E. Temperature Control Diagrams and Sequence of Operation for all HVAC
Sequence of operation shall be written on the drawings
alongside the control diagrams.
F. Flow and Control Diagrams for Chilled Water and Hot Water Systems.
Flow diagrams shall show the entire system on a single drawing.
G. Flow and Control Diagrams for Refrigeration Systems.
I. Riser Diagrams for chilled water, hot-water, drain, steam and
condensate and supply air, return air and exhaust air systems where
Required flow diagrams may eliminate the need for riser
J. Demolition of existing HVAC work, if applicable.
may be shown on new construction drawings.
requires drawings for demolition only.
K. Floor Plans 1/8" = 1'-0" showing Equipment, Piping and Ductwork.
L. Floor Plans 1/4" = 1'-0" and Sections for Mechanical Rooms.
M. Floor Plans 1/4" = 1'-0" of Mechanical Chases at each floor showing
ducts, dampers, piping and plumbing.
N. Sections shall be shown as required to clarify installation,
especially thru areas of possible conflict.
Show all the equipment
including plumbing and electrical.
O. Room numbers and names shall be shown on HVAC plans at every review
stage including any schematic submissions. Where there is
insufficient room on HVAC floor plans to show room names, rooms
numbers only may be shown on the floor plan with the room numbers and
names tabulated on the drawing.
7.3 EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES
A. Equipment Schedules shall be listed in the following order,
vertically, from left to right, to facilitate checking and future
reference. Trade names or manufacturers model numbers shall not be
conditions for the various occupancies)
3. Air Flow Measuring Devices
4. Air Handling Equipment
5. Air Separators
6. Chillers, Condensing Units, Air Cooled Condensers
8. Cooling Towers