|Edition Number:||1||SCC Approved:||--|
|Edition Date:||2014-02-14||DOD Approved:||--|
|Price Code:||A||ANSI Approved:||--|
1.1 These requirements apply to indoor air quality systems of the ozone generating type intended for commercial/industrial applications and intended for permanent connection within the air handling system. Sensors/detectors are provided but are not integrated with the system control. The sensors/detectors provide electrical feedback to the system control, regarding monitored ozone. The system control responds by adjusting or shutting down system operation and intended to monitor accumulated ozone below regulatory limits. These products are rated 600 volts or less and are intended to be employed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, and all applicable indoor air quality regulations.
1.2 These requirements do not cover:
a) Portable indoor air quality systems;
b) Indoor air quality systems intended for use in hospitality and institutional applications having sleeping quarters, such as hotel guest rooms, nursing homes, dormitories, etc.;
c) Indoor air quality systems intended for healthcare applications;
d) Indoor air quality systems intended for installation in other than tertiary educational institutions. Exclusion includes preschool, primary and secondary educational institutions;
e) Indoor air quality systems relying on RF or other wireless transmission of signals between devices;
f) Primary or secondary battery operated equipment;
g) Emergency signaling equipment as addressed in Standards such as, but not limited to UL 2075, UL 2017, UL 268, UL 864, NFPA 72 and NFPA 720;
h) Product performance and/or effectiveness in the management of indoor air quality
i) Sensors/detectors for other than ozone monitoring; and
j) Indoor air quality system employing UV lamps.
1.3 The equipment shall comply with the applicable requirements in the Standard for Electrostatic Air Cleaners, UL 867, in addition to the requirements contained within this outline.