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AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS AND FIRE PROTECTION.
FEDERAL FIRE COUNCIL WASHINGTON D C
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The Federal Fire Council Committee on Design Standards recognized the need for new ideas, different concepts and better dialogue on the problems existing in the air handling field. The result is this round table type conference so that participants from the audience may enter their thoughts. The panel members were carefully selected to represent the several disciplines involved with air handling systems. This conference considered the field of air handling with the primary thought toward life safety and secondary purpose as the preservation of property. Participants were asked to avoid specific problem questions and to enter the discussions without reference to existing codes. Author
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