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Bob's HouseBob's House - A case study for understanding the residential HVAC design process as described in the ACCA residential technical manuals.

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Duct Calculation Slide RuleOne of our most popular catalog items! This durable two-sided plastic sizing wheel comes with a complete instruction manual for residential and commercial duct-sizing procedures.

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Manual B - Balancing and Testing Air and Hydronic SystemsACCA Manual B - Balancing and Testing Air and Hydronic Systems is designed to help test and balance technicians balance HVAC equipment in an order that speeds up and improves the balancing process.

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Manual D® - Residential Duct SystemsThe ANSI-recognized national standard for residential HVAC duct design will help you design a duct system in less time.

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Manual H - Heat Pump SystemsManual H gives you a one-stop reference on residential and small commercial heat pump systems - basic principles, equipment, installation, operation, applications and system design - with a wealth of step-by-step examples and design calculations (69 pages).

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Manual J Abridged EditionMJ8AE, an abridged version of the Eighth Edition of Manual J, provides complete instructions for estimating heat loss and heat gain for residential structures. MJ8AE is sufficient for learning the Manual J procedures and for undertaking hand calculations on a varied number of home applications.

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Manual J Residential Load Calculation (8th Edition - Full)Manual J 8th Edition is the national ANSI-recognized standard for producing HVAC equipment sizing loads for single-family detached homes, small multi-unit structures, condominiums, town houses, and manufactured homes. A proper load calculation, performed in accordance with the Manual J 8th Edition procedure, is required by national building codes and most state and local jurisdictions.

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Manual J, 7th EditionWith step-by-step examples, Manual J7 shows you how to calculate the heating and cooling loads of single-family detached homes, mobile homes, condos, townhouses, and apartment buildings.

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