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APPLICATION MANUAL - .KWIK-WAY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING SIZING SHEET = = FIGURE 1.1: KWIK-WAY HEATING

May 18, 2019

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APPLICATION MANUALFor Central Air Conditioning

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SpacePak provides the Kwik-Way Heating & AirConditioning sizing sheet (see Figure 1.1) to help dealerscalculate the heat gain and/or heat loss of a structure toassure maximum comfort for the occupants. The form iseasy to use; provides an accurate analysis; and is essen-tial for sizing the structure and selecting the appropriateSpacePak equipment.

The Kwik-Way form also provides a room-by-room analy-sis for selecting the appropriate number of air outlets andbalancing orifices for each room. Proper system balanc-ing is the key to proper system operation.

The small amount of time that is spent in designing theSpacePak system will result in a satisfied customerevery time. We have provided a number of extremelyimportant guidelines in this application manual involvingthe air distribution system design, such as static pres-sures, plenum duct and supply tubing runs, and locationof room outlets.

We recommend reviewing these guidelines carefully, asthey are intended to save time on the job, help obtain thebest possible installation, and provide continuous, trou-ble-free operation.

SECTION 1: EQUIPMENT SELECTION JOB ESTIMATING & SYSTEM DESIGN

Before equipment can be selected for an installation, it isimperative that the heat gain (for cooling) and/or the heatloss (for heating) be calculated for the home or businessin which the Space Pak system will be installed to assuremaximum comfort for the occupants.

Prior to performing your calculations, complete a floorplan of the structure, such as the one shown in Figure1.2, which contains the following measurements (all ofwhich can be rounded off to the nearest foot):

1. Square footage (length x width) of each room.

2. Linear feet of exposed (outside) wall in each room. Ifmore than one exposed wall in each room, add thelengths together. If the wall has two different kinds ofconstruction (part brick, part frame), measure each sec-tion as though it were a separate wall. If the wall is par-tially above grade and more than 3-feet below grade,measure each section as though it were a separate wall.If there is an open stairway alongside an exposed wall,the entire wall area (all the way to the ceiling of the sec-ond floor) is to be added to the first floor.

3. Ceiling height in each room.

DINING ROOM306 Sq. Ft.

FAMILYROOM

216 Sq. Ft.

KITCHEN198 Sq. Ft.

BED. 4216 Sq. Ft.

BED. 3180 Sq. Ft.

BED. 2210 Sq. Ft.

BED. 1357 Sq. Ft.

LIVING ROOM580 Sq. Ft.

GARAGEBATH

126 Sq. Ft.

65'

38'

3'x7' 3'x4' 3'x4'

3'x4'3'x4'3'x4'

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FIGURE 1.2: FLOOR PLAN EXAMPLE

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4. Square footage of partitions the walls between aconditioned and unconditioned area (such as a livingroom and attache