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11' - 1"

16' - 6"

24' - 10 3/4"

14' - 6"

10' - 6"

12' - 6"

" -6

21' - 2"

' 15

1

" -1

UP

11' - 0"

UP

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26' - 6"

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT Due to the fact that a VRF system is sued, there is minimal vertical chase space needed. The majority of the chase space needed is devoted to the DOAS system with minimal space required for refrigerant piping.

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Building Management Panel Telephone Equipment Board 480/277V Bus Duct for other Floors

12

8’-0”

Building Management Panel Telephone Equipment Board Disconnect Switch Mounted High on Bus Duct 480/277V Bus Duct for other Floors 480/277V Bus Duct Disconnect Switch Mounted Low on Bus Duct

2

0

4

Typical Tenant Electrical Room

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2

0

4

12

Typical Prime Electrical Room

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Typical Mechanical Room

6’-6”

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4

6’-6”

480-208/ 120V Transformer

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0

480-208/ 120V Transformer

480/277V Bus Duct

Refrigerant Piping From Main Mechanical room to Branch Controller

2

400A/208/120V 3P, 4W Circuit Breaker Panel

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Branch Controller

600A Disconnect Switch

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Waterless Heater Refrigerant Piping to Each VRF Unit

200A/208/120V 3P, 4W Circuit Breaker Panel

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Removable Panel to access duct and piping

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" -1

One of two main vertical ducts that supply fresh air to each VRF

Disconnect Switch with Meter Typical of 6

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/4" 13

9'

UP

/4" 13

26' - 6"

' 21

-1 9'

11' - 0"

' 21

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DN

A 110

Integrated Design Competition Drawing Set  

Drawing set from Kent State University's Integrated Design Competition Spring 2013- Third place winner

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