow adds 15 feet of equivalent straight pipe resistance. Each of those 90 degree hard turn offsets add an extra 42 feet of equivalent piping versus using sweep 90 degree turns. As an example, the resistance of one 90 degree elbow is often calculated as having the same resistance as 6 feet of piping. In reality a 90 degree elbow can have significantly less resistance than 6 feet and dramatically more than 6 feet depending on the shape of the elbow and the velocity of the air moving through the piping.
Detail showing connection of a radon vent stack to an existing basement slab. Use the Friction Chart to look up the pressure loss per 100 ft of duct. For example, if two elbows occur 4 feet from one another this configuration will have a pressure loss associated with it. This example will clearly show that the fan must be selected to handle a much greater static pressure than specified. The motor BHP and fan RPM can then be matched on the fan performance curve to approximate airflow. If you know one (CFM, S.P.) point of a system you could use Fan Law 2 to determine the static pressure for other flow rates. A balloon blown up with air is a similar case in which there is only static pressure. It is convenient to calculate pressures in ducts using as a base an atmospheric pressure of zero. Mostly positive pressures occur in supply ducts and negative pressures occur in exhaust/return ducts; however, there are cases when negative pressures occur in a supply duct as a result of fitting effects.
Most stove fans start when the stove is at a temperature of 65 degrees C. A variety of solutions have been put forth, but in most cases, the power supply became the hindrance. That’s definitely well beyond tolerance for most batteries. Your local building codes may mandate that all bathrooms must have an exhaust fan, and may also require fans to meet a certain minimum exhaust capacity as well as other requirements. It’s important to check with your local permitting department. Most of these systems will require a vertical ventilation pipe. See the Scope and Description tabs of this guide to learn more about why, where, and how this pipe can be installed.
Another complicating factor in induced-draft systems is the condensate that comes when pulling air through moist compost. Allow some means for draining it from the piping or ducting coming from the blower. This can consist of a drainpipe with a valve affixed to it in each low spot in the piping. If the pipe is small enough in diameter, it can be run into the side of a 55-gallon drum, near the bottom, and exit on the other side, near the top. Place a sump pump with a float switch inside the drum to remove condensate that collects. An interesting option offered by a few companies for the pile piping is a prefabricated product that has pipe with properly sized orifices already in it. This type of aeration floor, supplied by BuildWorks, is being installed at an ASP retrofit project for the Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District in Layton, Utah. Typically, one blower serves each ASP; in an induced draft system, several blower outputs may be piped to a manifold, which then goes to one biofilter.
If you didn’t, the consequences could be disastrous, and definitely more than customers would be willing to live with. Thanks to refinements in inventions based on 19th century science, however, and vast economies of scale, TEG modules and miniature Stirling engines proved ideal for use in modern stove fans. Most exhaust fans have a simple and discrete grate, but others have more elaborate or noticeable designs. You may want to find one that fits with the style of your bathroom. This model from NuTone’s InVent series provides 110 CFM to provide abundant air movement combined with a soft surround LED light you can wire separately or together with the fan. Usually located near the manifold, the blower can be bolted to a concrete pedestal or left unattached so it can be moved around as needed. While this can offer some advantages, it also adds to piping lengths, increasing costs and pressure losses and subsequent energy use. When piping to a blower, try to have straight piping sections of at least four times the wheel diameter in length at the inlet and outlet to allow the airflow to fully develop. (in the example in Figure 1, the pressure blower had a wheel diameter of 24 inches, so at least 96 inches of straight piping is preferred).
Allow for a 1 to 2 foot distance between the AD-1 and the stove when mounting. Temperature around the electrical box and motor must not exceed 104° F. Speed control or motor damage may result from radiant heat if mounted too close to stove. The Auto-Draft requires a straight section of single wall stove pipe for installation. You must maintain an 18″ clearance from combustibles to the AD-1 housing. Refer to NFPA #211 for further information. For the problem of the exterior vent icing up, 70°F interior air at 25% relative humidity will condense at 33°F, so there is going to be condensation in cold weather. Ft. per minute, and air at 80°F and 80% relative humidity, as you might have when taking a nice steamy shower, you’re creating almost 3⁄4 cup of condensate during a 10-minute shower when it’s 25° outside. A straight swap, AC to DC, will reduce electrical consumption by 50% but applying Demand and Occupancy dependent fan speed control can take the savings to as much as 80%. In areas of the world where there are legally enforceable energy efficiency requirements for Fan Coils , DC Fan Coil Units are rapidly becoming the only choice. DC motors allow the speed of the fans within a Fan Coil Unit to be controlled by means of a 0-10 Volt input ‘Signal’ to the motor/s, the transformers and speed switches associated with AC Fan Coils are not required.
The Pipe Fan is designed to mount on a joist inside an attic or crawl space. As a result, airflow is directed to otherwise inaccessible areas. The fan addresses “dead” spaces in the crawl space or attic by increasing air flow to areas that would not otherwise get ventilation from intake and exhaust fans. This often happens in homes where decks, porches or garages create “dead” corners in the crawl space or where attics are separated. Whereas the VAV system is maintaining a constant SAT of around 55 degF at all times, and reheating this air in the zones that need heat. This could explain why the heating load is much higher, because the system is heating 55 degree air , instead of heating space air mixed with a little outdoor air. As for the cooling load being 20% higher, maybe the auto sized airflow rate of the system increased.