Facility Piping Systems Handbook

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Mcgraw-hill, 19 dic 2001 - 1200 pagine
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Plan, select, design, specify, and test entire piping systems

Facility Piping Systems Handbook, Second Edition, gives you a complete design guide and reference for all piping systems, including those in laboratories, and health care facilities. This new edition includes metric units throughout; updated codes and standards; and new material on flow level measurement, drinking water systems, septic systems, and hot water circulating systems. You’ll also find helpful material on pipe space requirements and fixture mounting heights. Complete with formulas, charts, and tables that increase your on-the-job efficiency, this all-in-one Handbook by Michael Frankel provides you with:

  • Techniques for selecting appropriate piping, valves, pumps, tanks, and other equipment involved with piping systems
  • Information on heat loss, insulation, freeze protection, water treatment and purification, and filtration and separation.
  • All necessary system design criteria
  • Examples of system design procedures using actual field conditions
  • Listings of FDA, EPA, and OSHA requirements

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Informazioni sull'autore (2001)

MICHAEL FRANKEL, CIPE, CPD, is President of Utility Systems Consultants, a mechanical and electrical consulting engineering firm. A graduate of the City University of New York with more than 44 years of experience, he is an oft-quoted and recognized authority in the field of plumbing and piping engineering.

A frequent lecturer and author, his articles have appeared primarily in PLUMBING ENGINEER, the journal of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE), and he serves as a member of the editorial advisory board. He has contributed to several handbooks, including McGraw-Hill's PIPING HANDBOOK, now in its Sixth Edition.

Mr. Frankel is a faculty member of CUNY, teaching extension division courses in plumbing design and specification writing. He is a member of ASPE and former president of the New Jersey chapter. He is Certified in Plumbing Engineering (CIPE) and Certified in Plumbing Design (CPD) by ASPE. In addition, he is ASPE code liaison to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and is a member of the Technical Committee on Piping Systems for NFPA-99 (Health Care Facilities).

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