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Post-Fire Smoke Exhaust Requirements

Discussion in 'Commercial Mechanical Codes' started by Josh Koci, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. Msradell

    Msradell Sawhorse

    Jul 23, 2011
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    If they aren't using them on a regular basis and they are creating a sound problem or using energy. You just leave them where they are and don't use them you're not going to incur additional cost by removing them nor cause a potential code problem in the future. I really don't see any justification for removing them. It sounds like it's just something that the building owners want to do without any true reason.

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