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2004773 NEW! AMCA 208-18, Calculation of the Fan Energy Index
This standard defines the calculation method for the fan energy index (FEI), which is an energy efficiency metric for fans inclusive of motors and drives. This metric provides a standardized and consistent basis to compare fan energy performance across fan types and sizes at a given fan duty point.

Fan specifiers can use FEI to understand and communicate the fan efficiency design intent. Legislative or regulatory bodies can use FEI to define the energy efficiency requirements of fans.

The scope includes all fan and motor sizes and all applications, including fans with fan air performance based on tests in accordance with one of the following fan test standards: ANSI/AMCA Standard 210, ANSI/AMCA Standard 230, ANSI/AMCA Standard 250, ANSI/AMCA Standard 260, ISO 5801, or ISO 13350. All other fans are excluded (including air curtain units that are tested in accordance with ANSI/AMCA Standard 220).

1993044 NEW! AMCA 211-13 (Rev. 9-17), Certified Ratings Program - Product Rating Manual for Fan Air Performance
The purpose of this manual is to prescribe technical procedures to be used in connection with the AMCA Certified Ratings Program for fan air performance.

Products that can be licensed by AMCA to bear the AMCA certified ratings seal are those defined in ANSI/AMCA Standard 99, Section 0068; ISO 13349 and IEC 60335-2-80 and are within the product scope of AMCA International.

The program applies only to fans and axial impellers.

1951237 NEW! AMCA 501-17, Louver Application Manual and Design Guide
This publication outlines the application of louvers, including selection for pressure drop, air leakage, water penetration and sound reduction. Examples of louver selection are included. "System Effects," An important section in this publication, should not be overlooked when applying performance data (see Section 7). For information on testing, see Section 6.1; for information on certified ratings, see Section 6.2.

Common industry practices in louver construction, mounting and suggested fastening methods for typical structures have been included to assist the installer.

1949776 NEW! AMCA 207-17, Fan System Efficiency and Fan System Input Power
The scope of this standard includes all electric motor driven fan systems that use a specific combination of components as defined below:

1. Fan airflow performance tested in accordance with ANSI/AMCA Standard 210 [1] ANSI/AMCA Standard 230 [2], ANSI/AMCA Standard 260 [3] or ISO Standard 5801 [4] or rated in accordance with AMCA Publication 211 [5].

2. Polyphase induction motors within the scope of EPCA [6], IEC 60034-30-1 [7], or GB 18613 [8]. Other types of motors are explicitly excluded.

3. Pulse-width modulated variable frequency drives (VFDs).

4. Mechanical power transmissions that use V-belts, synchronous belts, or flexible couplings.

1949572 NEW! AMCA 200-95 (R2011), Air Systems
This publication is intended to provide basic information needed to design effective and energy efficient air systems.In those cases where the system handles a gas other than air, the design data must be modified to allow for the different physical properties of the gas being used.



1133885 NEW! AMCA 201-02 (R2011), Fans and Systems
This part of the AMCA Fan Application Manual includes general information about how fans are tested in the laboratory, and how their performance ratings are calculated and published. It also reviews some of the more important reasons for the "loss" of fan performance that may occur when the fan is installed in an actual system.

Allowances, called System Effect Factors (SEF), are also given in this part of the manual. SEF must be taken into account by the system design engineer if a reasonable estimate of fan/system performance is to be determined.



23026 NEW! AMCA 203-90 (R2011), Field Performance Measurement of Fan Systems
The recommendations and examples in this publication may be applied to all types of centrifugal, axial, and mixed flow fans in ducted or nonducted installations used for heating, ventilating, air conditioning, mechanical draft, industrial process, exhaust, conveying, drying, air cleaning, dust collection, etc. Although the word air is used when reference is made in the general sense to the medium being handled by the fan, gases other than air are included in the scope of this publication.

Measurement of sound, vibration, and stress levels are not within the scope of this publication.



1947831 NEW! AMCA 202-17, Troubleshooting
AMCA 202-17 covers both new and existing fan installations. It covers aerodynamic performance as well as noise, vibration and mechanical issues.



1939078 AMCA 311-16, Certified Ratings Program Product Rating Manual for Fan Sound Performance
The purpose of this manual is to prescribe/establish definitions and specifications to be used in connection with the AMCA Certified Ratings Program for the sound performance of fans.



1938749 AMCA 211-13 (Rev. 10-16), Certified Ratings Program - Product Rating Manual for Fan Air Performance
The purpose of this manual is to prescribe technical procedures to be used in connection with the AMCA Certified Ratings Program for fan air performance.


1926959 AMCA 210-16, Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans for Certified Aerodynamic Performance Rating
This standard establishes uniform test methods for a laboratory test of a fan or other air moving device to determine its aerodynamic performance in terms of airflow rate, pressure developed, power consumption, air density, speed of rotation and efficiency for rating or guarantee purposes.
1936916 AMCA 99-16, Standards Handbook
AMCA 99-16 serves as a collection of information that can be used in the development of other AMCA documents.
1929310 AMCA 11-16, Certified Ratings Program Operating Manual
The purpose of the AMCA International Certified Ratings Program (CRP) is to provide the buyer, user and specifier assurance that the manufacturer's published performance ratings of air system components are reliable, accurate and in compliance with applicable national and international standards. 
1913102 AMCA 600-16, Application Manual for Airflow Measurement Stations
The purpose of this document is to help avoid problems associated with misapplied or incorrectly installed AMSs. Problems may include incorrect location, inappropriate measurement range, mismatched accompanying instrumentation and an AMS incompatible with intended application.

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