AMCA Approves Manual for AirflowMeasurement Stations

The Air Movement and Control Association International, Inc. (AMCA) International) announced that AMCA Publication 611-10, Certified Ratings Program - Product Rating Manual for Airflow Measurement Stations, was approved by the AMCA International membership on May 2, 2010.

AMCA 611-10 prescribes and establishes procedures to be used in the development and publication of certified performance ratings for airflow measurement stations. Certified ratings provide assurance to the buyer, user, and specifier that the manufacturer’s published performance ratings for airflow measurement stations are repeatable; information on how the product was tested; what appurtenances (accessories or optional equipment) were accounted for in the ratings; and other pertinent information.

The AMCA 611-10 program applies to products or systems that output either analog electronic (E) or non-electronic (NE) signals. A non–electronic output is considered analog differential pressure, which requires additional hardware to convert differential pressure to an electronic signal. Related Publications and Standards; AMCA Publication 11 / Damper Application Manual for Heating/Ventilating, and Air Conditioning; AMCA Publication 600 / Application Manual for Airflow Measurement Stations; ANSI/AMCA Standard 610 / Laboratory Methods of Testing Airflow Measurement Stations for Performance Rating.

To order publications visit amca.org or for further information regarding the AMCA Certified Ratings Program, contact Tim Orris at AMCA International at 847-394-0150 or [email protected]

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