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1106.3 Normal Operation
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A part of the refrigeration machinery room mechanical ventilation shall be in accordance with the following:
- Operated, where occupied, to supply not less than 0.5 cfm/ft2 (2.54 L/s/m2) of machinery room area or 20 cubic feet per minute (9.44 L/s) per person.
- Operable, where occupied at a volume required to not exceed the higher of a temperature rise of 18°F (10°C) above inlet air temperature or a maximum temperature of 122°F (50°C).
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