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Hey Ed, What’s the Smallest Size Room That Requires a Supply?


In This Edition of “Hey Ed,” Ed Discusses What’s the Smallest Size Room That Requires a Supply

Hey Ed, what's the smallest size room that requires a supply? That's an excellent question and I think it's been asked as of late and I'll be very blunt. I can't remember if it's going in manual D or manual J and if I had a guess and that's what I'm doing right now. I believe it's in manual D when it gets updated in this next cycle and the number that was chosen was 300 square feet and that's the way I see it. Btus. Damn it. 300 BTUs and that's the way I see it.

In This Edition of “Hey Ed,” Ed Discusses What’s the Smallest Size Room That Requires a Supply

Ed Janowiak is the Manager of HVAC Design Education at ACCA.


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